Supporting our young people 

At CLM Community Sport we are committed to ensuring all tamariki and rangatahi have access to physical activity and  receive a quality experience, irrespective of the level at which they participate or compete.

We do this by:

  • Encouraging behavioural change among the sport leaders, coaches, administrators, parents and caregivers involved in youth sport.
  • Providing leadership to our sports to support changes to competitions and player development opportunities.
  • Working with our sports and schools to keep minds open while identifying opportunities for Play and Recreation
  • Promoting the benefits of Sport, Play and active Recreation in regards to health and well-being.

For any questions around young people and  the Tū Manawa fund contact our Young People's Manager Jacqui Johnston. 

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Primary and Intermediate 

Healthy Active Learning

Healthy Active Learning

CLM Community Sport provides support to schools and kura with organising, planning and facilitating physical activity and education opportunities for tamariki and rangatahi. Whether you are managing your school’s sport programme, organising physical activity options or looking for professional development, our He Kete Akoranga can help!

Greater Auckland Aquatic Action Plan

Greater Auckland Aquatic Action Plan

A collaborative initiative that coordinates 8-10 professionally delivered Water Skills for Life lessons to primary school children in the greater Auckland region, ensuring the development of fundamental water skills for life. It is targeted towards low decile schools (1-6) and Year 3-6 students (7-10-year-olds), delivering approximately 153,000 lessons per year to 21,000 students, covering 152 decile 1-6 schools. GAAAP is managed by Aktive in partnership with Water Safety NZ, with regional coordination by our CLM Community Sport. This initiative is funded by Sport NZ (KiwiSport), Foundation North and Water Safety NZ

Resources

Resources

Do you require resources for primary and intermediate children? We have you covered, simply click the link below

Secondary Schools 

College Sport

College Sport

College Sport Auckland has been operating since 1989 as a facilitator of secondary school sport in the Greater Auckland region. Currently there are 113 member schools and the organisation is governed by a board of six Principals and three independent members. They operate with nine staff, providing both season and tournament opportunities in partnership with regional sporting organisations.

Resources

Resources

Do you require resources for primary and intermediate children? We have you covered, simply click the link below

Tū Manawa

Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa provides funding for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki and rangatahi.  

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Supporting our coaches 

At CLM Community sport our role its to promote, educate, recruit and encourage coaches to engage in the array of programme and workshops available to assist with coach development in sports clubs. 

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