Welcome to Sport Canterbury's South Canterbury Regional Office
Sport Canterbury delivers programmes and events to teachers, coaches, sporting organisations, health professionals and people of all ages across the South Canterbury region. Everything we do is about getting, and keeping, people engaged with sport and physical activity.
South Canterbury Spaces and Places Plan
Shaping the Future of South Canterbury
2017 South Canterbury Sports Awards
2017 Jump Jam Extravaganza
Sport Canterbury's dynamic and highly respected Jump Jam Extravaganza has become a highlight on the South Canterbury school calendar, as teams of up to 14 children compete for bragging rights and age group trophies.
Wednesday 28 June 2017 - Jump Jam Extravaganza
Thursday 11 May 2017 - Jump Jam Coaching Workshop
Jump Jam is a pre-choreographed primary school aerobics programme. This annual event encourages children to form teams, choose their favourite routine and hone their skills. The result is a highly charged and entertaining competition for young people from Year 1 to 8.
|Coaching Workshop - Jump Jam Extravaganza 2017|
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|Coaches Timeline - Jump Jam Extravaganza 2017|
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|Coaches Tips - Jump Jam Extravaganza 2017|
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|Event Rules and Guidelines - Jump Jam Extravaganza 2017|
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|Judging Schedule - Jump Jam Extravganza 2017|
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|Entry Form - Jump Jam Extravaganza 2017|
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Local sport and active recreation groups, and the wider community are being urged to help shape the future of sport and active recreation facilities across South Canterbury as part of a new regional project.
Sport Canterbury and the Mackenzie, Timaru and Waimate District Councils are working together with Trust Aoraki and the Mid-South Canterbury Community Trust to develop the ‘South Canterbury Spaces and Places Plan.'
Frequently Asked Questions
The plan will identify and prioritise sport and recreation facility needs, and is the first time it has been undertaken across the region. The plan will be an open document for Councils, Funders and others to use to inform and guide the region’s investment into future sport and active recreation spaces.
The project partners have engaged GLG (Global Leisure Group), leading sport and recreation facility planning consultants, to assist with the plans’ development.
Project Steering Group member and Spokesperson Julian Blanchard, said that the partners are looking to develop a plan to guide development and investment priorities over the next 20 years, as well as adopting a ‘One Region’ approach to facilities.
“The Local sport and active recreation community will have ample opportunity to provide input into the plan and are encouraged to do so.”
The first opportunity will be via an online survey that will be e-mailed out in February.
“The plan will balance vision with pragmatism, aiming to enable projects to get off the ground.”
“It’s essential that all local sport and active recreation groups contact Sport South Canterbury by Monday the 23rd of January to ensure we have their correct contact details, so they get the opportunity to take part in this project.”
Casual and informal sport and active recreation users and the wider community are also encouraged to input into the plan, and will be able to do so through a similar web and paper-based survey that will available at Libraries, Council Offices and major sport and recreation facilities.
“There will also be further opportunity for community input as the Plan develops over the next ten months or so, however all interested sport and active recreation groups and facility providers are encouraged to provide input from the outset to ensure their needs are appropriately and adequately considered to achieve the best possible result for the region,” said Mr. Blanchard.
Sport and Active Recreation groups are to contact Sport South Canterbury to update their contact details via:
Phone (03) 686 0751
Double Olympic gold medallist Hamish Bond will be the guest speaker for the 2017 South Canterbury Sports Awards on May 19. read more
2017 South Canterbury Sports Awards Nomination Forms
Coach of the Year 2017
Administrator of the Year 2017
Official of the Year 2017
Masters Sportsperson of the Year 2017
Lifetime Achievement Award 2017
Sportperson with a Disability of the Year 2017
Young Sportsperson of the Year 2017
Sportsperson of the Year 2017
Sport and Recreation Event of the Year 2017
Find out more about what's happening in South Canterbury.
|Sport Canterbury Annual Report 2016|
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Address: The Southern Trust Event Centre, Aorangi Park, Morgans Road, Timaru 7910
Postal Address: PO Box 4053, Timaru 7942
Phone: 03 686 0751
Fax: 03 686 1353
- Sport Canterbury - South Canterbury Regional Office
- Shaun Campbell - South Canterbury Regional Manager - View Profile
- Linda Kenny - Community Sport Advisor - View Profile
- Lee-Anne Lang - Administration Assistant and Children’s Programme Coordinator - View Profile
- Janine Roux - Communty Sport Advisor - View Profile
- Debbie Esler - Physical Health Advisor - View Profile
- Danielle Holden - Physical Health Advisor - View Profile
- Cathie Weith - Falls Prevention Coordinator - View Profile
In South Canterbury, WAVE Resource Centre has a full range of physical activity, sporting equipment and other resources for hire. Hire is free of charge to schools and early childhood centres who work with WAVE. These resources can be viewed and ordered from WAVE directly.
Our South Canterbury Regional Office in Timaru has the following resources available for hire: Data Projector, Gazebo, Meeting Room and Cycle Trailer.
|Cycle Trailer Hire Agreement|
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For more information and hireage fees, please contact Sport Canterbury's South Canterbury Regional Office, 03 686 0751.