- Primary & Intermediate School Support
- Secondary Schools
The below PD and club opportunities are relevant to school sport coordinators
Halberg Inclusion Training
Halberg Inclusion Training is a free course on modifying physical activity and sport to include all New Zealanders in mainstream activities, events and programmes. The Inclusion Training programme enables schools and organisations to deliver physical activity to all, across various physical abilities and skill sets.
When: Wednesday 16 June
Where: Rotorua, St Chads Communication Centre (corner Fenton and Devon)
More information: www.sportbop.co.nz/news--results/workshop--halberg-inclusion-training
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa Funding
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa provides funding for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki and rangatahi. These may be new or already operating.
Funding applications open 12 July, 2021.
Parafed School Support
Parafed Bay of Plenty offer a wide range of support and information around inclusiveness.
- In-School inclusive sport sessions with individuals/groups of physically disabled students (note we will not exclude students with cognitive impairment as long as it doesn’t impact on the safety of the group or individual).
- Support for Sports Coordinators in planning events and activities that are inclusive.
- Support for Officials and Disabled Athletes (AWD) at school sports events.
For more information click the link below or contact: Jo Jackson - 0277 162 085, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Futures Geyserland School Holiday Programme
Running throughout the school holidays. Options including coaching and playing rounds for all skill levels. See flyers for details.
Eastern Bay of Plenty Opportunities
2021 Harrier Program
Cross Country, running and training events and sessions available from now until October 10.
Western Bay of Plenty Opportunities
Tauranga Open Cross Country Races
When: Saturday, May 29, 2021.
Where: Waipuna Park, Kaitemako Rd, Welcome Bay,
Cost: $7-$15 per entry.
Entries Close: May 25, 2021.
Contact: Malcolm Taylor on 027 292 4411 / email@example.com
Junior Girls' Rugby
Junior Girls 10s is a tackle rugby program for girls to learn and experience rugby in a safe and supportive environment. Schools can enter full teams or for those schools without a team, students can enter and be put into a team.
Where: Blake Park, Mount Maunganui.
Who: Three Grades - Year 3-4; Year 5-6; Year 7-8; For BOP schools or clubs.
When: Tuesday afternoons between 4-5pm.
June 1 (Skills and drills run by Volcanix, Steamers, Toa, and Black Ferns), June 8, 15, 22, 29 & July 6.
Cost: $75+GST per team. Players who sign up individually will be charged a flat fee of $10
Floorball Term 2 - Registrations Now Open
This is a great sport option for Year 1-6 students. It s easy to play and is a lot of fun.
The game is a cross between ice hockey and field hockey and all equipment will be provided. Children will just need to wear footwear and suitable clothing for running around.
When: May 13 - July 8
Game Times: 40-minute games to be played between 3:15pm-5.15pm
Where: Played inside a 50m high rink on Thursdays at Trustpower Arena, Mount Maunganui
Teams: Mixed teams, 5 players each side and up to two reserves
Grade: Teams will be put into appropriate year group
Cost: $180 per team of up to 7 players, or $45 for individuals.
Please send all registrations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Floorball Saturdays
Floorball is a cross between ice and field hockey and is easy to learn with minimal rules. Free Floorball Saturdays is for children aged 10 and up. There is no need to register, keen players can just turn up on the day and get involved.
All equipment will be provided.
When: May 15, 22, & 29; June 19 & 26; July 3
Where: Trustpower Arena, Mount Maunganui
CoachForce 2020 – contact list
The purpose of CoachForce is to provide coaching workshops to up-skill coaches/teachers and parent coaches (not children!) to run more effective training sessions, gain more confidence and become better coaches by learning new skills that are appropriate for the children’s age and experience level.
We recommend that your school adopt a policy under which school sports fees are raised by $2-4 per child to cover the cost of up-skilling all coaches.