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Aktive Sports Organisation Resource Hub

Welcome to the Aktive Resource Hub

Toolkits, case studies, videos and guides. Our hub is free and connects you with the latest information on a range of sport and recreation topics.

What’s more, we work closely with our partners and communities to keep these materials updated and relevant.

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    Guidelines for Sustainable Physical Activity in Schools

    These guidelines, produced by the Ministry of Education, are supported by SPARC (Sport and Recreation New Zealand).

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  • Covers Case Studies

    Case Study: Resource Sharing (Informal Agreement) – Waitemata Golf Club & Devonport Croquet Club

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    Case Study: Resource Sharing (Informal Agreement) – Howick Softball Club & Howick Pakuranga Baseball Club

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    Case Study: Resource Sharing (Formal Agreement) – Counties Manukau Badminton Association

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    Case Study: Co-location – West Auckland AFC & Western Magpies Softball

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    Case Study: Co-location – Remuera Golf Club & NZ Golf

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    Case Study: Combining Organisations (Same Code) – Harbour Golf & Golf Northland

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    Case Study: Shared Services (Existing Entity) – Aktive & NZRL

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    Case Study: Shared Services (New Entity) – ABSL

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    Working Together | A Guide to Shared Services

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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    Working Together | Future of Sport Thoughts – David Abercrombie

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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    Working Together | How to Get Started with Maria Clarke

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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    Working Together | 11 Ideas for Change – Maria Clarke

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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    Working Together | Top Tips for Sport Partnerships

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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    Working Together | When is it okay not to collaborate?

    This resource is part of the Working Together Project designed to support organised sport to operate more effectively through partnerships.

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  • Facility Planning Roadmap

    Auckland Sport & Recreation Facility Planning Roadmap

    Designed by Aktive in partnership with Auckland Council, this unique guide aims to assist and inform the planning and development of facilities in Auckland.

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    HERA Principles

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    Gender Insights | Sport NZ

    Sport NZ has taken its research and insights and split it into a number of different demographics to help you understand why some people are less active.

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    Advocating for Women & Girls | Sport NZ

    The Government's Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation Strategy aims to ensure that all women and girls, in all roles, are visible, feel positive about the contribution they make, and value being involved and participating in all levels of play, active recreation and sport.

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    Good Sports Coaching Guide

    The ultimate guide for all coaches in youth sport!

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    Good Sports Online Modules

    Looking for an interactive way to learn about Good Sports online? Check out the Good Sports Online Modules to start your time on the right foot with the best approach to coaching kids.

    Good Sports Online Modules
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    Nine Steps to Effective Governance

    The 'Nine steps' publication and supporting material to help sport and not-for-profit organisations improve governance structures.

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  • HERA Case Study Girl On Fire

    HERA Case Study: Girl on Fire

    Funded through Harbour Sport’s KiwiSport Fast Fund, Girl on Fire focuses on getting girls in Years 7 to 10 (ages 11 to 15) active in their preferred form of physical activity.

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    HERA Case Study: Otahuhu Recreation Centre

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    HERA Case Study: Papatoetoe Cricket Club

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    Case Study: Developing the HERA® brand

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    The Good Sports Spine

    The Good Sports Spine is a great tool for reflecting on what kind of environment you’re promoting in children’s sports. As a coach you should use this tool to guide how you coach. This download includes the Spine in English, Mandarin, Samoan and Māori.

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    Coaching Online Modules

    Check out the two online interactive coaching modules Getting Started in Coaching and Coaching Safety Net. These starting points are designed to provide excellent advice and information that will boost your coaching.

    https://www.sporttutor.nz/pages/coursedescription.jsf?courseId=141395&catalogId=268432
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    Parenting Tips Handout

    These top tips for parents are great as a pre-season handout to remind parents what kids’ really want from their upcoming season.

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    Coaching Tips Handout

    These top tips for coaches are great as a pre-season handout to remind coaches what kids’ really want from their upcoming season.

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    HERA | Participant Led Design Approach

    A key to designing a solution to a challenge is to get close to the issue and work with the people we are trying to help.

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    HERA | Participant Led Design Questions

    Participant Led Design is only going to be useful if the resulting outcome is realistic, achievable and provides an experience that the participant wants.

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    Wider Auckland Rugby Facility Plan

    The purpose of this Facility Plan is to identify current and future gaps in provision in playing facilities and prioritise community rugby facility requirements across the Auckland region over the next ten years.

