Ms. Judelyn G. Taraya Ms. Lampel Cuarenta KINDER Ms. Edlen De Ocampo Mrs. Beril M. Desabille Mrs. Elizabeth N. Macaraeg Mrs. Ellaine C. Raon Mrs. Maribel Z. Labios GRADE 1 Mrs. Maricel P. Llano Mrs. Melane B. Celeste Ms. Roxan B. Zamora Mrs. Gina M. Cao Mrs. Melba T. Bustos GRADE 2 Mrs. Beril M. Desabille Mrs. Jasmin G. Chua Ms. Maricel D. Recto Mrs. Evelyn R. Jacosalem Mrs. Loreta C. Bation GRADE 3 Mrs. Marie Christine T. Manuel Dr. Delia C. Ms. Mylene B. Garcia, Mrs.Marissa G. CaubatMartin, Principal Asstant-to-the-Principal Mrs. Grace D. espena Mrs. Sheryl M. Corsiga Mrs. Rowena T. Bation GRADE 4 Mrs. Soledad D. Teodoro Mrs. Adalla C. Turlao Ms. Nelly P. Punsalan Mrs. Ruth M. Festejo Mrs. Janette D. Obana Mrs. Aurea M. Untalan GRADE 5 Mrs. Nena M. Bauson Mrs. Imelda M. Fajardo Mrs. Elizabeth P. Dagdag Mrs. Teresita C. Caisido Mrs. Irene J. Evangelista Mrs. Remigia C. Gajudo GRADE 6 Mrs. Marianita M. Gajudo Mrs. Mildred S. Lasdoce Mrs. Estrella E. Ares
VISION MISSIONBES: an advocate of the Instill among the pupils culture of excellence. the right values to live-by & strong desire for self- CORE improvement through ORGANIZATIONAL quality education. VALUES GOALS B- Balance To make every child (Maintaining healthy body, life and work.) functionally literate E- Efficiency through different school (Being efficient and effective in programs, projects and everything we do.) activities that will S- Service Excellence strengthen the multi- (Giving the best and world classservice to clientele and achieving intelligence of the pupils. positive results.)
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATA AREA (Source: Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Barangay Baesa was created in The leading economic More than 60% of the 1910 and was derived from a woman activities are factories, labor population are who was the first inhabitant of the general merchandise, below-average income place. This was once a forest with big trees and bamboos. According to and tracking. earner. history, in this forested place, there More than 70% of the lives a woman who lived alone, which population are mean “Babaeng Nag-iisa” in Tagalog, employed. which later on became “Baesa”. As others relayed; there was once a Spaniard who can not speak Tagalog well. That instead of saying “Babaeng Nag-iisa”, he pronounced it “BA-ISA.”ECONOMIC Until the present time, the place was called Baesa from its original word of "Ba-isa", except of its spelling which is “Baesa.” Baesa was once a part of Caloocan, but when Quezon City was created, some of its parts were sliced to form part of Quezon City, including which is now Barangay Baesa. Until it was developed, and became the center of business entities. All the farms that were once tilled by the farmers were converted into subdivisions.
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATAAREA (Source: Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Baesa was divided in 3 different More that 70% of the Around sixty percent barangays: Barangay Baesa- population are (60%) of its population reparo or Brgy. 161 wherein the employed and have are considered poor Baesa Elementary School situated resources to send their wherein thirty percent has a total population of 7,411, the children to school. (30%) are indigents. Barangay 160 or Baesa-Libis has 15,019 total population, while the There are many big part is Barangay Baesa located industries that can be in Quezon City, has a total tapped as potential population of 55,792. partners.SOCIAL There are several schools, The development in the hospital and private schools barangay’s economy within the Barangay Baesa. will result to increase support/allocation for education The barangay offers different social services to its constituent such as Supplementary Feeding, Day caree Centers, Elderly and GAD Advocay Program
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATA AREA (Source: Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Baesa Elementary School was The Barangay 161 The barangay officials located in Barangay 161 headed by initiates projects for belong to opposing Captain Teotimo DG. Gajudo. the schools e.g Clean political parties and Green, fogging, Different committees were and trimming of trees. created to cater the needs of its constituents and maintain peace and order.POLITICAL
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATA AREA (Source: Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Barangay Baesa was a highly The barangay ensures The constituents urbanized area contains all types of regular collection of including the BES air pollutants due to different garbage . Pupils are prone to industries/factories, and motor disease or illness due to vehicles that passed by the areas. Provision of trash bins air and water pollution. The barangay’s shares rivers and that promote segregation streams with other localities are of garbage Rampant water physically apparent of contamination pollution is observable The soil that covers 90% of the total Project Recom promotes in the riverside. land area of the barangay are light school cleanliness, gulayan reddish brown to bright reddish sa paaralan , and the brown in color. The surface and establishment of aECOLOGICAL subsoil are friable and granular in Materials Recovery structure. Facility (MRF) in schools The Solid Waste Management in the baranagay is presently under the supervision of the Environmental Sanitation Services (ESS). The major services are door to door collection, station to station collection and regular street cleaning. Along with these services, ESS also implements different cleaning and environmental projects
