Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Child safety awareness programme in schools in A.P on 11.10.2017-Certain instructions,Rc.128 Dt.4/10/117

Kailash Satyarthi Children's foundation-Child safety awareness programme in schools in A.P on 11.10.2017-Certain instructions issued.
The immediate attention of all the District Educational Officers iinvited to the subject cited.  You might be aware of Kailash Satyarthi Children'Foundation(KSCF) being run under the leadership of Sri Kailash Satyarthi,  a child  rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize  winner 2014,  for the safety of children. The foundation,  in  the reference read abovehas alarmed us on the increasing cases of sexual abuse against children over the years with devastating effects on children.
Recognizing the urgent need to mobilize action against sexual abuse of children and  thereby  to  Make  India  Safe  Again  for  Children,  Nobel  Laureate  Shri  Kailash Satyarthi is currently undertaking Bharath Yatra covering 11.00   kms across 22 states of the country.
As a part of Bharath YatraShri Kailash Satyarthi will conduct a class of 11,000 children to  sensitize  and  educate them  on sexual  abuse and  its prevention on  11
Oct'17. As a commitment towards children of our state,  it is requested by the foundation to express solidarity towards the cause.
 In this context,  it is decided to conduct similar classes in our state on the same day  i.e  on  11   Oct'17  between  9.30  AM  to  10.30  AM  and strengthen their  support towards the protection of children from sexual abuse and exploitation. Teaching material supplied by the foundation for schools is herewith enclosed with these progs.

Hence you are requested to issue the guidelines given below to all the  Head Masters   of   Primary Upper   Primary  and   High   Schools  covering   all   types   of managements (MP/ZP/Municipal/Govt/APSWRS/APTWRS/APMS/KGBV/Pvt.Aided/Un aided etc)

1.       Circulate  the soft copies of Teaching material to all schools through MEOs, H.Ms, Complex H.Ms  well in advance to ensure well preparation for the class to be conducted on 11.10.17
2.       Instruct all the H.Ms  concerned to conduct Child Safety Awareness classes in their schools from 9.30  AM to 10.30 AM as detailed below.



TYPE  OF SCHOOL
CLASSES  TO CLUB
High              Schools/High

Schools  with +2 classes
VI to VIII - One Group

IX  to XI  -  One Group
Upper Primary  Schools
 to V -  One Group

VI to VIII - One Group
Primary  School
 to V -  One Group



3.  Teachers   should  go  through  contents  of the  KSCF  material  received  well   in advance  and prepare for the class to bring awareness  among the children.
4.    Conduct  classes  as  per  the  steps  prescribed.    Interact  with  children  with  the

help of questions  given and also  conduct  quiz  as described.

5.    H.Ms    shall   take  the  photograph of the  event  and  preserve  them  for  future communication purpose.
6.  The regular  class works  can be carried  out as per the time table  after the Child


Safety Awareness  class is  completed.

CHILD SAFE GUARDING LESSON
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
Wednesday, October 11, 2017

BACKGROUND AND INTENT
Cases of sexual abuse against children have increased over the years with devastating effects on children. Children feel significant distress and display a wide range of psychological symptoms, both short- and long-term. They feel powerless, ashamed, and distrustful of others. Recognising the urgent need to mobilise action against sexual abuse of children and thereby to Make India Safe Again for Children, Nobel Peace Laureate ShriKailashSatyarthi, the Satyarthi Movement and the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation is currently undertaking Bharat Yatra.

The Bharat Yatra (India March) is a clarion call to Make India Safe for Children by initiating a mass movement calling upon each citizen to take urgent action to break the unacceptable silence and aloofness that surrounds the sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of children every day. Flagged from southernmost tip of the country, Kanyakumari on September 11, 2017, the Yatra will cover 11,000 kms across 22 states with the aim to sensitize and engage more than one crore people to pledge against the menace of violence against children.

PURPOSE BEHIND THE LESSON
Acknowledging that there is great paucity of information, knowledge and understanding regarding child protection in India, there is an urgent need for children to become empowered, so that they can protect themselves and other children. Rooted in the idea that India needs a radical, social revolution so it can transform into a child-friendly country where every child is free, safe, educated and healthy, the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation has developed a thirty minutes module on child sexual abuse to be delivered to children across the country by their respective school teachers. The module is based on the primary tenets of child protection with a focus on sexual abuse and its prevention.

The Module has been developed for following three categories of classes:
Classes I-V (Children between 6 to 10 years of age)
Classes VI-VIII (Children between 11 to 13 years of age)
Classes IX – XII (Children between 14 to 18 years of age)

The Module focuses on basic skills children should know in order to protect them from abuse. It also includes some key elements of the principal law in the country to address child sexual abuse – Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.

The Module for the three age groups is attached.
BACKGROUND AND INTENT
Cases of sexual abuse against children have increased over the years with devastating effects on children. Children feel significant distress and display a wide range of psychological symptoms, both short- and long-term. They feel powerless, ashamed, and distrustful of others. Recognising the urgent need to mobilise action against sexual abuse of children and thereby to Make India Safe Again for Children, Nobel Peace Laureate ShriKailashSatyarthi, the Satyarthi Movement and the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation is currently undertaking Bharat Yatra. 

