Out-of-school-hours learning (oshl) activities can be as diverse as nail art, powerboat sailing, gardening and street dance. Watch this short film to see other ideas.
There are lots of ways to get involved in out-of-school-hours learning, whether as a young person, club leader, school, community or local authority.
Being involved in out-of-school-hours learning is fun and rewarding, and can often be life changing… but it’s not just children and young people who can benefit.
Not sure where to start? Find out more about setting up and running a high-quality oshl provision.
There are some practical points you will want to consider for all oshl activities, regardless of the setting and type of provider.