Manawakura – Healthy Active Learning

Manawakura – Healthy Active Learning

Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti offers support to primary and intermediate schools with the aim of supporting and empowering their staff to deliver Healthy Active Learning.

Manawakura is our approach to Healthy Active Learning that puts the focus on wellbeing. This approach looks at the needs, wants and aspirations of our kura and schools in Te Tairāwhiti to help tamariki move a little more and think about how they fuel their bodies.

Support available to schools:

  • Curriculum planning
  • Resource assessment and identification
  • Event support
  • Relationship with local sports and active recreation groups and organisations
  • Schools focused personal development (PD) for teachers

If our Manawakura team can help your kura or school to engage with community groups, individuals, or entities to help shape, and add value to your school or kura activities and learning, please contact us.

Manawakura News

Kai Pai Day at Potaka School

Onepoto Based Manawakura Advisor Shyla, Kate and Tracey from Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti visited Potaka School for their Kai Pai Day. Manawakura is a regional approach to a …

The Remarkable Games

Thirteen rangatahi from Gisborne Girls High School, Gisborne Intermediate and Campion College took part in The Remarkable Games last Friday.  The Remarkable Games is facilitated by Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti and joined …

Ka Pai Kai for Makarika School and Te Waha O...

Nutritious kai and kōrero proved to be ka pai with tamariki from some of the region’s most remote schools. As part of the region’s Manawakura approach …

The 2022 Remarkable Games

Thirty rangatahi from Tolaga Bay Area School, Gisborne Girls High School, Ritana/Lytton High School and Campion College took part in the Remarkable Games on Thursday. “The …

Ki o Rahi Tournament

Many schools around Te Tairāwhiti have enthusiastically been learning the ancestral Māori game of Kī-o-Rahi. The Manawakura team at Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti have been sharing the …

2022 Ngata Sevens

Schools and Kura from Gisborne travelled to Ruatoria on Wednesday to take part at the Ngata Sevens. Ngata Sevens consists of rangatahi playing rugby and netball …

Sporting Opportunities for Whaikaha Community

Over forty rangatahi from Lytton High School, Campion College, Gisborne Girls High and Gisborne Intermediate took part in Futsal Festival for the whaikaha (disability) community. Central …

Darryl Crawford

Manawakura Lead

(06) 868 9943 ext. 714
Click to Email

For more information, please contact:

Darryl Crawford

Manawakura Lead

Manawakura – Healthy Active Learning

Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti offers support to primary and intermediate schools with the aim of supporting and empowering their staff to deliver Healthy Active Learning.

Manawakura is our approach to Healthy Active Learning that puts the focus on wellbeing. This approach looks at the needs, wants and aspirations of our kura and schools in Te Tairāwhiti to help tamariki move a little more and think about how they fuel their bodies.

Support available to schools:

  • Curriculum planning
  • Resource assessment and identification
  • Event support
  • Relationship with local sports and active recreation groups and organisations
  • Schools focused personal development (PD) for teachers

If our Manawakura team can help your kura or school to engage with community groups, individuals, or entities to help shape, and add value to your school or kura activities and learning, please contact us.

Manawakura News

Kai Pai Day at Potaka School

Onepoto Based Manawakura Advisor Shyla, Kate and Tracey from Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti visited Potaka School for their Kai Pai Day. Manawakura is a regional approach to a …

The Remarkable Games

Thirteen rangatahi from Gisborne Girls High School, Gisborne Intermediate and Campion College took part in The Remarkable Games last Friday.  The Remarkable Games is facilitated by Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti and joined …

Ka Pai Kai for Makarika School and Te Waha O...

Nutritious kai and kōrero proved to be ka pai with tamariki from some of the region’s most remote schools. As part of the region’s Manawakura approach …

The 2022 Remarkable Games

Thirty rangatahi from Tolaga Bay Area School, Gisborne Girls High School, Ritana/Lytton High School and Campion College took part in the Remarkable Games on Thursday. “The …

Ki o Rahi Tournament

Many schools around Te Tairāwhiti have enthusiastically been learning the ancestral Māori game of Kī-o-Rahi. The Manawakura team at Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti have been sharing the …

2022 Ngata Sevens

Schools and Kura from Gisborne travelled to Ruatoria on Wednesday to take part at the Ngata Sevens. Ngata Sevens consists of rangatahi playing rugby and netball …

Sporting Opportunities for Whaikaha Community

Over forty rangatahi from Lytton High School, Campion College, Gisborne Girls High and Gisborne Intermediate took part in Futsal Festival for the whaikaha (disability) community. Central …

Darryl Crawford

Manawakura Lead

(06) 868 9943 ext. 714
Click to Email