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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION : 1 A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION Presented to: DR. GABINO P.PETILOS Professor FRIENDLY CHILD SCHOOL SYSTEM : 2 FRIENDLY CHILD SCHOOL SYSTEM FCSS:WHAT IS IT? CRC says, children must be assured of the following rights: : 3 CRC says, children must be assured of the following rights: Protection Rights ? cover those rights which guard children against all forms of abuses, exploitation and discrimination in areas where a child is considered to be in extremely difficult circumstances Participation Rights ? pertain to the right of freedom to expression and to have one’s views taken into account involvement in decision making and consultative process freedom of association and assembly. Slide 4: 4 Survival Rights ? the inherent right to life, the right to a name and nationality, the right to identity and those dealing with parental and governmental duties and obligations, adequate and decent standard of living, access to basic health care and services, social security and rehabilitation. Developmental Rights ? refer to access to educational opportunities, relevant information, play, leisure cultural activities and rights to freedom of thought, conscience and religion The Rights and Responsibilities of Every Filipino Child : 5 The Rights and Responsibilities of Every Filipino Child ? The right to obtain a good and develop his potential ? The right to be protected against abuses, exploitation, neglect, violence and danger. ? The right to live in a peaceful community and a wholesome environment. ? The right to be defended and given assistance by the government. ? The right to be able to express his own views. Slide 6: 6 ? The right to be born, to have a name and nationality ? The right to have a family who will love and care for him. ? The right to have adequate food and a healthy and active body. ? The right to be given opportunities for play and leisure. ? The right to have freedom to join association and peaceful assemblies. ? The right to develop his potentials. ? The right to learn good manners and right conduct. ? The right to be provided with good and wholesome educational materials. ? The right to be given care, support, education and guidance. The Goals : 7 The Goals 1. Encourage children’s participation in school and community 2. Enhance children’s health and well-being 3. Guarantee safe and protective spaces for children 4. Encourage enrollment and completion 5.Ensure children’s high academic achievement and success 6.Raise teachers’ morale and motivation; 7. Mobilize community support for education Specific Targets to be Accomplished : 8 Specific Targets to be Accomplished A. Enrollment and Learning/Academic Achievement Targets Target 1. All children 6-12 years old in your community are in school. : 9 Target 1. All children 6-12 years old in your community are in school. Below 79% Poor I point 79-82% Fair 2 points 83-87% Good 3 Points 88-92% Very Good 4 Points Above 92% Outstanding 5 Points Possible Documents : 10 Possible Documents ?List of children 6-12 years old in the community (OSY) ?List of children 6-12 years old in school (Survey of ISY) Target 2. All children in your school who enrolled in Grade 1 six years old finish Grade 6. : 11 Target 2. All children in your school who enrolled in Grade 1 six years old finish Grade 6. Below 79% Poor I point 59-65% Fair 2 points 66-70% Good 3 Points 71-79% Very Good 4 Points Above 79% Outstanding 5 Points Possible Documents : 12 Possible Documents ? Enrollment in Grade 1 for the past 6 years (Enrollment in 1st yr. for the past 4 yrs. Previous school year) ? Number of children who finish Grade VI (No. of student who finish 4th yr. previous school year) Target 3. All your Grade 6 pupils pass the division, regional, national tests. : 13 Target 3. All your Grade 6 pupils pass the division, regional, national tests. 3.1 Schools Division Diagnostic Test 26-50 MPS Poor I point 51-65 MPS Fair 2 points 66-80 MPS Good 3 Points 81-90 MPS Very Good 4 Points Above 91 MPS Outstanding 5 Points 3.1 National achievement Tests : 14 3.1 National achievement Tests Mean Percentage Score 26-50 MPS Poor I point 51-65 MPS Fair 2 points 66-80 MPS Good 3 Points 81-90 MPS Very Good 4 Points Above 91 MPS Outstanding 5 Points Possible Documents : 15 Possible Documents School/Division Diagnostic Test Result National Achievement Test Results Specific Targets to be Accomplished (CONT.) : 16 Specific Targets to be Accomplished (CONT.) B. Health and Nutrition Targets: Target 4. All your pupils are well nourished. : 17 Target 4. All your pupils are well nourished. 26-50 % Poor I point 51-65 % Fair 2 points 66-80 % Good 3 Points 81-90 % Very Good 4 Points Above 91 % Outstanding 5 Points Slide 18: 18 THAT ENDS MY POWER POINT PRESENTATION Slide 19: 19 MABUHAY Prepared by: : 20 Prepared by: ANITA G. AURELIA MAED STUDENT You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.