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!
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TOUCH COORDINATOR NEEDED Kaipara Junior Touch is moving to Helensville Rugby & Sports Club and extending to include College and Senior competitions. We are seeking a Module Coordinator - working closely with the committee, the coordinator will be responsible for...
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...
Our NiuMovement Pacific families programme has engaged with 53 participants to date. Equip’d Pacific teen girls programme has engaged with 80 Pacific female students across 4 schools. The July PolySports school holiday programmes engaged with a total of 58 kids over...
Have you got a project that needs funding? If you have an idea or are already doing something that helps your community apply for a local board grant find out more about Local Board and Community Grants! Local Board Grants Community...
In Auckland, the Youth competition is run from QBE Harbour Stadium from October – December with further pathway opportunities in 2018. Find here the link to the AFLNZ Youth website with information, dates and links to registration. AFLNZ also deliver Secondary school...
IT’S ON!! NZ Teachers Games REGISTRATIONS OPEN! NZSSSC along with sector partners the Ministry of Education, PPTA and NZEI are pleased to announce that registrations for the very first NZ Teachers Games are now open. Get your crew together, get your GAME ON and head...
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...
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...
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...
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.