- Students are to uphold the good name of the school and to exercise self-discipline both in and outside school.
- Students are to respect all staff, student leaders and schoolmates at all times.
- Students who are Singaporean citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the pledge.
- Students will take the Pledge with the right fist placed over the heart.
- Students should greet the Principal, Vice-principal, teachers and all other staff in the school.
- Students are to take care of the school property and keep the school compound clean.
- Students should walk briskly and not run from point to point.
- All students must be responsible for their own personal possessions in school.
- Students are allowed to bring hand phones only with written permission from the school. Parents must fill in a prescribed request form for this purpose.
- Students are to be punctual for all school activities.
- A medical certificate and/or a letter from the parents must be produced to cover any absence from school.
- Students must sit for all scheduled tests and examinations unless certified medically unfit by a doctor.
- Students must not leave the school without permission during school hours.
- Permission must be sought from the Form Teachers to leave early in the event of illness or unexpected circumstances.
The school believes that good discipline is an important factor to help create an effective school with a conducive environment for our students. While we try our best to teach and instil self-discipline, we seek the understanding of parents in the event that should students violate the school rules and there is a need for disciplinary actions to be taken.
Note: When a student has been issued a Warning Letter, his/her conduct grade will be ‘Fair’ or ‘Poor’.
All offences are referred to the Disciplinary Board which decides on the consequences. Punishment meted out to the student depends on the severity of the offence. These can be in the form of:
- Corrective Work
- Corporal Punishment
Thereafter, the errant student(s) will be counselled.
Type of serious offences that warrant a warning letter :
Being late for school consistently
Cheating in tests/assessments
Abuse of technology
Possession of pornographic
Use of vulgarities