- Primary/Intermediate Schools
- Secondary Schools
The below PD and club opportunities are relevant to school sport coordinators
ANZ Primary Cup BOP T20 Tournament - years 7&8
The 2021 competition will offer two divisions: A competitive division for those teams looking to win and progress to the NDCA regional competition, and a development division for those teams looking to develop their skills and participate against teams at a similar level. Schools are encouraged to enter teams in to both divisions.
Dates: Term 1, 2021 - Friday 19 and 26 February, and 5 March plus 12 March if required
Where: Fergusson Park, Tauranga
Format: 9-a-side T20. Pool play and finals. The draw and competition structure will be determined by entry volume.
Bay of Plenty Cricket Female 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. Hardball Teams will be playing for qualification to the Northern Districts finals 22-24 March.
Dates: 4 and 11 March, 2021
Divisions: Hardball 9-a-side and Softball 8-a-side
Entries close: Please return your entry form to email@example.com by 3pm Wednesday 24 February 2021
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 will re-open again on 4th January 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.
Badminton Shuttle Time
Shuttle Time is a worldwide programme that aims to give kids of all ages and abilities an enjoyable and accessible experience to badminton. Get your kids involved in the world’s fastest growing racquet sport!
There is the opportunity for free sessions in your school in Tauranga, Rotorua, Whakatāne and surrounding areas to teach students badminton fundamentals.
Delwyn is also available to offer sessions to teachers alone, to help up-skill and give some resources to help.
For more information contact Delwyn Cooper on 027 212 4720 or 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.
Tamariki Regional Schools Director
027 474 6068