Summer Camps School-Class Readiness Programme: Certain guidelines have been issued through AP SSA PD, Proc.Rc. o.19, Dt: 06/05/2016 for conducting Summer Camps from May 2nd to June 1st and Schools and Class Readiness Programme from June 15th to August 10th, 2016 in AP Schools. Pedagogy-Strengthening of ‘C & B’ Grade Children – Organising the Summer Camps and Readiness Programme for slow learners of class I to V Ill- Certain guidelines – Issued – Reg.
All the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the state are informed that the State Project Director, SSA decided to organise Summer camps during the summer from May 2nd to June 1st 2016 for all government and aided schools for slow learners for class I to VIII. It is a follow-up action to organize additional support to those children, who have been identified as slow learners in the summative-3 tests.
School Readiness -Class Readiness Programme:
Further the school Readiness and class readiness programme is decided for new academic year i.e., 2016-17 for a period of about 45 days from 15th June to 10th August 2016 (working days) at the Primary, Upper Primary and High school level of education i.e., from class 1 to VIII. School readiness program is conducted for class 1st and 2nd and class Readiness classes from class 2nd to gth of Telugu &Urdu medium schools including KGBVs, IERCs and model schools in the state( Earlier guidelines)
Summer camps are designed for slow learners to impart the basics in language, Maths and Science for the (Children who are in Grade – C & B ) in summer holidays and to use workbooks, so as to equip them for smooth entry into the designated class in the forth coming academic year 2016-17.
In this context certain guidelines are issued (enclosed) for organising the summer camps for slow-learners to children of classes I to VIII commencing from May 2nd to June 1st, 2016.
Therefore, all the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of SSAin the state are requested to strictly follow the instructions and guidelines issued (enclosed) for organising the summer camp for slow learners of classes I to VIII in the state and also to identify and prepare the list of schools at every school complex level which have more number of children with “C & B” grade in the prescribed format based on the Summative-3 assessment. Further, they are also requested to tag each CRP to the identified school to run the summer camp (one school each complex).