Now how do we integrate school health? Health is comprehensive. It includes basic health, sanitation, hygiene, safety rules in school, nutrition
Total Integrated Development Approach to SIP
SIP Teachers’ Qualification & Attitude Active Learning Methods, Accompanied by Appropriate Learning/Teaching Aids Active Participation of Children & Parents in School Governance Safe, Sound, & Effective Learning Environment Relevant curriculum Empowered & Supportive School Leadership Acceptable Level of Government Budget Allocation/Strong Supervisory support Student preparedness SIP Octagon [ECE,QEE,QSE,ALS] Community, Parents, Children Participation
SIP and DRRR Understand hazards, vulnerability and capacity of the children and Community. DRR conscious. Involve children in SAPIME on disaster vulnerability, risks & capacities analysis in learning centers SIP [ECE,QEE,QSE,ALS] Community, Parents, Children Participation Learning centers should adhere to safety standards including the facilities, equipments, technologies and practices in the schools Interactive teaching methodology, skills-based education, learning materials on natural and human- induced hazards Emergency-related drills regularly conducted in learning centers (e.g. fire drills, earthquake drills, flood, disease outbreak preparation) Disaster risk management plan integrated in the school integrated plan before, during and after disasters Learning centers able to access calamity funds from LGUs and allocate calamity funds from the funds of the learning centers. Values in integrating DRR in all aspect of the subjects and activities in the schools bearing in mind that DRR is a major component in the school development plan.