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#YouthWeekNZ starts tomorrow and we will be taking over Sport New Zealand's Instagram on Sunday May 27th! Be sure to follow @sportnewzealand on instagram to check out what being active means to young people around the country as well as all the amazing work youth are doing! ... See MoreSee Less

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2017/18 Harbour Student Sports Council reps, Sam Brewis and Ryan Zent, have shared how their in-school Social Football League (BPL) is run at Westlake Boys High School. It started back in 2012 to provide a competitive opportunity for the boys to play Football and remove the barriers of travel, time, cost and coaches. WBHS Sport and the league were recognised in 2015 by receiving the NZSSSC Innovation in School Sport Award.youtube.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Over 11,500 secondary school students participate in sport and recreation in the Harbour region.

Our Vision

Sport is valued in our schools and communities with positive and active engagement by our young people.

North Harbour Secondary School Regional Sports Plan 2015 – 2020

2016 Harbour Secondary School Sport Participation Snapshot

The data represents key highlights from the New Zealand Secondary School Sport Census which schools complete on an annual basis.

The data includes all students that have had a “meaningful engagement” in school sport:

  • A student representing their school in a sport (e.g. pulling on their school jersey)
  • OR a student has taken part in a sport provided over a period of six weeks or more
  • OR a student has participated in a project that is KiwiSport funded
  • OR a student has played for a club (or another school in a composite team) as the school had no teams and has a close working relationship with.

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