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School Rules and Expectations

1. Singing of the National Anthem and recitation of National Pledge

1.1* Students who are Singapore Citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the pledge. Students will take the Pledge with the right fist placed over the heart.

2. Attendance in school

2.1 Students are to be in school by 7.15 am on every school day. School starts at 7.30am.
2.2 Students are to remain in school during school hours unless permission has been given to leave the school grounds.
2.3 Students are to present a medical certificate if unwell.
2.4 Students who are late will have their records taken by the security guards. 

3. Conduct

3.1 Students are to walk quietly within the school premises.
3.2 Students are to queue to buy food and drinks and return all cutlery and crockery to the correct basins provided.
3.3 Students are to observe table manners when eating and keep the tables clean after eating.
3.4 Students are to queue in an orderly manner to board school bus and public transport.
3.5 Students are to demonstrate school values at all times.

4. School Attire

4.1* Students are to wear the prescribed school uniform. Modification to the school uniform is not allowed.
4.2 Students are to have their nametags displayed on the school uniform.
4.3 Students are only allowed to wear their PE T-shirts on days with PE lessons.
4.4 Students are only allowed to put on track shoes and House T-shirts during Sports CCA and House Practice.
4.5 Students are to put on black socks and shoes. Shoes should not have trimmings of any other colour. Socks should cover the ankles.

5. Grooming

5.1 Hairstyle
a. Students are not allowed to perm or dye their hair.
b. The use of gel or hair mousse is not allowed.
c.*Male students must be neat in appearance, clean-shaven and no facial hair is allowed. 
e. Female students with long hair must have it plaited or tied up neatly. Hair accessories should be dark blue or black.
f. Female students should not have their fringes touch their eyebrows. If it is long, it should be pinned up neatly.

5.2 Nails
a. Students should have their nails trimmed and kept clean.
b. Students should not apply nail polish. 

5.3 Accessories
a. Students are not allowed to wear jewellery nor fashion accessories in school.  
b. Students wearing chains for religious purposes should keep them under the school uniform.
c. Female students are allowed to wear a pair of small identical ear studs. One ear stud per ear.

6. Care of property

6.1 Students are to be responsible and take good care of their belongings and school property.

7. Use of electronic devices

7.1 To minimise distraction and disruption to lessons, students are only allowed the use of mobile phone in the canteen and foyer during recess, lunchtime and after dismissal.
7.2 Students are only allowed to use mobile phones in school for urgent communication. Playing of games and listening to music on the mobile phone is not allowed.
7.3 Students must seek permission from teacher if he/she is: 
a. taking photographs, video or audio recording;
b. uploading any photographs, video or audio recording.
7.4 Students should power off their mobile phones during lessons or other school activities.
7.5 Students are not allowed to bring expensive items to school e.g. media players and electronic games.
7.6 Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones or any other electronic devices capable of storing and displaying visual and verbal information into the classrooms during examinations.
7.7 Students are responsible for their own electronic devices.

8. Possessions of Weapons

*All students are not allowed to have in their possession any weapon. They are also not allowed to bring any weapon-like item which is used or intended to be used to cause harm to others.


School Uniform

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School Procedures

Flag-Raising Ceremony

All students are expected to be seated at the Parade Square or hall by 7.15am and the ceremony will start promptly at 7.25 am. Kindly note that the attendance at the flag-raising and pledge-taking ceremony is compulsory for all students.

Leaving school early

Parents/ guardians must obtain permission from the Principal, Vice-Principal or teachers if they wish to take their children home because of sickness or other urgent matters.

Parents/ guardians must sign in the Student Leaving School Early’ book at the security guard post.

Communication

Parents may communicate with the teachers regarding the child’s learning or behaviour through this handbook.

School Safety Guidelines

To ensure the safety and security of all our students and staff, all visitors to the school would be required to present their identity card in exchange for a visitor’s pass at the security post before proceeding to the General Office.

Please note that the area just outside the main entrance of the school is a non-stopping/ non-waiting area. In view of the safety of our students and in compliance to LTA traffic ruling, vehicles are prohibited to make U-turns in front of the school gate. Parents may drive into the school to drop off their children before 7.30am. After 7.30 am, parents may have their children alight either before the yellow box outside the main gate or near the canteen gate.

Teachers are stationed at the pedestrian crossing just outside the school to help ensure the safety of our students. We educate our students to observe road safety regulations at all times and seek the support and co-operation of parents in the use of the pedestrian crossing when walking with their children to and from school.

THE DESIRED OUTCOMES OF EDUCATION

Our students will become
  • a confident person who has a strong sense of right and wrong, is adaptable and resilient, knows himself, is discerning in judgment, thinks independently and critically, and communicates effectively;
  • a self-directed learner who takes responsibility for his own learning, who questions, reflects and perseveres in the pursuit of learning;
  • an active contributor who is able to work effectively in teams, exercises initiative, takes calculated risks, is innovative and strives for excellence; and,
  • a concerned citizen who is rooted to Singapore, has a strong civic consciousness, is informed, and takes an active role in bettering the lives of others around him.