In collaboration with rangatahi , Sport Taranaki and TSSSA have co-designed the 2020 Taranaki Girls Summit. An interactive day designed to give girls of Taranaki the power and passion to be physically active and build their hauora for life.
Opportunities for females are not always fair and equal, and their achievements are less
visible. We can collectively take action to address inequities and empower all girls to realise
their potential in and through physical activity.
Research tells us that females want to participate more in physical activity. We can provide
meaningful opportunities for girls to grow confidence and enable them to reach their peak.
How we value ourselves plays an important role in how we live life. As a girl, ‘Ko wai koe?’
Who are you and what would you love your story to be?
The two day event scheduled for the 21st and 22nd October will be split into North and South Taranaki, with each secondary school given the opportunity for up to fifteen Year 10 students to attend. The day will consist of listening to an exciting array of young people speaking on their outstanding achievements, getting involved in interactive sessions based on ‘Ko wai koe’, using poi and creating videos as a medium to express yourself.