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    NZ Facilities Framework

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    Community Sport & Recreation Hub Guide

    This guide outlines the key considerations and steps to take to develop a successful Community Sport and Recreation Hub (CSRH).

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    Auckland Regional Rugby League Facilities Network Plan

    Visitor Solutions was commissioned by a collective of rugby league organisations to develop the Auckland Regional Rugby League Facilities Network Plan.

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    Ice Sport Codes Plan

    This plan considers the feasibility of constructing and operating two ice rinks, one for curling and one for ice skating sports, at the Snowplanet site in Silverdale on Auckland’s North Shore.

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    Indoor Court Facility Plan

    This plan represents 6 codes – Badminton, Basketball, Futsal, Netball, Table Tennis and Volleyball.

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    Bike Facility Plan for Auckland Region

    Provides a framework to guide and drive development and investment into bike facilities in the future.

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    Auckland Regional Cricket Facilities Plan

    This plan has identified and prioritised the cricket facility requirements for the Auckland region for both high performance and community/club cricket. It has a short and long term implementation focus.

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    Auckland Equestrian Facility Plan

    This plan identifies what facilities will be needed for sport horse competition and training throughout Auckland and seeks to guide investment in facility development for the next 10 years.

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    Auckland Regional Football Facility Plan

    This facility plan is focused on the implementation of the New Zealand Football Facilities Strategy in the Auckland region. It provides a prioritised plan to guide and drive development and investment into community football facilities in the future to address current and future demand.

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    Model Flying Facility Plan for the Auckland Region

    This facility plan is focused on identifying current participation and forecasting future participation in model flying and the demand this has on facilities.

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    Auckland Regional Netball Facilities Plan

    This facility plan is focused on identifying the current and future demand for netball within the Auckland region. The report also considers any changes in netball participation, the impact of the 2013 census data on the regions’ demographics and future population growth.

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    Squash Auckland Regional Facilities Plan

    Provide a framework for the development of squash facilities in the Auckland region, identifying the priorities within our network to support ongoing facility development to drive membership and participation growth in club and community squash.

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    Auckland Region Tennis Facility Strategy

    Provide a framework for the development of tennis facilities in the Auckland region identifying the priorities at a Regional and Local level to support the ongoing development for club and community tennis.

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    Auckland Gymsports Facility Plan

    Visitor Solutions was commissioned by a collective of rugby league organisations to develop the Auckland Regional Rugby League Facilities Network Plan.

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    Auckland Softball Facility Plan

    This document is intended both as a high level strategic framework to prioritise future actions, and to inform local board decision-making for facility upgrades to enable the sport of softball to prosper by making softball more accessible to more people.

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    Franklin Local Board Sport & Active Recreation Plan 2016

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    Howick Sport & Active Recreation Facilities Plan 2015

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    Devonport-Takapuna Third Party Partnership Opportunities Study 2019

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    Upper Harbour Third Party Partnership Opportunities Study 2019

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    Papakura Local Board Sports Needs Assessment 2018

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    Legal Structures & Governance Guidelines

    The purpose of these guidelines is to provide information to sports groups who are considering entering into a sports partnership, on the appropriate legal structure for the partnership.

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    Memorandum of Understanding & Terms of Reference for Sports Partnerships

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    Sport NZ | Working Together for Tamariki

    Guidelines to support schools, kura and external providers when working together to deliver physical education and physical activity opportunities

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    Sport NZ | Running Secondary School Sport

    This Guide is designed to make your role easier by pointing you to examples of good practice, case studies, templates and tools, to help you do your job.

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    Understanding the Underlying Concepts in Health Education

    A New Zealand Health Education Association position statement to support teaching and learning in The New Zealand Curriculum

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    Implementing Physical Education in Practice

    A Physical Education Resource for Primary School Teachers

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    Understanding the Health and Physical Education Curriculum

    A Physical Education Resource for Primary School Teachers

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    Re-visioning School Camps

    A Teaching and Learning Resource

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    Health and Safety Guidance for School Sport

    This document is intended to provide a guide for Boards, principals and sports coordinators to identify and manage the risks involved in school sport across multiple parties.

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    Bringing the Curriculum Alive EOTC Guidelines 2016

    These guidelines aim to help boards of trustees, principals, and teachers to provide quality educational experiences, outside the classroom.

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    Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement Template

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