Primary School Coordinator
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
- School Sport NZ Census Regional Snapshot
- Bikes – an intro to riding on roads
- Voice of Rangatahi Survey 2020 – North Harbour Summary Key Themes
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa provides funding for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki and rangatahi.
Volunteers in Schools
Recognising Sports Leaders in Schools. Nominate a candidate!
NZSSSC Census Student representation in school sport has been static.
Top 5 sports over the past year have been Football, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball and Rugby Union.
- In 2020, 45% of students in the Harbour region pulled on their school colours to represent their school in sport.
- Boys’ involvement had a decrease of 4% and Girls’ involvement had a decrease of 3% due to the effect that Covid had on the ability to participate in sport.
- Schools in the Harbour region offered students the opportunity to represent their school in 65 out of the 83 sports recognised in the census.
Latest Resources and News
The Latest News
Book Now – Clubs and Schools Workshops
Volunteers are critical to the sustainability and function of the sporting sector. Visit our Volunteers Page - A place for volunteers to find volunteering opportunities within the Harbour Region and for clubs/ sporting organisations to advertise current volunteer...
Great news… From Thursday, a wide range of play, recreation and sport activities can resume within level 2.
We are looking for Student Sports Councils to create a video of what their school has been doing during Rāhui/Lockdown to stay active and connected through sport. How have they encouraged the students/staff/school community to stay active with a focus on wellbeing...
Aktive have developed a hub on their website which includes all the latest information from Sport NZ, Council, the Gaming Machine Association of NZ etc, links to all the sector online forums, ideas on keeping active from partners etc. The Auckland Sport &...
Over recent days, we have seen the situation with COVID-19 continue to escalate, with significant travel restrictions implemented by the New Zealand Government. This has widespread implications across every part of our daily interactions, including recreational and...
*** IMPORTANT EVENTS NOTICE *** Due to the continuously evolving situation with COVID-19 Harbour Sport staff have been advised to follow Government and the Ministry of Health recommendations regarding limiting non-essential contact in order to limit the spread of...
I first signed up to the gym just a couple years ago, I’m no gym expert now and certainly do not go as regularly as I would like to, but I have learnt not to be intimidated by the big scary gym. I remember being totally terrified of setting foot in the gym- absolutely...
Running is not for everyone, it’s hard work, it can be boring and often feels physically impossible. That being said, running is one of the few sports that require little to no equipment and is great for fitness. Having recently completed my first half marathon, after...
Whether coaching beginners, supporting women and girls, engaging with target populations, giving playing partners some tips, leading a group, running a programme, working with representative athletes or simply wanting some information to help – we want to make access...
The Sport and Recreation Facilities Investment Fund was established during Long-term Plan 2018-2028 to support the development of regional and sub-regional sport and recreation facilities. It has a budget of $120 million over the next ten years. The funding for the...