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    West Java will Create a Child-Friendly School Based on Violence Free

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    BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government (Pemprov) is ready to realize a child-friendly school based on violence-free.

    West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) said, all schools in West Java, especially under the West Java provincial government will realize a child-friendly school based on violence-free.

    "We will make it entirely not a model, there is no such thing as violence either at home or school," said Aher after attending the commemoration ceremony of West Java Provincial Teacher Day at Gedung Sate Bandung yard, Monday (27/11/2017)

    Aher said, precisely if the violence between children with parents who are at home difficult to control because it is closed, so if it happens in school can be resolved properly. For example a child or student can report violent acts to his teacher.

    "If there is violence in the school, it can be solved well so that the child will be comfortable with reporting to his teacher and then settled with his parents, so insha Allah we want to build child friendly school everywhere," said Governor.

    The governor said, this school can be used as a second home for students or children because it has a comfort to learn.

    "The difference is that at home mom with parents while at school can be supervised directly by the teacher," said Aher.

    He hopes that the concept of child-friendly school will continue to be rolled out and matured because of the need for assessment. So that in the future there will be no more violence in the school environment.

    "Insya Alloh we are designing there will be no violence whatsoever in school that there is only learning in the context of love, transfer of science knowledge and transfer moral or personality," he concluded. (MAT)

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