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Timeline PhotosAs part of Sport New Zealand's Delta response, a new fund is now available for Auckland. The Tāmaki Makaurau Sector Support fund aims to provide financial support to organisations based in the Auckland region and delivering play, active recreation and sport opportunities that are experiencing financial hardship in the period 17 August to 18 October 2021 as a result of extended time at Alert Levels 3 and 4. Join Aktive and our partners CLM Community Sport, Harbour Sport, Sport Auckland and Sport Waitākere today at 1pm - 2pm for a discussion on submitting your application online. Click here to join the forum: buff.ly/3v7y15OFor any queries, please get in touch with your local contact, their details can be found on our website: buff.ly/2WYquJK ... See MoreSee Less
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Check out the post below from Harbour Sport Coaching 💥👇Be sure to have a read of some of the key takeaways from the Community Coach Developers Forum that took place!AWESOME Community Coach Developers Forum this morning! Key takeaways:Effective coach development involves building relationships based on trust, developing people, and supporting their individual needs. It also happens organically...the coach owns the experience. Regarding coach retention, can we include coaches in the direction of the organisation so they feel more valued? how are we recognising coaches? is coach recruitment part of your coach retention strategy? Thank you to Tony Mordaunt for co-facilitating and the wonderful coach development leaders from Sport Auckland Mahurangi Rugby Club Touch New Zealand North Shore Cricket Club North Harbour Synchronised Swimming Club Glenfield Pool and Leisure Centre Wainoni Park Pony Club Hobsonville Point Secondary School Netball North Harbour North Shore United A.F.C North Harbour Gymnastics Community Trust Harbour School Sport Shore Rovers Netball Club East Coast Bays Cricket Auckland Diving Community Trust Fencing North ... See MoreSee Less
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Professional Development for Primary Teachers

Improving Teaching Activities to Young People

Free “hands-on” Professional Development opportunities for Primary Schools teachers.

What we Do:

Every workshop comprises a practical part first and the theoretical part after.

Delivery is usually during the staff meeting or teacher only day.

Every workshop is independent but they are also all related.  Schools can select any number of session and also have them delivered in any order.

The available sessions are:

  • Fundamental Movement Skills
  • Strategies for Delivering Effective PE sessions
  • Teaching Games for Understanding
  • Run and Jump
  • Throw and Catch
  • Development of an Operational Physical Education Plan for the school
Some great testimonials from schools we have worked with:
  • Great to have a refresher of ideas & differentiation with the skills – Marina View Sch.
  • Learnings can be used directly in the class programme – Hobsonville Sch.
  • Fun, challenging and good new information – Marina View Sch.
  • Lots of fun, laughter, high energy, enjoyment, working together as a team – Hobsonville Sch.
  • Good flow, from basic and building on from this. – Whenuapai Sch.
  • I was reluctant when I heard what today was.  I left really enjoying it. – Whenuapai Sch.
  • More Ideas/tips for how to level/differentiate. – Bayview Sch.
  • Very entertaining, well delivered in a safe environment. – Forrest Hill Sch.
  • Was awesome!! – Forrest Hill Sch.
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