Disaster Risk Reduction Theme Competition for Schools

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1 Disaster Risk Reduction Theme Competition for Schools Background: The Principle Objective of the School Based Disaster Preparedness in Bhutan Project is that Schools and the related institutions in Bhutan have the capacity, knowledge and skills to ensure quality disaster risk management The SBDP is an 18 month project funded by DG ECHO. The SBDP Project focuses on improving quality and impact of DRR activities at school level. One aim of the SBDP Project is increased awareness on an inclusive multi-hazard disaster risk management at schools in the five pilot districts (Paro, Lhuentse, Tsirang, Sarpang and Trashiyangtse). As a part of the project, one of the main activities is monitoring and evaluation. As in the CCDRR Project, the main focus is to monitor the impact as well as to identify the good practices and lessons learnt for improvement and change. Objective: As a part of the initiative to gauge the level of the impact of our program the schools in the five pilot districts will compete in a district disaster themed competition. This competition will: Measure the level of knowledge of students/ children on disaster risk reduction and preparedness Create awareness among students/ children on the impact of disasters Create awareness on the importance of preparedness The participating districts have different levels of schools such as primary schools, lower secondary schools, middle secondary schools and high schools with grades starting from pre primary till 12 th standard. Even the children s ages range from 6 to as old as 18+ Keeping the different age ranges and the different schools levels in mind, the competition will be divided into four categories Category 1- Class PP- Class 3 Category 2- Class 4- Class 6 Category 3- Class 7 - Class 9 Category 4- Class 10 - Class 12 Page1

2 The four categories will compete amongst their own category. The different competitions will be Art Competition and Essay/ Story writing competition. Each category will receive a separate set of questions. Category 1 and 2 will compete in Art Competition and Category 3 and 4 will compete on essay/ story competitions. The Questions and Guidelines for the competition will be shared with the CG according to the timeline listed below: Page2 Month: August Date Day Activity 5 Tuesday The DRR Competition write up with the questions will be sent to the 6 Wednesday Core Group by DSE 7 Thursday 8 Friday 9 Saturday The CG in their particular districts will decide on how the 10 Sunday competition will be conducted. Whether the competition will be 11 Monday conducted on the same day in the district or any other way will be 12 Tuesday left to the discretion of the CG and the schools in the district. But the 13 Wednesday competition should take place latest by Saturday 23 rd of August in all 14 Thursday schools in all five districts 15 Friday 16 Saturday 17 Sunday 18 Monday 19 Tuesday 20 Wednesday 21 Thursday 22 Friday 23 Saturday 24 Sunday 25 Monday The schools (using the judges as in the guidelines below) will decide 26 Tuesday the best from their schools in each category and will send one best 27 Wednesday entry per category to the CG within a week and/ latest by 30 th of 28 Thursday August 29 Friday 30 Saturday The Schools Select their best and submit to CG in their districts latest by 30 th of August 31 Sunday Month: September 1 Monday 2 Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday The CG to select 2 best entries per category and send to DSE a total of 8 entries (2 from each category) latest by September 5 th.

3 September 5 th is the last date for submission by CG the DSE Note: the results will be declared within 20 days of the final day of submission of entries Guidelines for Competition: How to conduct the competition? - The schools will conduct the competitions as per the decision of the CG - From each section of the required grades, one male and one female student will participate - The participants will be selected on a voluntary basis and no one will be selected due to personal preferences of the class teachers or other figures of authority - Classmates can nominate their representative or it can be a lucky draw in case of many volunteers or if possible can be selected through a mini quiz competition in class - All the participants will be kept in the same room and will follow instruction which will differ from category to category Who will be the judges? At the School level: - Each school will nominate a committee of a 4 person judging panel. - The principal will be one of the judges - The disaster focal teacher will be another - The other two can be faculty members, who are not class teachers(if possible) and who will not have vested interest - Each category from each school will submit one best entry in each category. - The entries will be submitted to the CG. It will be submitted in a sealed envelope by the 30 th of August. The schools that do not send it in latest by 30 th August will be disqualified - The selection of the entries will be based on the Stage 1 category for judging Eg. Schools with levels PP-6 will have 2 entries, 1 for the PP-3 category and 1 for 4-6 categories At the District level: The core group members will be the judges at the district level. The number of judging panel will be at 4 core group members wherein the DEO/ ADEO will be one member and the rest will be other Core Group members. There are 6 CG members in all five districts, they are 2 officials from the education sector (DEO and/ the ADEO), 2 from the Fire Division from the district (the OC and a attendant), 1 from the MoH ( Doctor/ Head Nurse) and the District Disaster Focal Person. Page3 Each district will submit: 2 best entries for PP-3 level

