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Author Dryden, Colleen
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Sport Official Review Group ♦ Way Sport ♦ Active Start ♦ Physical Leisure Activity ♦ Top Level ♦ Support Training ♦ New Zealander ♦ Physical Activity Service ♦ Wide Range ♦ New Zealand ♦ Push Play ♦ New Zealand Phenomenon ♦ Physical Leisure Service ♦ Outdoor Activity ♦ Public Funding Agency ♦ Healthy Active Lifestyle ♦ Special Focus ♦ Fair Play ♦ Primary School Child ♦ Community Sport Fund ♦ Junior Sport Programme ♦ Local Authority ♦ Big Part ♦ Sport Club ♦ Community Activity ♦ National Sport Organisation ♦ Os Te Tangata ♦ Ko Taku Rourou ♦ Tau Rourou ♦ Performance-enhancing Drug ♦ Sporting Nation ♦ Primary School Teach Kiwisports ♦ Regional Sport Trust ♦ Secondary School Age ♦ Help People ♦ Hillary Commission Programme ♦ Basic Skill ♦ Hillary Commission
Abstract With my resources, and your resources, everyone will benefit Ko taku rourou, ko tau rourou, ka ora te tangata Supporting Sport The Hillary Commission is the public funding agency that encourages New Zealanders to participate and achieve in sport, fitness and leisure. We support around 100 national sport organisations and the 17 regional sports trusts, encourage more people to be more active more often, help athletes compete at top levels, and improve the way sport and physical activity services are delivered. To do this we increase the number of people involved in sport and physical leisure activities through Push Play, help people reach their potential and succeed, and improve the way sport and physical leisure services are delivered. Among our partner organisations we strongly discourage the use of performance-enhancing drugs. A special focus is giving young kiwis an active start to life. Our programme called KiwiSport is a New Zealand phenomenon that holds the key to our future as an active and sporting nation. KiwiSport teaches primary school children a wide range of basic skills and motivates them to stay involved in sport in the years ahead. Virtually all primary schools teach KiwiSports. Sportfit is our programme for people of secondary school age. It encourages healthy active lifestyles for people moving into adulthood. Leadership, outdoor activities and fair play on and off the field are big parts of our junior sport programme. The Community Sport Fund, delivered in partnership with local authorities, supports training and community activities in over 4,600 sports clubs. Hillary Commission programmes are supported by the New Zealand
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study