From the people who brought you Home School Hub, RTÉ and Macalla are proud to present (play epic music in your head) After School Hub!!!

From Monday, 12 October Múinteoir John, Ray, and Clíona are back on RTÉ2 screens every day from 3-4pm with a huge range of activities and they want you to have fun and join in.



Alongside our much loved múinteoirí, some of the Hub's old favourites Phil the Science Guy and our Space Supremo Dr Niamh Shaw are back too. So there will be loads of cool STEM experiments and fun.

But wait, there's more. Mary-Claire and Martin, of Martin’s Shed are getting in on the action too. This should be interesting...

As well as that, keep an eye out for a few well-known faces popping up along the way!

Kids can tune in and take part in soccer skills, music lessons, science experiments, dance, nature, art class, book readings, cooking, singing, drama, arts and crafts, and school tours.

Just like the last time, children are encouraged to participate and engage in every aspect of the show by watching on RTÉ2 every day, uploading content to rte.ie/learn and then watching it all again at a time of their choosing on the RTÉ Player. 



Upload your cool content HERE!

Suzanne Kelly, Head of Children and Young People’s Content RTÉ said: "We’re delighted to be back on air with a new series aimed at primary school kids and to reunite all the múinteoirí and the production team at Macalla Teoranta for more education and fun each day on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player.
"The reaction to Home School Hub was phenomenal. Children have hugely missed out during this pandemic and it’s been very tough on them and their parents. It is a privilege to keep our kids’ minds filled with wonder and to help out so many busy parents.’ 

Producer of After School Hub, Cúán Mac Conghail of Macalla Teoranta said: "Home School Hub was an integral part of life during lockdown; with After School Hub we are hoping to keep children – and parents – minds and bodies active during the winter months ahead. It will be full of fun, entertainment, but lots of learning as well."