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Multi-Sectoral Framework for Action on the After-School Time Period

In 2012, Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers of Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation,  endorsed the following Multi-Sectoral Framework for Action on the After-School Time Period, which identifies specific shared areas for action and opportunities for collaboration across the sectors to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary activities or other unhealthy behaviours in the after school hours.

After-School Time Period Inventory Report (January 2013)

This includes the findings and analysis of a survey on the After-School Time Period.  SPRA is focused on supporting ASTP programs that fall within our mandate, and has analyzed the survey responses to specifically identify trends and gaps within the sector, with potential areas for further support.

As a supplement to the ASTP Inventory Report, SPRA has analyzed the data gathered from program providers as part of the provincial survey and prepared reports which summarise trends and gaps relative to the nine Sport, Culture and Recreation Districts in the province. These reports can be searched for and downloaded in our Resource Centre

Helpful Hint: Some ASTP materials in our Resource Centre can also be easily accessed from the drop-down menu under the heading "Popular Topics."

The After-School Time Period Report (June 2012)

This report Identifies the benefits of ASTP for society at large and provides an overview of current literature, policy and discussion papers that support the ASTP. An environmental scan of programs and initiatives locally and internationally are summarized and a comprehensive review of programming considerations is discussed. Outlining some of the challenges identified with the development of ASTP, the report highlights opportunities for partners and stakeholders to assist in the advancement of ASTP in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan After-School (October 2011) 

This 2011 report highlights the perceptions of existing services (adequacy, extent, gaps, opportunities), profile demand and need for additional or integrative services, and suggest how they might be shaped to accord with perceptions of how gaps, if any, might be filled.