The Bharat Yatra (India March) is a clarion call to Make India Safe for Children by initiating a mass movement calling upon each citizen to take urgent action to break the unacceptable silence and aloofness that surrounds the sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of children every day. Flagged from southernmost tip of the country, Kanyakumari on September 11, 2017, the Yatra will cover 11,000 kms across 22 states with the aim to sensitize and engage more than one crore people to pledge against the menace of violence against children.

PURPOSE BEHIND THE LESSON
Acknowledging that there is great paucity of information, knowledge and understanding regarding child protection in India, there is an urgent need for children to become empowered, so that they can protect themselves and other children. Rooted in the idea that India needs a radical, social revolution so it can transform into a child-friendly country where every child is free, safe, educated and healthy, the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation has developed a thirty minutes module on child sexual abuse to be delivered to children across the country by their respective school teachers. The module is based on the primary tenets of child protection with a focus on sexual abuse and its prevention. 

The Module has been developed for following three categories of classes:
Classes I-V (Children between 6 to 10 years of age)
Classes VI-VIII (Children between 11 to 13 years of age)
Classes IX – XII (Children between 14 to 18 years of age)

The Module focuses on basic skills children should know in order to protect them from abuse. It also includes some key elements of the principal law in the country to address child sexual abuse – Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.

The Module for the three age groups is attached.
BACKGROUND AND INTENT
Cases of sexual abuse against children have increased over the years with devastating effects on children. Children feel significant distress and display a wide range of psychological symptoms, both short- and long-term. They feel powerless, ashamed, and distrustful of others. Recognising the urgent need to mobilise action against sexual abuse of children and thereby to Make India Safe Again for Children, Nobel Peace Laureate ShriKailashSatyarthi, the Satyarthi Movement and the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation is currently undertaking Bharat Yatra. 

The Bharat Yatra (India March) is a clarion call to Make India Safe for Children by initiating a mass movement calling upon each citizen to take urgent action to break the unacceptable silence and aloofness that surrounds the sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of children every day. Flagged from southernmost tip of the country, Kanyakumari on September 11, 2017, the Yatra will cover 11,000 kms across 22 states with the aim to sensitize and engage more than one crore people to pledge against the menace of violence against children.

PURPOSE BEHIND THE LESSON
Acknowledging that there is great paucity of information, knowledge and understanding regarding child protection in India, there is an urgent need for children to become empowered, so that they can protect themselves and other children. Rooted in the idea that India needs a radical, social revolution so it can transform into a child-friendly country where every child is free, safe, educated and healthy, the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation has developed a thirty minutes module on child sexual abuse to be delivered to children across the country by their respective school teachers. The module is based on the primary tenets of child protection with a focus on sexual abuse and its prevention. 

The Module has been developed for following three categories of classes:
Classes I-V (Children between 6 to 10 years of age)
Classes VI-VIII (Children between 11 to 13 years of age)
Classes IX – XII (Children between 14 to 18 years of age)

The Module focuses on basic skills children should know in order to protect them from abuse. It also includes some key elements of the principal law in the country to address child sexual abuse – Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.

The Module for the three age groups is attached.
BACKGROUND AND INTENT
Cases of sexual abuse against children have increased over the years with devastating effects on children. Children feel significant distress and display a wide range of psychological symptoms, both short- and long-term. They feel powerless, ashamed, and distrustful of others. Recognising the urgent need to mobilise action against sexual abuse of children and thereby to Make India Safe Again for Children, Nobel Peace Laureate ShriKailashSatyarthi, the Satyarthi Movement and the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation is currently undertaking Bharat Yatra. 

The Bharat Yatra (India March) is a clarion call to Make India Safe for Children by initiating a mass movement calling upon each citizen to take urgent action to break the unacceptable silence and aloofness that surrounds the sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of children every day. Flagged from southernmost tip of the country, Kanyakumari on September 11, 2017, the Yatra will cover 11,000 kms across 22 states with the aim to sensitize and engage more than one crore people to pledge against the menace of violence against children.

PURPOSE BEHIND THE LESSON
Acknowledging that there is great paucity of information, knowledge and understanding regarding child protection in India, there is an urgent need for children to become empowered, so that they can protect themselves and other children. Rooted in the idea that India needs a radical, social revolution so it can transform into a child-friendly country where every child is free, safe, educated and healthy, the KailashSatyarthi Children’s Foundation has developed a thirty minutes module on child sexual abuse to be delivered to children across the country by their respective school teachers. The module is based on the primary tenets of child protection with a focus on sexual abuse and its prevention. 

The Module has been developed for following three categories of classes:
Classes I-V (Children between 6 to 10 years of age)
Classes VI-VIII (Children between 11 to 13 years of age)
Classes IX – XII (Children between 14 to 18 years of age)

The Module focuses on basic skills children should know in order to protect them from abuse. It also includes some key elements of the principal law in the country to address child sexual abuse – Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.

The Module for the three age groups is attached.


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