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Student Management


Our School Rules are based on our Code of Conduct to guide student behaviour. They are in place to minimise distractions, maximise learning, promote equality, ensure safe environment and encourage good behaviour. Conscious efforts in putting them into daily practice will shape student character.



1.1 Attendance in school and at all school events is compulsory.

1.2 Attendance at flag raising ceremony is compulsory.

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

1.4 During the ceremony, all international students are required to stand at attention.




2.1 Students are to wear the prescribed school uniform in manner required by the school. This includes PE attire.

2.2 Modification of the uniforms is not allowed.

2.3 All students are to wear school socks above the ankle.

2.4 Shoes must be white in colour.

2.5 School ties are to be worn on stipulated days.

2.6 The school uniform is to be worn whenever a student comes to school and at all school-related activities, including those held during the school vacation.



2.7 All forms of accessories must be kept out of sight.

2.8 Body art such as tattoos and piercings pose health hazards and are prohibited. Students have to remove them before resuming school.

2.9 Long/Coloured hair, moustache and beard are not allowed.

2.10 Only girls are allowed to wear a pair of simple ear studs.



3.1 Queue up for food and drinks.

3.2 Consume all food and drinks in the canteen & cafe.

3.3 Return used utensils to the receptacles provided.

3.4 Canteen is out of bounds during curriculum hours, except during recess and PE lessons when the PE teachers have given permission.

3.5 Leave the canteen immediately when it is time for next school activity.



4.1 Observe all traffic rules.

4.2 Conduct yourself well in public areas and when taking public transport.

4.3 Use social media like Facebook responsibly.


5.1 Every action has its consequences. Helping students realize this cause and effect relationship, and that they have the power to choose the resulting “effect,” is one way we can empower our students to develop self-discipline. Having a set of consequences for breaking the rules and regulations is important. A student who breaks the Code of Conduct will be disciplined. This may include, but not limited to, any one or any combination of the following:

• Warning/counselling

• Detention

• Caning

• In-house suspension

• Home suspension

• Police Involvement

• Expulsion


5.2 The school reserves the right to determine the corrective action/consequences depending on our students’ maturity, severity of the offence and their remorse.


5.3 The following are serious offences:



o Truancy

o Leaving school grounds without permission

o Persistent Late coming



o Forgery

o Open defiance and/or rudeness to teachers/student leaders

o Bullying

o Disruptive Behaviour

o Abuse of Technology


Property Offences

o Arson

o Theft

o Vandalism


Other Serious Offences

o Fighting/Assault to Smoking/possession of tobacco product so Substance Abuse

o Cheating in assessments/tests/exams


5.4 The school will make all reasonable efforts to redirect the behaviour of offenders. However, if students persist in committing offences, they may be asked to leave the school.


5.5 The school will endeavour to inform parents on matters concerning indiscipline among students.

However, the school is not required to inform or consult parents in advance of taking disciplinary action, including caning or making a police report. Taking responsibility and facing the consequences is part of the educational process.