Regional Sports Director - 021 422 076
Primary School Lead - 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
Recognising Sports Leaders in Schools. Nominate a candidate!
Latest Resources and News
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Book Now – Clubs and Schools Workshops
Harbour Sport’s vision is a community physically active for life. Our purpose is to inspire, empower and strengthen the community through sport and physical activity. Harbour Sport supports community development for healthy lifestyles, sport and recreation and strives...
Passionate about Events? You'll be creating events strategies, developing business plans, Gantt charts and budgets, and managing them effectively. Great Team Culture Company Car & Free Parking Plenty of bikes to go for a cycle on your lunch break! Harbour Sport has a...
The ActivAsian Volunteer Programme Workshop Friday 16th March at Rangi Centre, Rangitoto College from 4:30pm to 6:30pm The ActivAsian Volunteer Programme aims to provide young people with the opportunity to volunteer at a number of local and major sporting events...
General Manager Sport Operations – Touch New Zealand Touch NZ is made up of 15 staff, 19 active Provincial Associations and around 230 affiliated and registered Touch modules that provide the sport across New Zealand. Our mission is "making a positive difference...
Harbour Sport Sector Knowledge Day Presentation – Auckland Council Long Term Plan (10 Year Budget)and Auckland Plan
The Harbour Sport Sector Knowledge Day was held in Albany on the 7th March 2018 with a great turnout. The focus was the Auckland Council Long Term Plan (10 Year Budget)and Auckland Plan. Download the Presentation and don't forget to Have Your Say before the 28th...
The LTP public consultation process has been launched and is open until 28th March!! Community sport, recreation and physical activity in Auckland is at major risk - You can do something about it... Further to our recent communications regarding the importance of...
Shore to Shore is the North Shore’s largest 5km fun run with just short of 6,000 participants entering annually. The run starts at Takapuna Grammar School, heads along both the picturesque Takapuna and Milford beaches and ends at Milford Reserve. This event brings...
Club / School Development Workshops Calendar for 2018 Wednesday 28th February – The 3 Rs of Volunteer Management – Guilt-Tripping people doesn’t work!! Discuss new ideas and receive take-away resources to help you to Recruit, Reward and Retain your...
KiwiSport Coach Induction workshops Tuesday 30 January 2018, 10am-12pm @ Alexandra Park, Greenlane (hosted by Sport Auckland) Thursday 1 February, 6.30-8.30pm @ Alexandra Park, Greenlane (hosted by Sport Auckland) Tuesday 8 May, 11.30am-1.30pm @ Waitemata Rugby Club,...
July’s edition of the volunteer of the month saw an outstanding nomination from Carmel College. Natalie Linstrom, a mother as well as a role model, started volunteering at Carmel College in 2015. Her services vary from coaching, managing, carpooling and nursing. Any...
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.