The next 18 months will see the Waikato Regional Sports Facility Plan undertake it’s second review. The next version of the Plan, scheduled for development in 2020, will take a wider lens on spaces and places for physical activity beyond sport. It will include a full inventory audit, school facility provision and use, and active recreation and physical activity facility provision.
The key objectives remain: to understand what facilities the region has, what is needed (and not needed), and recommend how an agreed facility network approach can be implemented within the Waikato. The focus will increasingly be on optimisation of the current facilities stock.
The plan continues to collect a comprehensive set of facilities data that provide a robust basis for current and future decision making. It places emphasis on international, national, regional, and sub-regional assets, while also capturing local level facility data.
An audit of Secondary School facilities is currently underway with Primary and Intermediates due to be surveyed in the next couple of months.
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Sport Waikato Energizers have been in schools providing professional development to teachers in the area of gymnastics.
The next 18 months will see the Waikato Regional Sports Facility Plan undertake it’s second review.
Sport Waikato’s Regional Coaching Advisor Youth, Katie Horne, is working to introduce the Good Sports initiative
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