Please refer to the student handbook for more details.
Flag Raising Ceremony and Late-Coming
- Students are to report at their respective assembly venues (classrooms, parade square or the school hall) by 8:00 am each morning for flag-raising ceremony.
- Students should begin their prescribed reading material or self-study upon arriving at their assembly venues.
- 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.
- The school song will be sung on Mondays.
- Students should be neat and tidy in grooming, befitting as the school’s ambassadors.
- Students are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modification to the school uniform is not allowed.
- Male students must be clean-shaven and neat in appearance.
- Spectacle frames should be dull-coloured and without bold decorative designs. Coloured contact lenses are not allowed.
- Wearing or displaying of any body piercing (including ear sticks), tattoo or other body ornaments or decorations are not allowed.
- Fingernails should be kept short and clean.
- Students should not dye their hair.
- Wear white canvas/sports shoes with white laces (no visible logo/brand name).
- Coloured sports shoes, fanciful footwear, slippers and sandals are not allowed.
- Socks must be white-coloured and above (covering) the ankle-bone and below the calf.
- Students are expected to have at least two sets of full uniform (i.e. Buttoned Shirt/Blouse with School Green Shorts/ School Trousers/School Skirt) and at least two sets of PE/House T-shirt attire (i.e. PE/House T-shirt with PE shorts).
- On Mondays, students are to report in full uniform even if there is PE lesson.
- On PE days (aside from Monday), students are to report in half uniform.
- On non-PE days and examination days, students are to report in full uniform or school polo T-shirt.
- During formal events, such as School Achievement Day, students will be required to be in full uniform with tie.
- Students are not permitted to be attired in PE attire during curriculum time (lesson time).
- Students are not permitted to be attired in their CCA or Class T-shirts at all times, unless permission is granted for special events only.
- Half uniform/CCA uniform/training attire may be worn at CCA sessions.
- Students may report in half uniform during school holidays or on Saturdays. Reporting to school in home clothes is not permitted in the interest of safety.
- Non-prescribed uniforms and inappropriate footwear (e.g. slippers) are not allowed at all times.
- Students will be advised to leave the school if found to be in inappropriate attire.
- Use of mobile devices in school can be both, an integral part of learning or a distraction from learning. The responsible and appropriate use of mobile devices and its associated technology/platforms is therefore a critical part of this learning.
- Mobile devices should not be used during curriculum time except before morning assembly, during recess time and lunch time.
- For safety reasons, mobile devices should not be used when moving from point to point.
- Rules and regulations must be observed when using mobile devices in the library.
- No charging of mobile devices using the school’s power sockets is allowed at all times.
- Mobile devices may be used for photography only during certain school events or as directed by your teachers.
- No video recording is allowed at all times unless permission is granted.
- Mobile devices can only be used in class for ICT-based lessons when instructed by teachers.
- Mobile devices are required to be kept in student’s bags during examinations.
- Mobile devices are to be handed over to the invigilators for safe-keeping during practical and oral examinations. This is to maintain the integrity of the examination.
- The school will not be liable and responsible for any damages or loss of mobile devices due to theft or otherwise.
- Violators’ mobile devices may be handed over to their parents or have its use restricted.
- Mobile devices used in committing of unlawful offences, where evidence of text messages, photos and videos are found will be confiscated for further investigation.
- Mobile devices Include, but not limited to, mobile phones, tablets with mobile communications connectivity and smart watches.
Personal Learning Devices (PLD)
Use of personalised devices in school can be both, an integral part of learning or a distraction from learning. The responsible and appropriate use of personalised devices and its associated technology/platforms is therefore a critical part of this learning. Students are to practise digital citizenship at every possible opportunity in or out of school. Digital citizenship is the appropriate and responsible use of technology. This includes communication, publishing and interaction online.
Use of Lockers
PLD should be locked in individual lockers when students are out of class, i.e. recess, lunch, CCA or PE lesson. PLD should not be left in the lockers overnight. All contents in the lockers should be removed and lockers must be left unlocked at the end of each day.
There is a ZERO tolerance toward cyber-bullying. Cyber-bullying infers to impersonation, use of vulgarities, use of undesirable graphics, name-calling, spreading rumours, damaging another person’s reputation, slander on social media, threats etc. Students should recognise that everyone deserves respect, be it online and in real life.
Device Management Application
A Device Management Application (DMA) will come pre-installed on all PLDs purchased through the school and will be installed on all student-owned devices subject to parental/guardian consent. The Mobile Device Management Service facilitates the updating and managing of the PLD, protects the PLD from malicious software and protects students from objectionable internet content. The Usage Management Service enables the school and/or parents/guardians to better supervise and set helpful limits for students’ use of PLD after school.