4 2 best entries for 4-6 level 2 best entries for 7-9 level 2 best entries for level In total each district will submit 8 entries in total 40 entries from five districts to Mr. Yang T Dorji from DSE, MOE At the National level: There will be a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 9 judges in the panel of judges at the national level. The judges will be people from different relevant agencies with at least one member each from the Department of School Education, the Department of Disaster Management, and Save the Children. The Category and theme While the theme of the competition will be Disaster Risk Reduction and Preparedness, the four categories will compete as elaborated in the table below: Category Category 1- Class PP- Class 3 Category 2- Class 4- Class 6 Category 3- Class 7 - Class 9 Category 4- Class 10 - Class 12 Competition Art Competition Essay/ Story Writing Competition Judging Sheets The Judging sheets has been developed by DSE focal and SCI focal officers in consultation with the DM&E (SCI) and other stakeholders from the centre and from the districts Marks will be awarded as per the following areas: In Category 1 and 2 Art Competition: a. Originality b. Creativity c. Content/ Knowledge on DRR d. Presentation In category 2 and 3 Essay/ Story writing Competition: Page4 a. Originality b. Language Structure

5 c. Content/ Knowledge on DRR d. Organization of ideas e. Length (The Judging sheets for the two categories are attached as attachment 1 and 1a) Note: The judging sheet, which will be the same for all schools, will be sent to schools by the Core Group. This same sheet will be used by the CG at district level and by the judges at the National level. The filled in sheets for selected entries will be submitted at all levels along with the entry. Rewards: Level School to District District to DSE Entries 1 best entry per category 2 best entries per category In total in each category there will be a total of 10 entries from the five districts. The 2 best entries from each category will receive individual cash prizes and seed money for their School Disaster Management Club for 2015 while all selected entries will be awarded certificates. Page5

6 Annex a: Instructions for the competition: Category 1- Art Competition Question (Select one topic): 1. What is a Disaster? (Disaster- as you understand it.) 2. My School: A Safe Learning Place The drawing should be done on a plain A4 size paper The children can use crayons and color pencils where available otherwise only pencil drawings are also acceptable. The use of sketch pens is discouraged, On the back side of the paper, the student should write two sentences explaining the drawing. Along with that the name, class, section, age and school of the child should be written on the back side of the paper. Category 2- Art Competition Question (select one topic): 1. What is a Disaster? (Disaster- as you understand it.) 2. My School: A Safe Learning Place The drawing should be done on a plain A4 size paper The children can use any medium of art supplies- crayons and color pencils, sketch pens and water colors where available otherwise only pencil drawings are also acceptable On the back side of the paper, the student should write five sentences explaining the drawing/ painting. Along with that the name, class, section, age and school of the child should be written on the back side of the paper Category 3- Story/ essay writing competition Questions (select one topic): Page6 1. Explain what a Disaster is. Pick and describe any one disaster that could happen in Bhutan and explain how we can prepare for it. 2. A Safe School is the best place to live and learn for a better future. 3. Write a story on the topic: How I would help in reducing risks from Disasters if I could do magic..

7 4. Write a story starting with: it rained heavily that week, but we had never dreamt that the lake beside the school would burst. The entries should be written on ruled paper. It should be in the Childs handwriting. The name, age, class and school of the child should be written clearly at the end of the essay/story For category 3 the number of words for essay/ story is words Category 4- Story/ essay writing competition Questions (select one topic): 1. Disaster Risk Management begins at home 2. Describe how disaster risk management ensures school safety thus protecting the vulnerable sections of the society (including students and teachers) 3. Write a story starting with: it was during second period on a Monday morning when the tables in our classroom started to shake 4. Write a story ending with: And on that day I learnt how dangerous a fire outbreak can be. The entries should be written on ruled paper. It should be in the Childs handwriting. The name, age, class and school of the child should be written clearly at the end of the essay/story For category 4 the number of words for essay/ story is words Page7

8 Judging sheet: Each Judge at all levels will use one sheet for judging, the result will be the sum of all the sheets used by the judges (at school/ district/ national level). As mentioned the final sheet with the total from all judges for the selected entries will be submitted with the entries. Attachment 1 (Judging sheet- category 1 and 2- Art Competition) a. Originality b. Creativity c. Content/ Knowledge on DRR d. Presentation S.I Name and Class of Student Originality Creativity Content/Knowledge on DRR (6 points) Presentation (4 points) Total Points (out of 20 points) Attachment 1a (Judging sheet- category 3 and 4- Essay/ Story writing Competition) a. Originality b. Language Structure c. Length d. Content/ Knowledge on DRR e. Organization of ideas S.I Name and Class of Student Originality Language Structure Length Content/ Knowledge on DRR (6 points) Organization of ideas (4 points) Total Points (out of 25 points) Page8

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