Day 1 Vision
The first half of the Day I is designed to prepare the trainers for the training by providing a general overview of the purpose, design and daily format of the training, schedule, expectations, outcomes, deliverables, and most importantly, establishing a positive, safe, and energized training environment.
Rights-Based and Inclusive Schools
It is a school that demonstrates and promotes and helps to monitor the rights and wellbeing of all children, regardless of their sex, physical, intellectual, emotional status, linguistic and social economic background. A rights-based and inclusive school respects and responds to diversity and ensures equal opportunity for all.
Characteristics of a Rights-Based Inclusive School:
Equal access to and enrollment of all children to the school
Equality in the learning process
Equality in the learning achievement
Elimination of stereotypes (equal representation of different characteristics by age, gender, disability, economic status in various committees of management, teachers, parents and learners)
Children with special education and learning needs getting assistance
Availability of students representative bodies (learner council)