PACT has been running boys' boxing since 2008 and seen many boys taking part grow in their discipline and their purpose.
Boxing teaches resilience and discipline in a supportive team environment. It provides a safe space for rangatahi and a sense of community and belonging. While each of our rangatahi has had different experiences in life, at PACT Boxing they learn shared values and how to respect their coaches and peers. We then encourage them to take those same values into their home and school life.
From Term 2 2022 PACT will be offering:
Junior boys programme (10-12)
Senior boys programme (13+high school)
Junior girls programme (10-12)
Senior girls programme (13+ high school)
BGYF Champions Programme
As a Billy Grahame Youth Foundation Affiliate, we will be running the Champion Begin Programme. The programme is based upon non-contact/semi-contact skill development along with conditioning grounded in the fundamentals of movement, balance, coordination, and overall physical/motor-skill development – particularly as they relate to boxing skills.
The programme is designed to provide a natural developmental pathway for any individual wanting to progress to competitive boxing.
Our youth workers take PACT Boxing. They are trained and experienced at working with young people. Through the PACT Boxing they will role model and teach values around respect, self-discipline, goal setting and positive decision making. They will build relationship with the rangatahi and their whānau (when possible) and offer additional support when needed. PACT Boxing provides a safe place where at-risk rangatahi find a place to belong and improve their self-belief and resilience.
PACT Boxing will be offering the following boxing classes. Please contact us for more information and timetables.
Junior boys years 7 & 8
Senior boys ages 13-17
Junior girls years 7 & 8
Senior girls aged 13-18