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Participatory
bodies.AMPAS.
Andrea Martínez, Lola Ortega
María Lizán, Paola García
INTRODUCTION
Constitution
1912
Schools in all the Monarchy. Councils have practice and
families took some important decisi...
Second
Republic
• Provincial and local councils
• Right of parents to participate in school life
• Church is removed
Dicta...
AMPAS-DEFINITION
Is a partnership, nonprofit, formed
by mothers and fathers of sudents
from a non-University Educational
C...
RIGHTS
• Have a local
• Use the center and
their media
• Nominations of
schools councils
• Participation in the
PEC
• Part...
PRINCIPLES OR HALLMARKS OF A
CURRENTLY AMPA
To collaborate in the
realization of
complementary and
extracurricular
activit...
SERVICES AND GUIDELINES TO
INCORPORATE NEW FATHERS AND
MOTHERS TO PARTICIPATORY TASKS
Organization of
supplementary
and ex...
WHAT DOES SCHOOL COUNCIL MEAN?
Collegiate body of Government with participation of the
different members of the educationa...
OPERATION OF THE SCHOOL COUNCIL
or
The School Council shall
meet, at least once in the
trimester when the
Director of the ...
DOCUMENTS OF THE ESSENTIAL
CENTRE FOR THE AMPA
• WHAT DOES PEC MEAN? It is the document that contains the
principles of ed...
ANUAL GENERAL PROGRAMMING.
Is a proyect, something virtual. It can be real when we
reach to develop it and achieving the l...
CHARACTHERISTIC.
• Include the planification of all the academic activities are expected for this
school year.
• The Schoo...
Contents of AGP.
• School timetable.
• The educacional project.
• The order of the classroom.
• The different activities.
...
ANNUAL MEMORY.
We have to use the external and internal
conclusions for doing the memory of the
AGP.
The memory will be el...
ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION
RULES.
• Schools have autonomy for setting up their own rules.
• The cohabilitations´ rules are...
SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES.
These activities can be in school hours or not
(cultural tours, talks, workshops,…) as support
a...
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES.
These activities have to be out the school hours
and they are voluntary for the students ans
t...
SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.
• Competitions.
• School sports.
• Theatre.
• Excursions and coexistences.
• Lecture activities.
• Cul...
PARENTS´ PARTICIPATION.
Parents can participate in the School Council thanks the
AMPA.
Parents´ role is to say something p...
STATUTE’S MODEL OF AMPAS
CHAPTER I.NAME,GOALS AND RANGE.
• Article 1 . Stablish the correct way to name the asociation and...
Article 2. Explains the aims of the Asociation such as :
1. Assist the parents in
everything that
concerns about their
chi...
Article 5 . Directive Council will be the manager
to perform the contents in the statutes and
correct its mistakes or lack...
• Article 13. Functions of the Directive Council President :
b)Suggest
the
activities
plan
c) Tidy the
pays.
a) Convene
an...
• Article 14. The Secretary recibes the ingress requests, and
direct the administrative works.
• Arcticle 15. The treasure...
•CHAPTER III. GENERAL MEETING.
Article 17. General Meeting is the supreme body of the
Asociation and will meet when Direct...
Article 21. Agreements of the
Ordinary G.M. will be passed by simple majority.
Extraordinay G.M it will be necessary the...
• Article 18. G.M will meet Extraordinary when
dispositions require it or Directive Council agree to.
CHAPTER IV PARTNERS, THEY RIGHTS
AND OBLIGATIONS
•Article 22. Could be members of the Asociation
majority age people whose...
Article 25. Member’s rights:
 Participate in the activities and social
acts that Asociation organises
 Practise their ri...
Article 26.Member’s obligations:
Pay the entry
and periodic
fees
Perform the
obligations of
each position
that they have
A...
TRUE/FALSE
1. Wih the Second Repubic women had joined in Education.
2. The School Council is the maximum responsibility fo...
OPTION QUESTION
1. Church take part in Education with:
a) Plan of Public Instruction
b) Dictatorship
c) Both of them
2. Th...
3.Could be AMPA members :
• A) All majority age people
• B) Siblings of children that attend to that school
• C)All majori...
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  1. 1. Participatory bodies.AMPAS. Andrea Martínez, Lola Ortega María Lizán, Paola García
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Constitution 1912 Schools in all the Monarchy. Councils have practice and families took some important decisions. Plan of public instruction. 1836 Responsible: Mayor, alderman, pastor and 3 parents Moyano’s law Responsible: Governor, provincial deputy, a counselor, a person of staistics, a Professor, inspector, a church, 2 or more parents
  3. 3. Second Republic • Provincial and local councils • Right of parents to participate in school life • Church is removed Dictatorship • Re-establishing the above • Politicians, mayors and Church Democracy • LOE • A section to the social and educational role of the APAS.
  4. 4. AMPAS-DEFINITION Is a partnership, nonprofit, formed by mothers and fathers of sudents from a non-University Educational Center, whose purpose is the participate and intervene in the management of the Center, in order to improve education and achieve a climate of cohabitation in the same.
  5. 5. RIGHTS • Have a local • Use the center and their media • Nominations of schools councils • Participation in the PEC • Participate in assessments • Designate a representative FUNCTIONS • President • Vice President • Secretary • Secretary • Treasure • Vocals
  6. 6. PRINCIPLES OR HALLMARKS OF A CURRENTLY AMPA To collaborate in the realization of complementary and extracurricular activities planning centre To defend and promote the rights of children and girls globally and to the educational fact To inform and educate families on educational issues related to their sons and daughters
  7. 7. SERVICES AND GUIDELINES TO INCORPORATE NEW FATHERS AND MOTHERS TO PARTICIPATORY TASKS Organization of supplementary and extra- curricular activities Information sessions to guide parents
  8. 8. WHAT DOES SCHOOL COUNCIL MEAN? Collegiate body of Government with participation of the different members of the educational community of the Centre. It’s the maximum responsibility for the operation of the school institution. The Constitution of the School Council is mandatory in all centres sustained with public funds.
