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Sunday, January 07, 2018

New Deped Guidelines on School Field Trips


The moratorium on field trips and off-campus activities was lifted by the Department of Education (DepEd), likewise issued new implementing guidelines for private and public schools.   The guidelines, issued by Education Secretary Leonor Briones in the effect of  Department Order 66, states that it is to be implemented in support of the K to 12 curriculum.  Sponsored Links  The guidelines which all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are as follows:   1. Ensure relevance and alignment with the educational competencies of the K to 12 Curriculum and leadership development of learners.   2. Uphold child protection principles and that no learner shall be disadvantaged in any form;    3.Observe the safety and security protocols for all participants before, during and after the activity.    Vehicle inspection is also a must before any educational field trips commence.    The Department Order effectively repealed DepEd Memorandum No. 47 series of 2017, which took effect after a tragic bus accident in Rizal on February that killed 13 students including their teacher who were on a field trip, along with the driver.  The CHED had also earlier issued stricter guidelines for educational field trips, which included mandatory insurance for students, scrutinizing the vehicles to be used, and making the activities voluntary.  The memorandum stated that "Participation in all off-campus activities is voluntary. Under no circumstances shall of-campus activities place undue financial burden on the learners and their families. Teachers shall not charge their expenses to learners." DepEd also reiterated that field trips should not be used as a fund raising or to gain any profit. Source: GMA     Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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The moratorium on field trips and off-campus activities was lifted by the Department of Education (DepEd), likewise issued new implementing guidelines for private and public schools.

The guidelines, issued by Education Secretary Leonor Briones in the effect of  Department Order 66, states that it is to be implemented in support of the K to 12 curriculum.
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The guidelines which all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are as follows:

1. Ensure relevance and alignment with the educational competencies of the K to 12 Curriculum and leadership development of learners.

2. Uphold child protection principles and that no learner shall be disadvantaged in any form; 

3.Observe the safety and security protocols for all participants before, during and after the activity.


Vehicle inspection is also a must before any educational field trips commence.
The moratorium on field trips and off-campus activities was lifted by the Department of Education (DepEd), likewise issued new implementing guidelines for private and public schools.   The guidelines, issued by Education Secretary Leonor Briones in the effect of  Department Order 66, states that it is to be implemented in support of the K to 12 curriculum.  Sponsored Links  The guidelines which all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are as follows:   1. Ensure relevance and alignment with the educational competencies of the K to 12 Curriculum and leadership development of learners.   2. Uphold child protection principles and that no learner shall be disadvantaged in any form;    3.Observe the safety and security protocols for all participants before, during and after the activity.    Vehicle inspection is also a must before any educational field trips commence.    The Department Order effectively repealed DepEd Memorandum No. 47 series of 2017, which took effect after a tragic bus accident in Rizal on February that killed 13 students including their teacher who were on a field trip, along with the driver.  The CHED had also earlier issued stricter guidelines for educational field trips, which included mandatory insurance for students, scrutinizing the vehicles to be used, and making the activities voluntary.  The memorandum stated that "Participation in all off-campus activities is voluntary. Under no circumstances shall of-campus activities place undue financial burden on the learners and their families. Teachers shall not charge their expenses to learners." DepEd also reiterated that field trips should not be used as a fund raising or to gain any profit. Source: GMA     Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The Department Order effectively repealed DepEd Memorandum No. 47 series of 2017, which took effect after a tragic bus accident in Rizal on February that killed 13 students including their teacher who were on a field trip, along with the driver.

The CHED had also earlier issued stricter guidelines for educational field trips, which included mandatory insurance for students, scrutinizing the vehicles to be used, and making the activities voluntary.

The memorandum stated that "Participation in all off-campus activities is voluntary. Under no circumstances shall of-campus activities place undue financial burden on the learners and their families. Teachers shall not charge their expenses to learners."
DepEd also reiterated that field trips should not be used as a fund raising or to gain any profit.Source: GMA
The moratorium on field trips and off-campus activities was lifted by the Department of Education (DepEd), likewise issued new implementing guidelines for private and public schools.   The guidelines, issued by Education Secretary Leonor Briones in the effect of  Department Order 66, states that it is to be implemented in support of the K to 12 curriculum.  Sponsored Links  The guidelines which all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are as follows:   1. Ensure relevance and alignment with the educational competencies of the K to 12 Curriculum and leadership development of learners.   2. Uphold child protection principles and that no learner shall be disadvantaged in any form;    3.Observe the safety and security protocols for all participants before, during and after the activity.    Vehicle inspection is also a must before any educational field trips commence.    The Department Order effectively repealed DepEd Memorandum No. 47 series of 2017, which took effect after a tragic bus accident in Rizal on February that killed 13 students including their teacher who were on a field trip, along with the driver.  The CHED had also earlier issued stricter guidelines for educational field trips, which included mandatory insurance for students, scrutinizing the vehicles to be used, and making the activities voluntary.  The memorandum stated that "Participation in all off-campus activities is voluntary. Under no circumstances shall of-campus activities place undue financial burden on the learners and their families. Teachers shall not charge their expenses to learners." DepEd also reiterated that field trips should not be used as a fund raising or to gain any profit. Source: GMA     Advertisement  Read More:           ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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