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.
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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.
Developing important fundamental movement skills (FMS) in young children is an essential component in the building blocks of skill acquisition. FunSkills is a programme that is designed to build the FMS that all children need to develop before they can master more complicated activities, games and sports.
Being physically active can assist students to achieve better at school and improve their social and emotional skills. FunSkills aims to provide a fun, non-competitive and safe environment in which children can learn and develop these skills. The sessions run from 45min up to 1 hour, twice a week and during school hours.
Miguel Gallardo - Community Sport Coach
Phone: 09-415 4649
Mobile: 0272-413 409