Safe, Active, Fun, Engaged
After-School Time Period Program Directory
SPRA collected data on available programs for children and youth during the After-School Time Period (ASTP), with support of the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, to gather a baseline of program information and develop it into a comprehensive, online directory of After-School Time Period programs in Saskatchewan.
Research and Reports
SPRA is focused on supporting After-School Time Period programs that fall within our mandate, and has identified trends and gaps within the sector, with potential areas for further support.
Visit our Research and Reports page for recent analyses of After-School Time Period programs, or search the database in our Resource Centre to find more ASTP resources.
New ASTP resources have been added to the Resource Centre, including:
- ASTP Physical Activity and Games- a selection of fun physical activities and games that can be used in your programs
- ASTP Getting Started- considerations to help get you started, such as legal obligations, operation procedures, risk assessment and liability factors
- ASTP Programming Tools- example registers, session plans, awards, incident and emergency report forms to assist in the organizational areas of programming
These resources and more are available in the Resource Centre.
Search for "ASTP" or "After-School Time Period" resources in the online Resource Centre catalogue, or use the Popular Topics drop-down menu and select "After-School Time Period."
Here are some other examples of ASTP tools that can be found in our library catalogue:
- Parental Consent forms
- Lesson plans
- Volunteer & Staff development
- Policy and Procedures
Download our ASTP Training and Education Opportunities brochure to find workshops and courses that will help leaders and staff improve the quality of your after-school programs.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on the After-School Time Period, our online ASTP Directory, and how SPRA is supporting ASTP programs in Saskatchewan.
For more information
Consultant- Youth Engagement
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
#100-1445 Park Street
Fax: (306) 780-9257