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NOT IN OUR SCHOOL

Anti-Bullying Campaign
with Chris Tiu.mp4
CHILD PROTECTION
POLICY
A young boy of 10 years old forgets to
do his homework. His adviser punishes him
by asking the boy to come to the front of
the class. While standing in front of the
class, the teacher scolds the boy by calling
him names such as lazy, stupid and that
he will never amount to anything in life.
The boy feels embarrassed. He returns to
his seat and sits there in silence.
A teacher asks one of his female students to
stay after the class so that he can give her
extra math lessons to help her with her dream in
becoming a good statistician. She then excelled
in the said subject. The girl is very happy about
the extra attention. Then one day, the teacher
tells the girl they have become very close and
that she needs to have sex with him otherwise
he will stop teaching her and he will fail her in
Math. She wont get the scholarship in a
university so she agreed to his conditions.
An eight year old boy who has the habit of
misbehaving has accidentally spilled water on
his teachers class record book while his teacher
is writing on it. Furious, the teacher hits the
student with the record book and shouts at the
boy in front of the class. The boy made a funny
face by sticking his tongue out towards the
teacher. The teacher pushed the boy to his seat
and slap him left and right on the face. The
class just sat there in silence.
Present the scenario you are assigned
through role play.
Reenact the whole scenario but present it in
a way you think is the appropriate response
of the lead characters.
The leader of the group should explain in the
end why your group chose that kind of
approach/disciplinary measure.
CHILD PROTECTION
POLICY
To improve understanding of child protection, its
policies and implications to the school system
To gain skills in upholding childrens rights
To strengthen the ability to identify child
protection issues without stigmatizing or
targeting the child
To utilize a holistic framework when responding
to child protection
To develop alternative responses in imposing
child discipline without defying the Child
Protection Policy
Be able to define child protection in a holistic manner
and give examples of child protection issues within
the school system;
Become aware of existing laws and policies
governing child abuse so as not to violate it hence
protecting your professional career;
Create a protective environment for the school-aged
children;
Effectively respond therapeutically in disciplining
children with behavioral issues;
Be fully aware of the importance of responding to the
needs of children at risk of being abused, neglected
and exploited.
24Oras Gurong minura
sinampal at binato ng upuan
ang isang estudyante
iniimbestigahan ng
DepEd.mp4
Report on the Incidence of Bullying in Schools

2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016


CAR 78 465 764
NCR 561 195 2894
I 89 1474 2217
II 75 1044 1854
III 16 62 10235
IV-A 143 976 1714
IV-B 16 1171 1277
V 10 704 716
VI 37 2795 944
VII 8 91 990
VIII 47 291 974
IX 0 0 0
X 30 560 1104
XI 44 555 1405
XII 36 510 1735
XIII 0 555 900
Total 1190 10339 29723
Report on the Incidence of Child Abuse in Schools

2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016


CAR 61 36 73
NCR 182 1428 316
I 28 167 243
II 19 65 62
III 26 492 5617
IV-A 59 80 131
IV-B 10 20 14
V 12 156 --
VI 25 35 27
VII 26 32 64
VIII 17 11 150
IX 14 74 --
X 5 74 35
XI 23 18 243
XII 9 0 316
XIII 5 18 267
Total 521 2706 7558
DepEd Order No. 40, s. 2012 (CPP)
DepEd Memo No. 153, s. 2013 (NTOT)
Republic Act 10627 and its IRR thru DepEd
Order No. 55, s. 2013 (Anti-Bullying Act)
DepEd Order No. 18, s. 2015 (Management of
CAR & CICL)
DepEd Memo No. 131, s. 2016 (Training and
Designation of Child Protection Specialists)

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THE RIGHT TO
BEST INTEREST LIFE, SURVIVAL
OF THE CHILD AND
DEVELOPMENT

NON- THE RIGHT TO BE


DISCRIMINATION HEARD AND TO
PARTICIPATE
(Art. XV. Sec. 3[2])
The State shall protect the right of children to:
-assistance, including
-proper care and nutrition, and
-special protection from all forms of neglect,
abuse, cruelty, exploitation and other conditions
prejudicial to their development.
All educational institutions shall, among others:

-foster love for humanity and respect for human


rights

-teach the rights and duties of citizenship

-develop moral character and personal discipline


Article 218, 220, 233 and PD 603

Gives the school, its administrators and


teachers, or the individual, entity or
institution engaged in child care the
special parental authority and
responsibility over the minor child
while under their supervision, instruction
or custody.
Art. VIII
Sec. 2 A teacher shall recognize that the interest and
welfare of learners are of first and foremost concern,
and shall deal justifiably and impartially with each of
them.
Sec. 8 A teacher shall not inflict corporal punishment on
offending learners nor make deductions from their
scholastic ratings as a punishment for acts which are
clearly not manifestation of poor scholarship
WHO THE GROUP ACTUALLY REPRESENTS:

GROUP 1: Represents the children who need


protection
GROUP 2: Represents adults who are doing their best
to protect the children
GROUP 3: Represents those who have no
regard for the childrens rights, they represent the
abusers
GROUP 4: Represents the people who just watch there
and do nothing
FOR THE CHILDREN (GROUP1)
They need to know whats happening
Some may have the skills to resist but
others are vulnerable
All children should develop skills to
protect themselves but they are not
responsible for their own protection.
FOR THE PROTECTORS (GROUP 2)
They need to know what was going on.
They need to combine forces and protect
as a group not just as individuals.
They need to know the tactics of those
who intentionally abuse children or need
to know how children become more
vulnerable.
FOR THE ABUSERS (GROUP 3)
They need to know that their
behavior is not acceptable.
They need to know their actions make
children more vulnerable.
FOR THE OBSERVERS (GROUP 4)
They must actively participate in
protection and not just observe.
They need to know how to recognize
protection problems and how when
they should respond.
Refers to programs, services,
procedures and structures that are
intended to prevent and respond to
abuse, neglect, exploitation,
discrimination and violence
VIOLENCE
CHILD AGAINST
ABUSE CHILDREN IN
SCHOOLS
CHILD CORPORAL
EXPLOITATION PUNISHMENT

BULLYING
DISCRIMINATION AND PEER
ABUSE
OTHER
ANALOGOUS
ACTS
PHYSICAL

PSYCHOLOGICAL NEGLECT AND


CRUELTY

CHILD
ABUSE
EMOTIONAL DEGRADES
DIGNITY

SEXUAL
PHYSICAL

DAMAGE TO WRITTEN OR
VICTIM'S VERBAL
PSYCHE

BULLYING
EMOTIONAL CYBER-
DISTRESS BULLYING

SEXUAL
SCHOOL HEAD/
ADMINISTRATOR
Chairperson

REPRESENTATIVE OF GUIDANCE
PARENTS COUNSELOR/TEACHER
Member Vice Chairperson

Child
Protection
Committee
REPRESENTATIVE OF REPRESENTATIVE OF
PUPILS, STUDENTS & THE TEACHERS
LEARNERS
Member Member

REPRESENTATIVE OF
THE COMMUNITY
Member
Complaint

School Schools Division


head/Principal Superintendent

Disciplining
authority Within 48 hours

If subject is a If subject is a non-


teaching personnel teaching personnel

Not later
Regional Office orders a Schools Division Office orders a
than 72
fact finding investigation fact finding investigation
hours

Re-assignment Formal
Filing of Investigation -
Administrative Resolution/
Case Preventive
suspension Decision
Being abused
Being exploited sexually or economically
Being abandoned or neglected
Coming from dysfunctional or broken family
Being out of school
Being a street child
Being a member of a gang
Living in community with high level of criminality/drug
abuse
Living in situations of armed conflict
Refers to a child who is alleged as
accused of, or adjudged as,
having committed an offense
under Philippine laws
SERIOUS CRIMES UNDER SECTION 20-A
OF
RA 9344 as amended

Parricide Offenses under RA 9165


Murder (Dangerous Drugs Act of
Infanticide 2002) punishable by more
Kidnapping and serious than 12 years
illegal detention where
victim is killed or raped
Robbery with homicide or
rape
Destructive arson
Rape
Carnapping where the driver
or occupant is raped or killed
Offenses Committed in School

UNDER COMPREHENSIVE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT OF


2002
If the offense is under the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs
Act of 2002, teachers or school employee or anybody
discovers or finds the offender in the school or within the
vicinity shall report the incident to the school head, who in
turn, shall report to the proper authorities.
POSITIVE AND NON-
VIOLENT TYPES OF
DISCIPLINARY
MEASURES
Make rigid demands -Offer choices

Belittle or ignore -Give praise or


compliments

Criticize & coerce - Offer encouragement

Nit-pick or nag -Overlook small


annoyance
React hastily & automatically -Deliberately ignore
provocations

Be stubborn & unbending -Reconsider the


situation

Punish -Point out natural or


logical consequences

Impose isolation -Provide renewal


time
Make authoritarian demands - Give hugs and
caring

Humiliate and impose guilt - Arrange


discussion among
the children

Lecture - Provide discussion


with an adult
When all else fails,

_without insulting or shaming the


child, speak to him in disappointed,
disapproving tones about what he did
that displeased you, why and tell him
what you expect next time;

_remove the child for a very short


time to give him a chance to settle
down and remember how to act right.
Above all, we must avoid VERBAL CHILD ABUSE.

threatening abandonment or loss of love by


parent, teacher, caregiver or God.

withholding appropriate emotional or


conversational response

frightening, humiliating, shaming, embarrassing,


ridiculing or insulting.
labeling the child as bad or naughty

disparaging remarks about race, religion,


family format, socio-economic label, etc.

threatening physical punishment of any type


WRAPPING UP
IT MAKES NO SENSE TO TALK ABOUT THE
IMPORTANCE OF SELF-ESTEEM WHILE
MAKING CHILDREN FEEL BAD ABOUT
THEMSELVES