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Vision Statement. ‘ To enable all children and young people to take part in a wide range of OSHL activities that will extend, enrich and enable their learning now and in the future .’ …therefore providing:

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Vision Statement.

‘To enable all children and young people to take part in a wide range of OSHL activities that will extend, enrich and enable their learning now and in the future.’

…therefore providing:

‘An extended schools provision that builds upon the core educational experiences of all children in Pembrokeshire.’

Pembrokeshire OSHL

Strategy and Initiatives

OSHL includes activities and community focused initiatives that; support the curriculum and learning experiences by:
  • Enabling
  • Enriching
  • Extending

This can make a significant contribution towards the WAG seven core Aims for children in Wales.

Our strategy will be to help schools and organisations establish a range of activities.

Such as:

  • Enrichment activities.


  • Extending curriculum areas.

‘Computer Club for Girls ( CC4G )’.

  • Enabling learning alongside parents.

‘Cook it’

  • Activities for

‘More able and Talented’.

  • Looked after children provision.
  • ‘Widening access’ Higher education links.


  • Pupil radio network goes online in ten schools.
  • Ysgol y Preseli has developed a bi-lingual station aimed at developing F.O.S. links.
  • Opportunities for enrichment extend to thousands of pupils from KS2 to KS4
  • Linked to other enrichment initiatives


Pembrokeshire objectives.

  • Developed initially in the Pembroke F.O.S. as a key element of school’s aspirational. ‘Aiming High project.’
  • To promote improved transition links.
  • To work on developing existing business links with schools.
  • Developed because numbers of girls selecting ICT at KS4 and KS5 is half of the boys’ uptake.

Project Impact

  • Pembrokeshire innovative model being highlighted and recognised by WAG as being exemplar example of good practice.
  • Improved transition links.
  • Attendance: pilot - 90%, phase 2 - 96%
  • 85% of pupils reported increase in confidence level
  • 90% reported more likely to do ICT examination
  • 86% more likely to enter ICT career
  • 85% thought they should continue at Club
  • 66% said they have used elsewhere something learned at the Club

Cook It

  • The Cook-It! project is a step ahead, because it recognises all the factors that influence the food choices made by young people.
  • The Pilot initiative has recently been recognised by WAG as being one of the most innovative in Wales, due to the partnership approach adopted.
  • Launched in 7 pilot primary schools.
  • More schools engaging with “cook it” in stage 2 of the initiative.

Buzz clubs ( more able and talented )

  • Art workshops developed

in with County Arts


  • Buzz activities developed

with Radiowaves initiative

and Aberystwyth

University, widening

access partnership work

  • Partnership work Buzz

days with Pembrokeshire College supported by LNG.


Children’s University

Prifysgol Plant

  • County strategy aimed at celebrating achievement through accredited activities linked to Children’s University.

" It is truly investing in the future of Wales

and the future of our children " Jane Davidson AM