These resources are essential for participation. They are only available to schools approved by DPTI to participate in the current school year.
Note: Way2Go Bike Safety Check Cards will be provided on the day that Bike checks are being conducted.
Use the Cycle Instead Journey Planner website to plan safe bike riding routes to and from school
A series of brochures for parents that complement the teaching of Way2Go in participating schools. They are designed to take learning about safer, greener and more active travel into students' homes.
General overview of Way2Go program for parents, schools and councils
Hints and information for adults that include observation and discussion of roads. Driving hints for adults. Home activity for students and family F - 5
Hints for adults that include observation and discussion about road signs and signals. Driving hints for adults. Student home activity included. F - 5
Hints for adults re observations and discussion about visibility as a pedestrian and rider. Driving hints for adults. Student home activity. F – 5
Advice for adults to assist children to understand the behaviours of safe walking and crossing roads. Driver advice. Home activities. F – 5
Information for adults re the expectations of children under 8 years holding an adults hand for safety. Hints for drivers. Home activity F – 5
Hints for adults to reinforce the safest recommended crossing procedure. Driver hints and word search home activity. F – 5
Hints for adult to encourage active travel in the local neighbourhood reinforcing safe behaviours. Driving hints and local walking route planning as home activity. F – 5
Taking turns, use of safety door and using restraints. Hints for adults as teachers and drivers. A true or false quiz and design task for home activity. F - 5
Hints for adults to reinforce personal responsibility regarding others and behaving safely on public transport. Home activity includes local observation and a true or false quiz. F – 5
Hints for adults about purchasing and fitting helmets. Driving hints for adults. Home activity research re helmets. F – 5
Reinforces safe play and crossing behaviours. Hints for adults re driveways. Home activity includes local research and trip planning re safe play locations. F – 5
Information for adults re choosing the correct size of bicycle and maintaining it. Home activity includes bike record keeping in case of loss and maintenance pointers. F – 5
Rule information for adults and students re cycling. Home activity checklist. F – 5
Hints for adults to promote cycling, skating and scooting as healthy family activities. Home activity reinforces road rules. F – 5
Hints for adults to promote active travel and family health. Suggests substitution of cycling and walking for car travel to and from school. Home activity focuses on healthy eating. F – 5
Hints for adults to reinforce their children behaving safely as passengers, cyclists and pedestrians particularly in school zones. Home activity revisits family rules for pick up and drop off. F – 5
Explores the reduction of pollution reduction when families decide to use the car less and/or more economically. Hints for drivers. F – 5
Information re rules for skaters and scooters as well as hints for adults about teaching children to skate and scoot. Home activity includes safety gear and security. F - 5
Hints for adults re selection and wearing of protective clothing. Home activity explores protective clothing for a range of activities as well as cycling and scooting. F - 5
Explores possibilities for less car use. Home activity explores car sharing/pooling. F - 5
Explores the role and impact of cars in developed countries. Home activity explores impact of different transport modes. F - 5
Provides adults with information about travelling on a train with a bicycle. Home activity true or false quiz. F - 5
Uses examples of wheelchair bound passengers travelling by train. Could be used to explore disabled bus travel. Home activity focuses on consideration of others . F - 5
Hints for adults to assist children safely cross railway lines. Matching up activity for home. F - 5
Explores the issue of personal responsibility in relation to safety in a range of travel situations and also creates opportunities to discuss the influence of peers on decision making. Home activity looks at agreed expectations. Years 6 - 7
Reiterates and reinforces rules for walking, scooting and skating and personal responsibility for safe behaviour. Home activity explores personal safety and health. Years 6 - 7
Revisits car passenger safety rules as well as explores attitudes to travelling safely. Home activities include discussion with adults about agreed expectations and responsible behaviour. Years 6 - 7
Comprehensive coverage of rules for cyclists, skaters and scooters. Includes helmet choice and fitting along with bicycle choice and maintenance. Home activities include research re local skate park and a signage refresher. Years 6 - 7
Revisits rules and safe behaviour in relation to use of trains, trams and buses and explores environmental gains from using public transport where possible rather than cars. Home activities include interpreting a bus timetable. Years 6 - 7
A comprehensive package of educational materials for teaching safer, greener and more active travel in South Australian primary schools, comprising three satchels: Early (R-2) Years, Primary (3-5) Years and Middle (6-7) Years; each containing a Teacher resource book, CD, DVD and supporting resources.
The CD packs for teaching safer, greener and more active travel in South Australian primary schools, comprising three satchels: Early (R-2) Years, Primary (3-5) Years and Middle (6-7) Years.
Teaches and reinforce correct and safe use of pedestrian lights at a traffic light crossing.
To support road safety education, operating traffic lights are available for loan. The lights are easy to move, set up and operate. They are delivered in one package weighing 50-60 kilograms. The casing measures 70cm H x 60cm W x 150cmL. The traffic light folds out of the casing and uses the case as its base. These are a popular resource, please plan ahead. Allow at least 2-3 weeks when organising the loan period, including delivery to your school and return to the warehouse location.
Cycling and Walking maps will assist for making active travel choices in Adelaide's metropolitan suburbs.
This is a guide to the laws that apply when cycling in South Australia, view it here.