Most groups meet one evening a week during term time
for a couple of hours and take part in age appropriate activities
including games (with
an emphasis on co-operation), craft activities, singing, cooking,
speakers from other organisations, night walks and orienteering,
work... - anything really.
The younger groups tend to have an organising meeting
for parents before term starts who think of a rough outline and then
the children decide what they want to do for the rest of the
term, and the older groups tend to decide completely for themselves.
Most groups have a few continuous leaders and then
parents help out on a rota.