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How can School
intervene in
Community
activities ? Explain
the modus operandi
with example ?
INTRODUCTION
Schools and Community bring together many
partners to offer a range of supports and
opportunities to children, youth, families and
communities. artners !or" to achie#e these
results$ Children are ready to enter school%
students attend school consistently% students are
acti#ely in#ol#ed in learning and their community%
families are increasingly in#ol#ed !ith their
children&s education% schools are engaged !ith
families and communities% students succeed
academically% students are healthy ' physically,
socially, and emotionally% students li#e and learn in
a safe, supporti#e, and stable en#ironment, and
communities are desirable places to li#e.
SC(OO) *ND CO++UNIT,


* School is an institution designed for the teaching of
students - or .pupils/ 0 under the direction of teachers.
School is not School. It is the birth place of the
citi1en ideal. It/s !here !e learn to li#e a life of
selfless ser#ice.
* School is any institution at !hich instruction is
gi#en in a particular discipline.


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How can School
intervene in
Community
activities ? Explain
the modus operandi
with example ?
INTRODUCTION
Schools and Community bring together many
partners to offer a range of supports and
opportunities to children, youth, families and
communities. artners !or" to achie#e these
results$ Children are ready to enter school%
students attend school consistently% students are
acti#ely in#ol#ed in learning and their community%
families are increasingly in#ol#ed !ith their
children&s education% schools are engaged !ith
families and communities% students succeed
academically% students are healthy ' physically,
socially, and emotionally% students li#e and learn in
a safe, supporti#e, and stable en#ironment, and
communities are desirable places to li#e.

* Community is a social unit of any si1e that
shares common #alues. The !ord . Community/ is
deri#ed from the Old 2rench Comurete !hich is
deri#ed from the )atin Communities - from )atin
Communies , things held in common0. This
community is defined as ./ a group or net!or" of
persons !ho are connected - ob3ecti#ely 0 to each
other by relate#ily durable social relations that
e4tend beyond immediate genelogical this, and !ho
mutually define that relationship - sub3ecte#ely0 as
important to their social identity and social
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RELATIO !ET"EE SCHOOL A#
CO$$%IT&
* child/s acti#ities begin from home and he
learns to beha#e. *fter that he learns many things
informally from his companions during play or in
company of other children in the school.
*fter!ards he tries to "no! cultural traditions from
the elders in society or family and he moulds his
beha#iour accordingly. During this process the
child also e4periences the conse6uences of going
against the precedences of the society and that
"no!ledge acts as a social control on him. It is the
duty of the society to gi#e them "no!ledge of the
rights, duties and responsibilities of a good citi1en
by educating them.
Close relationship bet!een the school and society
is all the more necessary because all societies
cannot pro#ide e6ual facilities for the de#elopment
of children. The means of e#ery society are
different according to circumstances. Similarly, the
capacity of all the schools is not the same. Se#eral
short comings regarding the a#ailability of means
may be remo#ed through mutual Co-operation between
school and society. Schools may be made centres of social
programmes with this co-operation for providing healthy
recreation for adults. Adults , too, may help in the same way in
providing education in agriculture and other allied arts. The
school should gather information regarding the availability of
means and material concerning education. For example, the
school manager should find out agricultural land, open land,
houses, vocational institutions, gardens and par and social
worers.



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RELATIO !ET"EE SCHOOL A#
CO$$%IT&
* child/s acti#ities begin from home and he
learns to beha#e. *fter that he learns many things
informally from his companions during play or in
company of other children in the school.
*fter!ards he tries to "no! cultural traditions from
the elders in society or family and he moulds his
beha#iour accordingly. During this process the
child also e4periences the conse6uences of going
against the precedences of the society and that
"no!ledge acts as a social control on him. It is the
duty of the society to gi#e them "no!ledge of the
rights, duties and responsibilities of a good citi1en
by educating them.
Close relationship bet!een the school and society
is all the more necessary because all societies
cannot pro#ide e6ual facilities for the de#elopment
of children. The means of e#ery society are
different according to circumstances. Similarly, the
capacity of all the schools is not the same. Se#eral
short comings regarding the a#ailability of means
may be remo#ed through mutual Co-operation between
school and society. Schools may be made centres of social
programmes with this co-operation for providing healthy
recreation for adults. Adults , too, may help in the same way in
providing education in agriculture and other allied arts. The
school should gather information regarding the availability of
means and material concerning education. For example, the
school manager should find out agricultural land, open land,
houses, vocational institutions, gardens and par and social
worers.



* community school is both a place and a set of
partnerships bet!een the school and other
community resources. Its integrated focus on
academics, health and social ser#ices, youth and
community de#elopment and community
engagement leads to impro#ed student learning,
stronger families and healthier communities.
Community schools offer a personali1ed curriculum
that emphasi1es real'!orld learning and community
problem'sol#ing. Schools become centers of the
community and are open to e#eryone 7 all day,
e#ery day, e#enings and !ee"ends.

(O8 T(9 SC(OO) INT9R:9N9 IN CO++UNIT,
*CTI:ITI9S;
In our School D.:.N.S.S (.S.S oo#attoor there
obser#ed the *nti Drugs day on 3une <= <>?@. On that
day a seminar !as organi1ed by our School. *ll the
parents, students and the community members are
in#ited for the seminar. The presenter !as the SI of
police at the uthoor olice Station. (e ga#e a nice
speech on the ill effects of drugs usage. It !as a nice
seminar.
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CONC)USION
Co'operation bet!een School and Community helps
in the de#elopment of the child. 2or the successful
functioning of the school, it is necessary for it to
study the sentiments of the community.9#ery
teacher should try to "no! the feelings of the
comunity for education and school and its
e4pectation from them.
R929R9NC9
hilosophical and Sociological 2oundations of
9ducation
- *uthor 7 A.C.*ggar!al 0
8i"ipedia'8.*2C Studet olice Cadet ro3ect.
!!!.school and community . com
!!!.community de#elopment.com
Babitha,
Theory part is o".But the order and alignment of
letters needs correction.first of all you should gi#e
a general introduction,then gi#e relation bet!een
school and community-not society0 and gi#e a
particular e4ample.
,ou should include an e4ample sho!ing the
relation bet!een school and community.(ere you
can use any one acti#ity done through SC ro3ect
.
Re submit after ma"ing corrections.
+isha
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CONC)USION
Co'operation bet!een School and Community helps
in the de#elopment of the child. 2or the successful
functioning of the school, it is necessary for it to
study the sentiments of the community.9#ery
teacher should try to "no! the feelings of the
comunity for education and school and its
e4pectation from them.
R929R9NC9
hilosophical and Sociological 2oundations of
9ducation
- *uthor 7 A.C.*ggar!al 0
8i"ipedia'8.*2C Studet olice Cadet ro3ect.
!!!.school and community . com
!!!.community de#elopment.com
Babitha,
Theory part is o".But the order and alignment of
letters needs correction.first of all you should gi#e
a general introduction,then gi#e relation bet!een
school and community-not society0 and gi#e a
particular e4ample.
,ou should include an e4ample sho!ing the
relation bet!een school and community.(ere you
can use any one acti#ity done through SC ro3ect
.
Re submit after ma"ing corrections.
+isha