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATA AREA (Source: Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS The road network system serving The barangay hall and Barangay 161, wherein Baesa its schools are accessible. More pupils were Elementary School is located are hooked in computer Baesa Road and Reparo Service Efficiency in the delivery games. Road. of services, monitoring, and evaluation There is no provision Tricycles and jeepneys are the for technical assistance mode of transportation in the Efficiency in the transfer and maintenance barangay. and retrieval of information. MERALCO is the source of electricity, hence MAYNILAD isTECHNOLOGICAL the water services system in the barangay. PLDT has the most franchised telecommunication in the area. Government and private offices have access to the internet. Most schools have technological equipment like computers and IWB
INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX DATA AREA 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013Basic Inputs Ratio Ratio Ratio Teachers 36 1:44 36 1:47 34 1:48Classrooms 17 1:46 18 1:47 22 1:37 Seats 1,175 1:1 848 1:2 848 1:2 WatSan Facility 7 1:225 30 1:56 24 1:68
Strengths Weaknesses•The School ranked 4 in the •There was no Kinder teacherDivision during 2012 NAT item allotted in the school. Grade 6.•The number of teacher to student •Insufficient learning materials inratio is within the standard of 1:45- the school library.50.• There are enough number of •Lack of teachers due toseats in every classroom. retirement.• The LGU allots a budget inconstruction of school covered-court.• More than 75% of the pupils whoare enrolled are within the targetage bracket.•The textbook to pupil ratio is 1:1.•There is available internet accessin the school.•New classrooms were built andready- to-used.
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS CRITICAL STRATEGY/ ISSUES TARGETS PAPs (Access) STRATEGIES Projection of enrolment per Classroom ratio Early Registration grade level is 1:45-50 pupils Program• Congestion Prioritize students from the catchment areas.
SITUATIONAL ANALYSISCRITICAL ISSUES STRATEGY/ TARGETS PAPs (Quality) STRATEGIES Kalinga sa Bata Feeding the indigent pupils Raised by 2% of Program With healthy and nutritious foods pupil performance in all learning areas Enrichment Program Enrichment activity to fast learnerLOW PERFORMANCE 100% of pupilsLEVEL IN THE FIVE improved their study Lingap Mag-aaral Remedial program conductedLEARNING ARES habits Program by master teachers Non-readers Partnership with Tutok-Turo Engaging time on task Poor comprehension school and home Absenteeism Perfect Attendance Giving ribbons and certificates Poor study habits awards to pupils with perfect Less support from attendance parents or guardians Kaagapay Ka, Magulang`Program Conference with parents regarding pupils attitudes and behaviors.
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS CRITICAL ISSUES STRATEGY/ TARGETS PAPs (Efficiency) STRATEGIES Monitor daily Zero Drop-out attendance of pupils Child Friendly School Giving ribbons and Zero (0) number of drop Program recognition on pupils HIGH DROP-OUT RATE outs by 2016 Gender and who have perfect Development attendance Advocacy Strengthen School Education for All feeding program Policy CRITICAL ISSUES STRATEGY/ TARGETS PAPs (Governance) STRATEGIES •Provide continuous Conduct seminars 100% effective and• Effective and Efficient capability building of and workshops on efficient implementation of School Schools Heads and key SBM implementation of SBM Based Management school personnel on SBM -Update entries in the e - Conduct ICT• Effective and Efficient -Accurate and up to BEIS training and seminar eBEIS date e BEIS - continuous capability for eBEIS training of eBEIS in charge
S-O (How can strengths be W-O (How can weaknesses beemployed to take overcome to take advantage of oradvantage of the exploit the opportunities?)opportunities?)Strategic Options Strategic Options-Strengthen partnership with - Involve the external stakeholders in schoolexternal stakeholders Programs & Projects - Strengthen school rules and - Strengthen Adopt-a-school programpolicies to cater the needs of thelearners - Strengthen school rules and policies to raise-create more Programs & Projects learners’ academic performancethat will sharpen the multi-intelligence of the pupils
S-T (How can strengths be W-T (How can weaknesses beused to counteract threats overcome to counteract threats andin order to take take advantage/exploit theadvantage/exploit the opportunities?)opportunities?) Strategic OptionsStrategic Options -Strengthen partnership with external stakeholders -Strengthen partnership with external stakeholders -Strengthen NAT Review -Strengthen school policy -Strengthen K to12 Program formulation and implementation to address needs -Strengthen Education for All (EFA) policy -Adopt Child Friendly School Program -Improve school rules and policy