  9. 9. OPERATION OF THE SCHOOL COUNCIL or The School Council shall meet, at least once in the trimester when the Director of the Centre call it When it is asked for at least one-third of its members
  10. 10. DOCUMENTS OF THE ESSENTIAL CENTRE FOR THE AMPA • WHAT DOES PEC MEAN? It is the document that contains the principles of educational philosophy: objectives, priorities and guidelines. It must express the identity of the Centre. • WHO IT PRODUCES? It shall be prepared under the coordination of the management team with the participation of the educational community. • WHAT LIFE HAS IT? You don't have a limited validity although is convenient a periodic review.
  11. 11. ANUAL GENERAL PROGRAMMING. Is a proyect, something virtual. It can be real when we reach to develop it and achieving the lines, programmes an agreement that we have proposed.
  12. 12. CHARACTHERISTIC. • Include the planification of all the academic activities are expected for this school year. • The School Council has to approve and discussing it. • The Management equipment of the centre has to elaborate it at the begining of the School year. • It is a public document and has to be available for all the Educational Community.
  13. 13. Contents of AGP. • School timetable. • The educacional project. • The order of the classroom. • The different activities. • The economic budget.
  14. 14. ANNUAL MEMORY. We have to use the external and internal conclusions for doing the memory of the AGP. The memory will be elaborate by the Management equipment and aprobate by the School Council.
  15. 15. ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION RULES. • Schools have autonomy for setting up their own rules. • The cohabilitations´ rules are not external for the centre because they have been elaborated by the Educational Comunity. These rules are approbated by the School Council.
  16. 16. SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES. These activities can be in school hours or not (cultural tours, talks, workshops,…) as support and development within the curriculum. The AMPA can participate and colaborate. And these activities are obligatory.
  17. 17. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. These activities have to be out the school hours and they are voluntary for the students ans teachers. They are organizated by the AMPA and can be free or not.
  18. 18. SUPPORT ACTIVITIES. • Competitions. • School sports. • Theatre. • Excursions and coexistences. • Lecture activities. • Culture week • Escolar nwspaper.
  19. 19. PARENTS´ PARTICIPATION. Parents can participate in the School Council thanks the AMPA. Parents´ role is to say something posititive for improving the school life and for that reason their children can be happy in the School and enjoying the classes.
  20. 20. STATUTE’S MODEL OF AMPAS CHAPTER I.NAME,GOALS AND RANGE. • Article 1 . Stablish the correct way to name the asociation and the laws it is fixed to. AMPA is regulated by Organic Law of 2002
  21. 21. Article 2. Explains the aims of the Asociation such as : 1. Assist the parents in everything that concerns about their children’s education. 2.Promote the participation of the parents in the centre’s management. 3. Colaborate in the elaboration or modifying of the Reglamento de Régimen Interno 4. Develop family educational programmes for parents 5. Contribute to the running of the centre’s services.
  22. 22. Article 5 . Directive Council will be the manager to perform the contents in the statutes and correct its mistakes or lacks according with the legislation.
  23. 23. • Article 13. Functions of the Directive Council President : b)Suggest the activities plan c) Tidy the pays. a) Convene and end the sessions, direct the deals
  24. 24. • Article 14. The Secretary recibes the ingress requests, and direct the administrative works. • Arcticle 15. The treasurer directs the contability and manage the counts of the deposits and the social expenses. Collects the money.Formulates the anual budget of deposits and
  25. 25. •CHAPTER III. GENERAL MEETING. Article 17. General Meeting is the supreme body of the Asociation and will meet when Directive Council say it. It must be convocated : -one Ordinary session each year in the first three months of school to pass the General Plan of action of the Asociation.
  26. 26. Article 21. Agreements of the Ordinary G.M. will be passed by simple majority. Extraordinay G.M it will be necessary the favour vote of two of three parts.
  27. 27. • Article 18. G.M will meet Extraordinary when dispositions require it or Directive Council agree to.
  28. 28. CHAPTER IV PARTNERS, THEY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS •Article 22. Could be members of the Asociation majority age people whose kids are in the school and be passed by the D.C. •Article 23. They will have to require it to the President,the D.C must know it and G.M will pass it.
  29. 29. Article 25. Member’s rights:  Participate in the activities and social acts that Asociation organises  Practise their right of voice and vote in G.Ms  Be noun as member of D.C  Have an example of the statutes and knowledge of the agreements adopted by the directive bodies.
  30. 30. Article 26.Member’s obligations: Pay the entry and periodic fees Perform the obligations of each position that they have Achieve the rules. Arcticle 27. They could be penalaised by the D.C. (cancellation of their rights in a months or the expulsión)
  31. 31. TRUE/FALSE 1. Wih the Second Repubic women had joined in Education. 2. The School Council is the maximum responsibility for the operation of the school institution 3. General Meeting of AMPA is not the most important body in the Asociation. 4. The Secretary of AMPA recibes the ingress requests and directs the administrative works. 5. Parents can participate in the school council thanks the AMPA
  32. 32. OPTION QUESTION 1. Church take part in Education with: a) Plan of Public Instruction b) Dictatorship c) Both of them 2. The School Council should meet: a) At least once a trimester b) At least twice a trimester c) Both are false
  33. 33. 3.Could be AMPA members : • A) All majority age people • B) Siblings of children that attend to that school • C)All majority age people whose children attend at that school. 4. Supplementary activities in AMPA: a) Can be in school hours or not and are obligatory b) Are out the school hours and are voluntary c) Both are correct.

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