Event Title

CHILD-FRIENDLY SCHOOL SYSTEM ON THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE: CFSS PROGRAM MODEL

Presenter Information

RIZALDY D. PEPITO

Session

Education and Development

Description

In 2008, Bayawan City Division started the implementation of the Child-Friendly School System and aspires to encourage the participation of children in school and community, enhances their health and well-being, assures safe and protective spaces for children, promotes enrolment and completion, ensures children's high academic achievement and success, raises teacher's morale and motivation and mobilizes community support for education. The researcher was therefore interested in conducting a study to assess the operation of a child-friendly school in the secondary schools of Bayawan City Division. This research utilized the descriptive-correlational design. It identifies and describes behaviors of the participants. Correlation research intends in determining the variables’ relationships and allows forecasting future events based from the present knowledge. The execution of the System for the Child-Friendly School of Bayawan City Division is successful in all twenty-six secondary schools. The school performance on the operation of the child-friendly school structure in terms of cohorts participation rate, cohorts survival rate, and the cohorts completion rate is outstanding while cohorts retention rate and cohorts repetition rate is very low. The level of implementation of the child-friendly school system in Bayawan City Division is well-implemented. The stakeholders have realized the importance of school facilities, interest, and attendance of students, complete family and the wise use of modern gadgets in the implementation of the child-friendly school system. Therefore it is recommended that; Bayawan City Division may conduct an annual dental check-up for all students and cater to dental needs, there must be a one to one ratio of textbook per student to increase the capacity of learning among students, there should have a list of students enrolled and not enrolled in the current year, as to make some interventions and programs for those who are not enrolled in formal education and design a child friendly school system model focusing on the least implemented areas.

Keywords:

child-friendly, children, community, school, performance, education, success

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.420

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CHILD-FRIENDLY SCHOOL SYSTEM ON THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE: CFSS PROGRAM MODEL

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

In 2008, Bayawan City Division started the implementation of the Child-Friendly School System and aspires to encourage the participation of children in school and community, enhances their health and well-being, assures safe and protective spaces for children, promotes enrolment and completion, ensures children's high academic achievement and success, raises teacher's morale and motivation and mobilizes community support for education. The researcher was therefore interested in conducting a study to assess the operation of a child-friendly school in the secondary schools of Bayawan City Division. This research utilized the descriptive-correlational design. It identifies and describes behaviors of the participants. Correlation research intends in determining the variables’ relationships and allows forecasting future events based from the present knowledge. The execution of the System for the Child-Friendly School of Bayawan City Division is successful in all twenty-six secondary schools. The school performance on the operation of the child-friendly school structure in terms of cohorts participation rate, cohorts survival rate, and the cohorts completion rate is outstanding while cohorts retention rate and cohorts repetition rate is very low. The level of implementation of the child-friendly school system in Bayawan City Division is well-implemented. The stakeholders have realized the importance of school facilities, interest, and attendance of students, complete family and the wise use of modern gadgets in the implementation of the child-friendly school system. Therefore it is recommended that; Bayawan City Division may conduct an annual dental check-up for all students and cater to dental needs, there must be a one to one ratio of textbook per student to increase the capacity of learning among students, there should have a list of students enrolled and not enrolled in the current year, as to make some interventions and programs for those who are not enrolled in formal education and design a child friendly school system model focusing on the least implemented areas.