In-School Sports - South Auckland
Students get the opportunity to explore and engage in a wide range of sports that enable them to learn, gain skills development and fulfill their potential.
- The cost is dependant on the duration of the programme
- Options: 4-week, 6-week, or 8-week programme
- 45-minute sessions
- Max 5 sessions per school day
- Groups of 30 per session
- including but not limited to school groups, community groups, youth groups, scout groups, sports teams/clubs
- ability to cater for large groups of individuals providing we have enough uptake for the programme to run
- Sports on offer include:
- Fundamental motor skills
- Small ball sports
- Large ball sports
- Racquet/net sports
- Non-traditional sports
- Modified sports
Why choose Youthtown
If you’re looking for a fun, engaging place to learn things, make friends and build confidence, look no further! Our Programme staff are skilled at helping new participants settle in and make connections.
Our programmes are intentionally designed to create space for positive outcomes. There’s a lot going on under the surface, thanks to our Youthtown Curriculum, to ensure this happens!
A BIG WELCOME
From the first time you enter a Youthtown programme, you’ll be warmly greeted by our team and treated as part of our Youthtown whānau.
What people say
Youthtown has worked with our small school for the last three years. This programme allows our students to receive regular sports training throughout the year and means they do not miss out on gaining skills which large schools can offer more readily. It is a vital service as the Youthtown team bring all their own sporting equipment which we would be unable to provide. The facilitators are always kind and supportive of our students and take the time to build relationships with them over the year. - Paula, Mercer School Principal
Youthtown has been invaluable to our students in improving their coordination skills, social skills in being able to work in a team and build confidence in those students who find in class subjects challenging but achieve through sport. - Robyn, Te Kohanga School Principal