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PART IV.

CATEGORIZING YOUR SCHOOL


CARANIOGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
S.Y. 2012-2013
PART 1. CHECKLIST
Please see how many action items intend under each goal your school has accomplished or is doing on a regular basis.
Circle the number before each item if you achieved this. Add up and write your total at the box after each goal.
By checking what your school already has and what it is doing regularly you will be able to track your progress towards
becoming a child-friendly school.
GOAL 1: Encourage CHILDRENS PARTICIP[ATION TO SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
1. Your school has a working student government.
2. Your school involves students in meetings and planning sessions that concern well being.
3. Your school encourages students to get involved in community work.
4. Your school has a mechanism such as a school publication, students bulletin board or opinion box-for pupils
to express their opinions about school and community issues.
Total for Goal 1 2

GOAL 2: Enhance childrens health and well being
1. Your school maintains and regularly updates a health record of each student.
2. Your school holds annual weighing and health examination of your pupils.
3. Your school holds annual dental examination of your pupils.
4. Your school treats pupils with decayed teeth.
5. Your school has a feeding program for malnourished children.
6. Your school serves or sells healthy and nutritious food in your premises.
7. Your school practices proper water disposal.
8. Your school had a steady of supply of clean and safe drinking water.
9. Your school has separate toilet facilities for boys and girls consisting of urinals and lavatories that are
regularly maintained and keep clean.
10. Your school has a functional clinic or refers to the health centre or other doctors pupils health problems.
Total for Goal 2 7

GOAL 3: GUARANTEE SAFE AND PROTECTIVE SPACES FOR CHILDREN
1. Your classrooms have proper ventilation and lighting and enough space for 45-50 pupils.
2. Your classrooms desks and other furniture are sized to the age of pupils. In the case of shared desks, each
pupil has enough space to do seatwork.
3. Your classrooms layout and furniture allow pupils to interact and do group work.
4. Your classrooms have a bulletin board or a corner that displays helpful learning materials such as posters,
illustrations, newspaper and magazine clippings, and your pupils owns works.
5. Your classrooms facilities and premises are regularly maintained and kept clean.
6. Your school has a library for reading and for study.
7. Your school has facilities and equipments for recreation and sports.
8. Your school has sufficient lawn space and vegetation.
9. Your school has duly assigned personnel in charge of securing its premises, its properties and those of its
pupils and teachers.
10. Your school coordinates with the barangay and local authorities to ensure the safety and protection of your
pupils.
11. Your school has a policy against discrimination with regard to gender, cultural origin, social status, religious
belief and others.
12. Your school has a program for children with special needs.
13. Your teacher use non- threatening styles or discipline.
Total for Goal 3 7

GOAL 4: ENCOURAGE ENROLLMENT AND COMPLETION
1. Your school has master list of all school age in the community, whether enrolled or not.
2. Your school regularly coordinates with the local barangay council to identify school age children who are put
of school, for the purpose of bringing them to school.
3. Your school conducts campaigns to encourage parents to enroll their children.
4. Your school has a system to regularly check on the attendance of its pupils and address problems concerning
non-attendance.
Total for Goal 4 4

GOAL 5: ENSURE CHILDRENS HIGH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS
1. Your school has a clear vision/mission statement that is prominently displayed and adequately explained to
all school personnel.
2. The principal and teachers are familiar with child-center and child-friendly principles.
3. Your school provides each student a complete set of textbooks
4. Teachers regularly prepare their lesson plans.
5. Your school encourages and promotes cooperative and hand on learning
6. The principal has a set of data on the schools past three years performance in the division, regional or
national tests for the purpose of improving its current year performance.
7. Teachers regularly monitor and assess their pupils academic performance with the view of improving their
performance.
Total for Goal 5 5
GOAL 6: RAISE TEACHERS MORALE AND MOTIVATION
1. Teachers undergo continuing advanced professional training at least once a year.
2. Teachers are regularly trained in new and effective teacher learning strategies.
3. Teachers have their own lounge and/ or work area
4. Teachers are given annual medical checkup.
5. The principal provides strong direction and leadership guided by a written supervisory plan.
6. Teachers support their co-teachers by sharing teaching techniques and experiences
7. Your school provides annual medical examinations to your teachers and other staff.
Total for Goal 6 4
GOAL 7: MOBILIZE COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR EDUCATION
1. Your school has a Parent Teacher-Community Association (PTCA) that has eleceted leaders, meets regularly
and has a written plan of action
2. Your school coordinates with the barangay and local institutions to enroll illiterate parents in literacy
programs.
3. Your school takes the lead in conducting literacy programs for illiterate parents.
4. Your school enlists the support of community organizations to raise funds and resources for learning.
5. Your school invites parents to discuss with your teachers the learning experiences and progress of their
children.
6. Your school consult parents in the drafting of its policies and in the planning and implementation of school
activities
7. Your school coordinates with barangay institution, BCPC to identify children who are physically or sexually
abused or are made to do hard physical labor, for the prupose of identifying their special needs.
Total for Goal 7 2











