Meet the Team
Healthy Active Learning schools
About Healthy Active Learning
Healthy Active Learning is a joint government initiative between Sport New Zealand and the Ministries of Health and Education to improve the wellbeing of tamariki through healthy eating, drinking and quality physical activity. This is driven by a $47m Government commitment to the Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy.
Our team work with school leaders and teachers to support the provision of play, sport and physical education. We take a needs-based approach and aim to build upon good existing practice and upskill teachers to be more competent and confident in delivering high-quality physical activity experiences.
The following are some examples of support the team offers to schools and kura:
Healthy Active Learning Story Feature
Bike Your Backyard
Wainuiomata kids hit the streets in a successful event promoting the importance of active travel for tamariki. Year six students from various Wainuiomata Primary Schools participated in a fun day of riding in their community visiting their neighbouring kura to play games and enjoy some kai. This helped to increase students’ confidence and road safety awareness as they prepare for intermediate next year.YouTube
View the range of play stencils available for your kura! Find inspirational designs, stencil packs available for hire and more.
Check out the awesome things that have been happening across our Healthy Active Learning schools
Read Healthy Active Learning updates from the Nuku Ora team
Here, you can find links to helpful resources, websites and articles that will allow you to gain more understanding of movement, play, and physical activity.
Funding options for schools
We have put together a document showing all the funders that schools can apply to in the Greater Wellington region. Separated into regions, the list identifies funders in your area and provides all the relevant details you need to know before applying.
Mapping Tools and Directories
Schools can use our community maps and external provider directories to learn more about local facilities and clubs in their area.