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DepEd Set to Launch National Learning Camp Focused on Enrichment and Remediation Activities

National Learning Camp
National Learning Camp

The Department of Education (DepEd) is set to implement the National Learning Camp (NLC) during the end-of-school year break of SY 2022-2023. The NLC will provide Enrichment and Intervention activities for Grades 7 and 8 learners, and Remediation Activities for K to 12 learners, with a maximum of 35 learners per class. The camp will run for three to five weeks and aims to maximize learning outcomes. To ensure the smooth execution of the NLC, DepEd has requested Regional Directors and Schools Division Superintendents to submit projected data for funding allocation through the Program Support Fund (PSF). The deadline for data submission is June 4, 2023.

DepEd Set to Launch National Learning Camp Focused on Enrichment and Remediation Activities

The Department of Education (DepEd) shall implement the National Learning Camp (NLC) during the end-of-school year break of SY 2022-2023, offering Enrichment and Intervention activities for Grades 7 and 8 learners and Remediation Activities for K to 12 learners, with a maximum of 35 learners per class.

June 2, 2023 – In an effort to enhance the educational experience for students, the Department of Education (DepEd) has announced the forthcoming implementation of the National Learning Camp (NLC). Designed to provide a diverse range of Enrichment and Intervention activities for Grades 7 and 8 learners, as well as Remediation Activities for K to 12 learners, the NLC aims to maximize learning outcomes during the end-of-school year break for SY 2022-2023.

The NLC is expected to be implemented for a period of three to five weeks during the end-of-school year break of SY 2022-2023. The NLC is comprised of Enrichment and Intervention activities for Grades 7 and 8 Learners as well as Remediation Activities for K to 12 Learners. Each class will accommodate a maximum of thirty-five learners to ensure learning efficiency.

To ensure the smooth execution of this ambitious endeavor, the DepEd has called upon Regional Directors and Schools Division Superintendents to submit projected data. The data will play a vital role in allocating the necessary funds for the NLC through the Program Support Fund (PSF).

Each NLC class is structured to accommodate a maximum of thirty-five learners, guaranteeing an optimal learning environment. It is through this immersive program that students will have the opportunity to engage in targeted activities tailored to their specific needs, whether it be enrichment for advanced learners or remediation for those requiring additional support.

Recognizing the importance of accurate projections, Assistant Secretary for Curriculum and Teaching, Alma Ruby C. Torio, and Assistant Secretary for Operations, Francis Cesar B. Bringas, have urged the full cooperation of Regional Directors and Schools Division Superintendents in completing the designated Google Form. This form, accessible through the provided link or QR code in the memorandum, must be filled out before the June 4, 2023 deadline. The data collected will be instrumental in determining the appropriate funding allocation to the Program Support Fund.

Assistant Secretary Alma Ruby C. Torio underscored the significance of the NLC, emphasizing the positive impact it will have on students’ academic growth and development. She expressed gratitude for the collective efforts of education stakeholders, whose unwavering support is integral to the success of this groundbreaking initiative.

For any further inquiries or clarifications, the Bureau of Learning Delivery Office of the Director can be reached via telephone at 028-636-6540/ 028-637-4347 or through email at [email protected].

As the submission deadline approaches, Regional Directors and Schools Division Superintendents are encouraged to swiftly provide the requested data, enabling the seamless allocation of funds for the National Learning Camp. The Department of Education remains committed to fostering an inclusive and dynamic learning environment, and the NLC represents a significant step forward in realizing this vision.

Reference:

MEMORANDUM

TO:

REGIONAL DIRECTORS

SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS

FROM:

ALMA RUBY C. TORIO

Assistant Secretary for Curriculum and Teaching

FRANCIS CESAR B. BRINGAS

Assistant Secretary for Operations

SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR PROJECTED DATA FOR PROGRAM SUPPORT FUND ALLOCATION IN THE NATIONAL LEARNING CAMP

DATE:

June 2, 2023

The Department of Education, through the Curriculum and Teaching Strand, shall implement the National Learning Camp (NLC) for a period of three to five weeks during the end-of-school year break of SY 2022-2023. The NLC is comprised of Enrichment and Intervention activities for Grades 7 and 8 Learners as well as Remediation Activities for K to 12 Learners. Each class will accommodate a maximum of thirty-five learners to ensure learning efficiency.

A Program Support Fund (PSF) shall be allocated to the Regional Offices (ROS) which will subsequently be downloaded to the schools division offices (SDOS). The Allocated amount will be based on the identified number of participating learners and teachers in the NLC.

In order to finalize the PSF allocation, we kindly request your cooperation in providing the required data. Please fill out the Google Form accessible through this link: Data Collection Form – NLC.xlsx – Google Sheets or this QR Code: (QR Code omnitted for data security)

Please complete these forms on or before June 4, 2023 since the information collected shall determine the appropriate funding allocation to the PSF.

Should you require further clarifications, please contact the Bureau of Learning Delivery Office of the Director through telephone number: 028-636-6540/ 028-637-4347 or via email address: [email protected]

Thank you for your unwavering support to the implementation of the National Learning Camp.

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