PART II. ACCOMPLISHING TARGETS

The following section focuses on targets for schools in the areas of enrolment, learning achievement and health and
nutrition. Please measure how far has your school progressed in accomplishing the following targets.
TARGET 1: All children 6-12 years old in your community are in school

BELOW 79 % Poor 1 points
79-82 % Fair 2 points
82-87% Good 3 points
87-92% Very Good 4 points /
ABOVE 92 % Outstanding 5 points


TARGET 2: All children in your school who enrolled in Grade I, six years ago finish Grade 6.
BELOW 59% Poor 1 points
59-65 % Fair 2 points
65-70% Good 3 points
70-79% Very Good 4 points /
ABOVE 79 % Outstanding 5 points
TARGET 3: All Grade 6 pupils pass the schools division and national tests (Mean Percentage Score)
SCHOOLS DIVISION DIAGNOSTIC TEST
26-50 MPS Poor 1 points
51-65 MPS Fair 2 points
66-80 MPS Good 3 points
81-90 MPS Very Good 4 points /
91 MPS Outstanding 5 points

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TESTS

26-50 MPS Poor 1 points
51-65 MPS Fair 2 points
66-80 MPS Good 3 points /
81-90 MPS Very Good 4 points
91 MPS Outstanding 5 points

B. HEALTH TARGETS
TARGET 4: All your students are well nourished
26-50 % Poor 1 points
51-70 % Fair 2 points
71-80 % Good 3 points
81-90 % Very Good 4 points /
91 and ABOVE Outstanding 5 points
TARGET 5: All your pupils are healthy
26-50 % Poor 1 points
51-70 % Fair 2 points
71-80 % Good 3 points
81-90 % Very Good 4 points /
91 and ABOVE Outstanding 5 points
TARGET 6: All your pupils have good dental health
26-50 % Poor 1 points
51-70 % Fair 2 points
71-80 % Good 3 points /
81-90 % Very Good 4 points
91 and ABOVE Outstanding 5 points




PART III. SCORING

Please tally your score from Parts I and Parts II

Part 1 SCORES
The seven Child Friendly goals

1. Encourage childrens participation in school and community 2
2. Enhance childrens health and well being 7
3. Guarantee safe and productive spaces for children 7
4. Encourages enrolment and completion 4
5. Ensure childrens high academic achievement and success 5
6. Raise teachers morale and motivation 4
7. Mobilize community support for education 2
TOTAL 31


Part II SCORES
ACHIEVING Targets

1. All children 6-12 years old are enrolled in school 4
2. All children who enroll in Grade I finish Grade 6 4
3. All grade 6 pupils pass School Division Diagnostic Test 3
4. All grade 6 pupils pass National Achievement Test 3
5. All pupils are well nourished 4
6. All pupils are healthy 4
7. All pupils have good dental health 3
TOTAL 27

GRAND TOTAL
Overall Score
A+B
Total Points
Maximum
Possible points
Part 1 + Part II (A+B) 31 + 27 58
Divide C by 87 58 / 87 67%

PART IV. CATEGORIZING YOUR SCHOOL
Now that you have calculated your score you can see which category of Child-Friendliness your school falls into.
Percent
Achieved
Category Description
91-100 % Model School An outstanding CF school which could serve as model or a
demonstration site for other schools to learn from.
71-90 % Established A CF school that has implemented many of the core principles and
goals but with some room for improvement.
51-70 % Developing Stage A CF school that is showing substantial progress from the
beginning stage but needs to deepen the CFSS practices and could
learn from established or model CF schools.
Below 50 % Beginning Stage A CF school that needs to establish basic principle[les and practices
of the Child Friendly School System, in collaboration with the
children and parents/community members.

Remember: A low score is not a sign of failure, rather it is a way of determining what action needs to be taken by a
school to progress further towards becoming a child-friendly school.