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 Cross River says it is poised to ensure safe secured and friendly environment for learning in public and private schools with the adoption of rules and regulations for primary and secondary schools in the state The State Commissioner for Education Mr Godwin Amanke said this on Friday in Calabar at a town hall meeting and media dissemination of Rules and Regulation for Primary and Secondary Schools Amanke represented by the Permanent Secretary in the ministry Mrs Aniede Ekpenyong said that he deemed the move necessary as it was only a safe environment that the quality of teaching and learning could be guaranteed The commissioner commended the Society for Family Health SFH and UNESCO for strengthening skills and the enthronement of a productive learning environment in schools He noted that within and outside the school environment the child learner deserved the right to be protected from any form of physical sexual and emotional abuse There is no denying the fact that what makes for quality education anywhere in the world is not just the presence of grandiose structures and facilities Importantly the quality of teaching and learning within a safe secured and friendly environment devoid of any school related gender based violence makes for a quality education This therefore speaks to the importance of school rules and regulations as veritable tools for the smooth running of the school and for the overall interests and benefits of the learners he said Also UNESCO called for a proper implementation of the rules and regulations for the school system to function effectively Mrs Oyebukola Tomori Adeleye Programme Specialist UNESCO said the body remained passionate to ensuring the protection of the well being of the child Similarly the Society for Family Health SFH said that the formal adoption of the document followed three years of brainstorming by stakeholders in the education sector Mr Godpower Omoregie Practice Area Lead Tuberculosis and HIV at SFH listed the stakeholders to include the Ministry of Education in the state the Nigeria Union of Teachers UNESCO and SFH as well as the State Universal Basic Education He said only two states Cross River Kaduna as well as the Federal Capital Territory were involved in this phase of the project NewsSourceCredit NAN
C/River moves to ensure safe environment for learning in schools

Cross River

Cross River says it is poised to ensure safe, secured and friendly environment for learning in public and private schools with the adoption of rules and regulations for primary and secondary schools in the state.

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State Commissioner for Education

The State Commissioner for Education, Mr Godwin Amanke, said this  on Friday in Calabar at a town hall meeting and media dissemination of Rules and Regulation for Primary and Secondary Schools.

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Permanent Secretary

Amanke represented by the Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Mrs Aniede Ekpenyong, said that  he deemed the move necessary as it was only a safe environment that  the quality of teaching and learning could be guaranteed.

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Society for Family Health

The commissioner commended the Society for Family Health (SFH) and UNESCO for strengthening skills and  the enthronement of a productive learning environment in schools.

He noted that within and outside the school environment, the child learner deserved the right to be protected from any form of physical, sexual and emotional abuse.

“There is no denying the fact that what makes for quality education anywhere in the world is not just the presence of grandiose structures and facilities.

“Importantly, the quality of teaching and learning within a safe, secured and friendly environment devoid of any school-related-gender-based violence makes for a quality education.

“This, therefore, speaks to the importance of school rules and regulations as veritable tools for the smooth running of the school and for the overall interests and benefits of the learners, ’’he said.

Also, UNESCO called for a proper implementation of the rules and regulations for the school system to function effectively.

Oyebukola Tomori-Adeleye

Mrs Oyebukola Tomori-Adeleye, Programme Specialist, UNESCO, said the body remained passionate to ensuring the protection of the well-being of the child.

Society for Family Health

Similarly, the Society for Family Health (SFH) said  that the formal adoption of the document followed three years of brainstorming by stakeholders in the education sector.

Godpower Omoregie

Mr Godpower Omoregie, Practice Area Lead, Tuberculosis and HIV at  SFH, listed the stakeholders to include:  the Ministry of Education in the state,  the Nigeria Union of Teachers, UNESCO, and SFH as well as the State Universal Basic Education.

Cross River

He said only two states: Cross River, Kaduna as well as  the Federal Capital Territory, were involved in this phase of the project.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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