Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa is an activation fund to provide physical activity opportunities for tamariki (children aged 5-11) and rangatahi (young people aged 12-18).
The fund aims to provide quality opportunities in play, active recreation and sport for those who are missing out. These priority population groups include:
Fast Fund applications (up to a maximum of $30,000)
Community Activation Fund applications (up to a maximum of $60,000)
The Kiwisport Regional Partnership Fund has been in place since 2009 and ends on 31 December 2020. Please note the Kiwisport Direct Fund will continue to provide funding to schools as per usual, while Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa is a new fund with different criteria and an expanded focus; it is not simply an enhanced version of Kiwisport.
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa will support a wider range of activity opportunities than Kiwisport (now including play and active recreation), it is more clearly pointed at those who are less active and/or missing out, and the organisations eligible to apply have been broadened in recognition of their critical role in providing these opportunities.
Tū Manawau Active Aotearoa is less focused on more people and opportunities, and more focused on quality experiences that will encourage participation for life. Where Kiwisport was a partnership fund that required additional revenue sources, Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa does not have this requirement. There is also a greater degree of standardisation in the application process than Kiwisport, while still supporting locally-led approaches that meet the needs of communities.
If delivery by an external provider is to be within class time, the application needs to be a joint one with the school and external provider. The delivery of the curriculum and school plans is the responsibility of teachers and principals – they need to determine what activities they wish to run and when.
You will need to attach the completed ‘Implementation in a school/kura setting’ form when submitting your Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa application.
If there is more than one school/kura involved in the project/programme, this single form can be used with one school/kura taking a lead role, however all parties need to be named with a contact person.
Insights, Outcomes, Monitoring and Evaluation are crucial components of a successful application. The Tu Manawa Assessment Panel must see sufficient evidence of these components.
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