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School Rules

  • Pupils must be courteous and respectful to one another, teachers and other adults. Open defiance, rudeness and showing disrespect to teacher, using foul language and bullying (including cyberbullying and extorting money from fellow pupils) are considered serious offences.
  • Pupils must be responsible in doing their work and performing their duties. They must be punctual in handing in their work and reporting for school and their duties. Valid reasons must be given for absence from school. Truancy is a serious offence.
  • Pupils must be honest in their words and deeds. They must respect intellectual property. Stealing, cheating in an examination or test and altering school documents (e.g. forgery) are considered serious offences. 
  • Pupils must seek the class teacher’s permission to leave the classroom.
  • Pupils must walk quietly and in an orderly manner as they move to their respective classrooms.
  • Pupils must queue in an orderly manner to buy their food and stationery.
  • Pupils must not bring to school electronic items (e.g. handheld electronic games), other than those approved by the school (e.g. calculators). 
  • Pupils who are Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge. The Pledge must be taken with the right fist placed over the heart.
    o Non-Singapore citizens must stand at attention while the National Anthem is being sung and the Pledge is being taken. 

Physical Appearance (School Uniform, P.E. Attire, Hair)

 Pupils are to be neat and tidy. 

  • School Uniform
    Pupils must wear the prescribed school uniform when they are in school and when they represent the school in external activities unless prescribed by the teacher-in-charge. The school uniform consists of a white blouse, pinafore, white shoes, school socks and name tag. Modification to the uniform is not allowed.

  • P.E. Attire
    Pupils must wear the prescribed attire for P.E. lessons, i.e. school T-shirt and blue shorts. Pupils must put on pinafores after P.E.  lessons. Pupils are allowed to be in their P.E. T-shirts and pinafores the whole day only on days that they have P.E. lessons.
  • Hair
    For short hair: The back of the hair should not touch the collar. 
    For medium-length hair (i.e. collar-length): It must be neatly tied up.
    For long hair (i.e. shoulder length or longer): It must be braided or tied into a bun. 
    Fringe must be above the eyebrows. Dyed hair is not allowed. Only simple black hair accessories (i.e. hair clip, hair bands) can be used.
  • Accessories
    Only simple ear-studs can be worn. Other accessories, like friendship bands, are not allowed. 


School Property

  • Pupils must keep the school clean and orderly at all times.
o All litter must be thrown into the bins.
o All food and beverages are to be consumed only in the canteen.
o Plates, bowls and cutleries used in the canteen are to be returned to their respective collection bins after use.
  • Pupils must handle all school property with care. Vandalism is a serious offence.
  • Pupils must seek teacher’s permission to enter special rooms/hall, go on the stage and use equipment in the special rooms/hall.
  • Pupils must not stay in class and special rooms (including the sick bay) on their own at all times, unless supervised by a member of the staff.


Handphone

  • Pupils are allowed to bring their handphones to school so that they could be contacted by their parents after school. However, pupils must switch off their handphones once they are in school so that they could focus on learning while in class and would not be distracted by phone calls or SMSes.
  • Pupils are discouraged from bringing an expensive handphone to school. The school does not take responsibility for the loss of equipment such as handphones and MP3 players.


Use of Computers 

  • Pupils should use the computer to aid their learning.
  • To promote a healthy learning environment, pupils must not 
o Access undesirable materials, e.g. those that discriminate against others
o Make modification to hardware
o Download or install software without the teacher’s permission'
Pupils are to respect intellectual property. They are not to plagiarise information found on the Internet.