Youth and Community

Youth and community programs at PCYC Redcliffe

Bicycle Education and Safety Training

Our Bicycle Education and Safety Training is designed to be challenging, educational, rewarding and enjoyable. The programme has been designed to accommodate Year 4 to 6 students.

The programme involves a three step process:

Step 1: Our road safety instructors will visit your school to introduce themselves and talk to your children about general road safety, which lasts approximately one hour. This step usually involves a Police Officer accompanying our trained staff.

Step 2: The students attend the Redcliffe PCYC facility, where our trained instructors deliver a programme supported by our Police Officers. The programme aims to improve the students bicycle skills and most importantly teach road rules & safety.

Step 3: Your students demonstrate their new abilities and knowledge on our road simulation bicycle track, which has working traffic lights, street signs and markings; all within the safety of the PCYC fence line.

Bicycle Education & Safety Training is designed to highlight:

  • Safe bicycle riding
  • Scanning – Look, listen & think
  • Road sign identification and understanding
  • Road rules and regulations
  • Reaction time & stopping distance
  • Helmets & the importance of wearing them
  • Planning & reactive riding
  • Personal responsibility and legal obligations
  • Public transport safety
  • General road safety

Road Safety Education

Prep and Year 1: Little voices, big choices

Focus on pedestrian safety

Topics covered:

  • Road signs
  • Crossing the road
  • Passenger safety
  • Bicycle safety
  • Stop, drop and go

Year 2 and 3: Watching you, watching me

Focus on bus safety

Topics covered:

  • Bus safety
  • Crossing the road
  • Road signs
  • Safe journeys
  • Blind spots

Short practical exercises to practice following road rules at road signs

Project Booyah

Project Booyah, which translates to an expression for ‘joy, excitement or triumph’, is a police run leadership and mentor program that utilises adventure based learning, decision making/problem solving exercises, resilience training, policing strategies and family inclusive principles to help young people aged 15-16 years make better life choices!

RUBY (Rise Up, Be Yourself)

RUBY (Rise Up, Be Yourself) is a free physical fitness program for women who are, have been, or likely to be experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV).

Held weekly at the club, RUBY is designed to empower women by building physical strength and contributing to general well-being, emotional resilience, self-esteem and confidence through physical exercise in a violence free and safe environment. RUBY is a unique program allowing participants a different outlet and tools to combat the domestic violence cycle by fostering connected relationships with other women in a safe group environment.Each session is facilitated by a qualified, female group fitness instructor and a female member of the Queensland Police Service will also attend and participate weekly. RUBY can also link participants into existing local services for support, information, referrals and resources.