Increasing sport participation in the Asian community, with a particular focus on the Chinese and Korean communities on the North Shore.
Supporting facilities of overweight and obese children to become more active.
More info coming soon...
A fun, non-competitive and safe environment in which children can learn and develop Fundamental Movement Skills.
Greater Auckland Coaching Unit –Integrating different coaching resources to ensure effective coach delivery to the region.
A nationwide programme motivating sedentary adults to become more active.
Increasing Maori participation and leadership in sport and traditional physical recreation at a community level.
Increasing the availability and accessibility of sport opportunities for all school-aged children.
Working to improve the capability of sports organisations by providing support and guidance.
Welcome to the Harbour Sport's Coach section. Coaching is one of Harbour Sport's key strategic goals and we are committed to producing better coaches. In the right hand corner of the page you will find 8 different types of resources that will be useful to you as a coach.
by Miguel Gallardo, Harbour Sport's Community Sport Coach
In a game of any sport, there is one role that just about towers above any other - the role of the official.When it comes to children’s sport, normally the official is a volunteer from the parents watching, or sometimes, it could be a young referee (a bit older than players). So how should these games be officiated? Should the referee penalize all infractions?These are...
Talent Id – The Growth MindsetDoes this sound familiar? All of you will have heard or been a part of the Talent I.D. process and the...
The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation’s AllSports programme has developed an online ‘Club Finder’ to help disabled people find...
EAST COAST BAYS ASSN FOOTBALL CLUBNew NZF Whole of Football Plan --Football FestivalTrain with WILLY GERDSENHolder of Uefa and...
Wednesday 19 June 2013
School in charge: NorthcrossTeacher in charge: Shannon liaise NH Squash
Monday 24 June 2013
MONDAYS IN JUNE & JULY 12-1:30PMAllan Brewster Recreation Centre(Tavern Lane, Papatoetoe Central)Have fun, get fit and meet people while learning how to play Goalball, Blind Cricket, Blind Football and many more sports for vision impaired people of all ages.DATES: June 10, 17, 24 & July 01, 08COACHES AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIEDCOST: $3 PER PERSON, PER SESSIONFor more information, contact:Maia Lewis - 021 995 firstname.lastname@example.orgAnnette Reilly - (09) 262 email@example.com
Tuesday 25 June 2013
School in charge: Kristin/NorthcrossTeacher in charge: Simon Brill/Shannon Hale
Thursday 27 June 2013
School in charge: Kristin/NorthcrossTeachers in charge: Simon Brill/Shannon Hale
School in charge: WairauTeacher in charge: Emma Hegan