- Primary & Intermediate School Support
- Secondary Schools
The below PD and club opportunities are relevant to school sport coordinators
ANZ Shield Competition
Intermediate School Cricket - The ANZ Junior Shield provides participants with the opportunity to play cricket amongst friends and test their skills against schools from within their region and across the country. Two Divisions - Hardball 9-a-side and Softball 8-a-side
Dates: 4th and 11th March 2021
Hardball teams will be playing for qualification to the Northern Districts finals 22-24th March 2021.
Contact Rebecca (021 312 784) for more information.
Orienteering BOP Summer Nav Series
When: Wednesday evenings starting 3rd February
More information: http://www.obop.org.nz/
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 are now open for Fast Fund and the Play Fund.
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.
Building Champions Obstacle Challenge is a specially designed event series for children aged 3-13. With over 15 fun and challenging obstacles over a 1.5km course, it’s the perfect opportunity for a great family day out. Parents and guardians run free, so grab the whole family and give your children the chance to be a CHAMPION!
Let's Talk Play workshop
Learn more about the importance of play with a free workshop from Sport Bay of Plenty's regional play systems lead Steph Reichardt.
Play is a vital part of children's physical and cognitive development. Sport Bay of Plenty is supporting and advocating for play in several ways throughout the Bay of Plenty. Come along and discover how play is vital for the wellbeing of tamariki in our region, and how play can be relevant to you mahi.
- What play is
- Why it's important
- How play has an is changing
- What you can do to support play in your region.
Wednesday 17 February
10:30am to noon
Sport Bay of Plenty Tauranga - 406 Devonport Rd
Floorball Term 1
When: Starts 17th February
Time: 3:15pm / 3:55pm / 4:35pm
Where: Trustpower Arena
Teams: 5-8 Players
Grade: Teams will be put into appropriate year group
Cost: $180 per team
Registrations close: Monday 15th February
Please send your teams to email@example.com
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.