The sports co-ordinator at Central School is Juliet Vickers. Please see below for current sports registrations. Please also click on the link on the right to find out about what sport entails at Central School Te Kura Waenga o Ngāmotu for 2020 and instructions on how to use Kindo.
Winter sports will start in Term 2.
Most sports go through to term 3 as well. Hockey, netball and basketball are the three sports that we can enter as a school. Presently there is no information for basketball but it will be put into the newsletter and on the schoolapp when it comes in.
Registrations are now open for hockey and netball from Years 3- 6. Please note that registrations will only be accepted via KINDO or on the registration form from the Office.
Teams will be made up of first in basis. Teams can only be entered if there is sufficient number of players and coach/manager for the team. Please be aware of the close off dates for registrations.
Hockey registrations are now open and will close on Friday 13 March.
The season starts on Saturday 2 May. Teams are 6 aside.
- Fun sticks (Year 1 & 2). This is a great introduction to hockey. If your child would like to do this please register directly online through the Taranaki Hockey website. No registrations through school are taken for this. Fun sticks run for 8 weeks on the tennis courts at New Plymouth Girls HIgh from 9-10am.
- Mini Sticks (year 3/4)Fee $50
- Mini Sticks development* (year 3/4)Fee $50
- Kiwi Sticks (year 5/6)Fee $60
- Kiwi Sticks development* (year 5/6) Fee $60
*development level is for children that are new to hockey.
$41 (Year 3 and 4) and $51 (Years 5 and 6) goes to Taranaki hockey the other $9.00 collected is for school to pay for uniforms and balls.
Netball registrations are now open and will close Friday 6 March.
- Mother Earth futureFERNS Year 5-6 Fee $406 aside
Season starts Tuesday 28 April 3.45-5.45
The focus is on continued ‘learning’ of netball as Junior players will have an increased enthusiasm to learn but still want to have fun and experience the game with their friends. Netball continues to be modified for this age group but there is the first introduction of 6 v 6 game play. This involves full court play with relaxed umpiring. The focus is on player rotation to prevent early specialisation of positions. Players are continuing to develop both physically, technically and socially so it is important to give them the opportunity to play a wide range of positions on the court, regardless of their physical attributes.
- Mother Earth futureFERNS Years 3-4 Fee $35 5 aside
Season starts Thursday 30 April 3.45-5.45
The focus for this age group is on learning the basics with players joining in a skill development session prior to a modified netball game of 5 v 5, using two-thirds of a netball court. It’s designed to be fast and fun, maximising participation and touches of the ball.
Check the website calendar for more information! http://www.netballtaranaki.org.nz/tournaments-events/calendar-2
Any concerns or questions please email me at email@example.com. Thank you for your support.
Central School Te Kura Waenga O Ngāmotu
40 Lemon Street
New Plymouth 4310
Ph/fax: 06 7583240