Way2Go Bike Ed is a popular program that requires forward planning in order to run smoothly.
The flowchart identifies the required steps for programs to be delivered in 2020.
Registration of interest for Way2Go Bike Ed opens OCTOBER 2019
School registers interest to participate in the Way2Go Bike Ed program within 2 WEEKS
Nominated school Way2Go Bike Ed coordinator and Principal receives a confirmation email within three working days. Principal asked to verify submission
DPTI funded place confirmed via email to schools by early NOVEMBER 2019
List of confirmed schools including contact details given to service provider
The service provider’s Education Manager contacts schools to negotiate participation dates before 6 DECEMBER 2019
Schools that register after the due date may request to be waitlisted. If another school cancels or does not do not respond to the booking communication by the due date, waitlisted schools are offered their place.
All submissions must be received online. If you are having difficulties contact us.
Schools are notified via an email to the school generic email address and the current nominated Way2Go focus teachers.
It will not be processed or considered for a DPTI funded place. You may contact us to request to be placed on the waitlist in case a cancellation occurs during the year. Alternatively, you may enquire directly with a bike education provider about a fee for service arrangement.
No. If you need to change or correct any information on your submission just contact us prior to the close off date.
No. Available places and a school’s eligibility can change from year to year. Annual processing makes it fairer to all schools.
*A catch up session can be negotiated at the initial planning stage if a programmed occasion/event means that school cannot participate in a particular week.
Yes . If your new principal needs information or expresses concern please contact us.
DPTI is responsible for the registration process. Telephone 8402 1855 or email DPTI.Way2Go@sa.gov.au
Way2Go Bike Ed aims to develop students ability to manage an on-road traffic environment. For this reason only children from year 4 - 7 can participate. If you would like to discuss this further contact us.
The program is available for students aged 9-13. The recommended year levels for participation are year 5-6 (aged 10-12). By this age the majority of students can ride a bike and the program can focus on developing students ability to manage an on-road traffic environment.