Sport NZ Quality Development Project

 

           

 

Skills Active and Sport New Zealand are leading a project to explore and pilot a potential nationwide quality assurance approach to the external provision of physical activity in primary schools.

 

PE and sport are often delivered by external providers including regional sports trusts, regional sport organisations, and national sport organisations, as well as paid sport coaches.

 

Our goal is to develop a consistent approach that these parties can work towards as they deliver quality experiences for young people within primary schools.

 

This initiative focuses on commercial operators providing paid coaching services in schools.

It does not include the thousands of dedicated parents and caregivers who give their time as volunteer coaches.

 

If you would like to follow the progress of this project, check back on this page for regular updates.

 

Update: October 12, 2017

 

Report available now

 

The Sport NZ Quality Development Project Report is now available to read.

 

This report was produced by Skills Active, on behalf of Sport NZ.

 

The report discusses the Sport NZ Quality Development Project, of which the objective was to develop an approach that provides an independent assessment of organisations/ individuals to ensure that their delivery of (curriculum and non- curriculum) sport in schools is safe and of an appropriate standard.

 

We would like to thank all those who were involved in this project. If you have any feedback about the report, please contact Paul before Friday, October 20. 

 

Follow the links below:

 

Executive Summary

Full Report

Appendices