Good Clean Sport School Toolkit

About the Toolkit

Bring an interactive and award-winning clean sport education programme into your school with the Good Clean Sport School Toolkit.

The Toolkit supports students and youth athletes on a journey through clean sport here in Aotearoa New Zealand through a face-to-face workshop with a current or former NZ athlete and innovative virtual and augmented reality technologies.

Over five free lessons, students develop knowledge and practical life skills relating to key topics in clean sport, from values and integrity to food-first nutrition. Students walk through a virtual reality doping control process; ‘experience’ the health effects of doping via augmented reality; discover the risks of supplement use; and develop their ability to self-manage and make healthy decisions.

The Good Clean Sport School Toolkit aligns with New Zealand’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum by incorporating Hauora, the Māori philosophy of wellbeing, from a sociological perspective focused on health promotion. It contains resources for Years 7-9 and Years 10-13, and the flexibility to appeal to a general student audience or target youth athletes specifically. The Toolkit is FREE to all NZ intermediate and secondary schools.

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How to access and organise

Five lessons make up the Toolkit: an initial values-based workshop or webinar delivered by a trained DFSNZ Athlete Educator (all of whom are current or former NZ athletes), and four additional lesson plans with resources designed for teachers to use in the classroom or as homework activities.

Teachers can opt to do as many or as few of these lessons as they like. Together, the lessons form a comprehensive programme for educating NZ students and youth athletes on values and integrity in sport, with a focus on health and life skills. But they are equally valuable as standalone sessions – the Good Clean Sport workshop in particular is an excellent introduction to clean sport in New Zealand and is often booked as a standalone session.

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Get started

For a more detailed overview, you can request the Good Clean Sport School Toolkit Overview if you contact the education team.

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