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Community Sport Coach - 027 241 3409
Community Sport Advisor - 027 240 7120
Physical Activity and Sport for Life
Providing leadership and support to those who work with young people in the sport and recreation sector.
- Professional Development for Sports Coordinators
- Youth Programme support
- College Sport Auckland
- Volunteers in Schools
- School Sport Plans
- Bikes – an intro to riding on roads
KiwiSport is a national initiative that aims to get more school-aged children playing
It is funding that Harbour Sport manages on behalf of the community to schools for Year 1-8 students and Year 9-13 students.
Volunteers in Schools
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Applications are being called for the position of Softball NZ High Performance Director. The High Performance Director will play a pivotal role in leading Softball New Zealand’s high performance system responsible for the delivery of its high performance programme...
Harbour Sport is seeking energetic and organised individuals to join our Community Strength and Balance team. These roles work across Waitemata and Auckland District Health Board with a focus on North Harbour and Central Auckland. This new service is delivered in...
North Shore Trampoline Club has more than 21 years of history in the sport of trampoline. We provide a range of classes from recreational through to competitive elite and all levels in between. We are based on the North Shore, Auckland, New Zealand. We are looking for...
Reporting to the Chairperson and Board, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for developing and implementing the Netball Northern Zone strategic plan and for providing an environment that encourages participation, creates meaningful competition and...
Parafed Auckland are offering a Junior Athletics and Swimming Development Programme for anyone between the ages 8-21 years with a visual or physical impairment. The weekly sessions, starting Mid-July, will alternate between athletics and swimming at different venues...
We seek a suitably trained and qualified person to fill this full-time position. Excellent communication and organisational skills along with a passion for seeing our youth active in sports are sought. It is an advantage to still be active in sports as a competitor or...
Those who dare, will be tested on a muddy 2.5km Muddy obstacle course with a few messy surprises along the way. Imagine crawling in mud pits, slipping and sliding down muddy water slides, climbing over walls and Tyre Mountains, splashing through murky waters and of...
April’s volunteer of the month sees a dedicated netball coach, turned chair women, win the award. This lady is in her 4th season with the club and within this time the number of teams on offer have doubled from 5 to 10. The huge increase in the number of teams has...
Harbour Sport supports community development for sport and healthy lifestyles and strives to influence more people to participate in sport and physical activity. Our strategic focus is young people, and targeted populations including Maori, Pasifika and East Asian....
Are you a manager, co-ordinator , board or committee member of a local sports or volunteer organisation? Sport Tasman is hosting a 1 day Forum focusing on Enhancing your leadership Capability on Friday 30th June in Marlborough. This one day forum will have a sports...
NZSSSC Census Student representation in school sport has been static.
Top 5 sports over the past 5 years have been Football, Netball, Rugby, Hockey and Basketball.
Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton have been consistent in increasing student representation in the last 3 years.
- In 2015, 50% of students in the Harbour region represented their school in sport.
- Boys’ representation had an increase of 1% whereas Girls’ representation had a decrease of 2%.
- In 2015, schools in the Harbour region offered students the opportunity to represent their school in 66 out of the 81 sports recognised in the census.