The school characteristics and practices determine to a great extent the enhancement of learning. The quality of the school environment and the social climate has sufficient effects on learning. To a great extent, school administrator, teachers, parents, pupils and all education stakeholders’ interaction and collaboration are related in achieving higher learning outcomes. The climate in which pupils learn is determined by an orderly atmosphere and attractive working environment where academic excellence and behavior are interwoven. The mobilization of resources within the school whether human or materials and its utilization all contribute to the effective school learning environment.
Brigada Eskwela, one of the programs of the Department of Education where its flagship encourages volunteerism among education stakeholders bring so much impact in addressing the needs of school for the welfare of the learners. As viewed in academic community, this program helps the Department of Education in financing school needs, building comprehensive and effective partnership between school and community, and promote values that are worthy of emulation.
As strong partnership develops among education stakeholders in addressing the needs of the school and learners, it also leave and foster a message that a culture of volunteerism and togetherness are vital in pupils’ optimum development.