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This study aims to determine students' views on managing Child-Friendly Schools (SRA) at SMAN 45, Jakarta. This research is narrative qualitative research. The data were obtained through several data collection methods: observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis was carried out descriptively to understand the management of Child-Friendly Schools in learning at SMAN 45, Jakarta. The analysis results show that, according to students, the management of Child-Friendly Schools at SMAN 45, Jakarta, still needs to be developed. Learning activities using the principles of Child-Friendly Schools must be implemented appropriately for the convenience of teachers and students. Observations and documentation on the completeness of the existing vehicles and infrastructure at SMAN 45, Jakarta, the learning curriculum, attitudes towards students, and environmental health, need to be developed in such a way as to meet the needs and abilities possessed so that they can support student activities.