The number of pupils coming on bikes has soared since the school drafted a Travel Plan and installed safe storage space.
Before they can come to school on a bike, children and their parents have to sign up to a cyclist agreement.
This includes guidelines on how to stay safe and be sensible on a bike, how they can make sure they can be seen and how to keep their bikes secure.
Nine and ten year olds at the school have also been given practical, on- road training through Merseyside’s Bikeability scheme.
“The package of measures has really made a difference to the numbers coming on bikes,” said St Albert’s associate head, Lorraine McEvoy.
“We want as many children as possible to walk or cycle rather than come in a car, but people worry about safety.
“We make sure they know how to manage the roads so that pupils and their parents can have confidence to give it a go.”
Pictured is Ten year old Matthew Young who is part of a cycling success story at St Albert’s Primary in Stockbridge Village.