Field Trip Grade 11 to Indonesian Children Protection Commission (KPAI) and The Museum of Anatomy of Atmajaya University
On the 25th of September 2018, grade 11 went on a Field Trip to Indonesian Children Protection Commission (KPAI) and The Museum of Anatomy of Atmajaya University, Jakarta. The first destination was KPAI. The students were welcomed by Ibu Retno Listyarti – the Educational Commissioner. By lecturing, Ibu Retno gave informative insights to the students about what KPAI has done so far, experiences in dealing with child’s abuse. She also explained the Indonesian children’s right. At the end session, she also presented facts and data about Cyber Bullying and how to protect ourselves from it, also she encouraged the students have respect on other people. The students looked very enthusiastic. They paid attention and took notes and asked important questions to Ibu Retno. Time flied so fast, the trip must go on to the next destination, i.e. UNIKA Atmajaya Anatomy Museum.
The time we got there, the students were grouped directly. There were 6 groups which each one was led by a doctor. Each group did the tour by visiting 10 sections about human body from head to toe. In each section they can see and observe displays (real or artificial) of human organs. The students once again got fascinated by looking and listening to explanation from the doctors. They asked many questions around human organs and specific diseases.
Overall, the students had not just extensive knowledge from this activity, but also so much fun.