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School Rules and Regulations

  1. Pupils who are Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge. Pupils will take the Pledge with the right fist placed over the heart. 
  2. Pupils are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modification to the uniform is not allowed. 

Attire and Grooming

  • Pupils must wear the school uniform whenever they are in the school premises and when they are out representing the school for external competitions/ activities.
  • Pupils are only allowed to put on the PE attire on days when they have PE lessons, PAL lessons or learning journeys.

School Uniform School PE T-Shirt

Descriptions of Material and Design of School Uniform and PE Attire:
Shirt/Blouse:
Material - CVC 60% Cotton & 40% Polyester, Wrinkle-Free, GP finishing for easy
ironing;
Design - Both have checked pattern strip along inner lining of collar and front button
area; Blouse - Caps sleeve and round collar; Shirt - Regular sleeve and collar

Shorts and Skirt:
Material - Tetron Rayon, 65% Polyester & 35% Rayon;
Design - Fabric is navy blue checked with fine white and red lines

PE T-shirt:
Material - Coolmax (100% Polyester Dri-Fit Outer Shell & 100% Cotten undr lining);
Design - White with mandarin collar and sleeve

PE Shorts:
Material - 100% Polyester Micro Fibre Peach Skin with cotton underpants;
Design - Navy Blue Colour with school name embroidery

Attire for Boy

School Attire
  • White collared shirt with checkered trim
  • Checkered school bermudas
  • Name tag above school badge
  • White shoes & socks
  • Socks must be visible (No ankle socks are allowed.)
PE Attire
  • PE T-shirt
  • Dark blue shorts with school’s name
  • Name tag above school badge
  • White shoes & socks
  • Socks must be visible (No ankle socks are allowed.)

Hair for Boys

  • Hair must be neatly cropped, combed, short and neat. It should not touch the eyebrows or collar.
  • The back of the hair must be sloped and squared (no ‘tail’).
  • Face is to be clean-shaven. No sideburns, no wearing of beards and moustache.
  • Spiky, punky, outlandish or coloured hair is not allowed.

Attire for Girls

School Attire
  • White collared blouse with checkered trim
  • Checkered school skirt
  • Name tag above school badge
  • White shoes & socks
  • Socks must be visible (No ankle socks are allowed.)
PE Attire
  • PE T-shirt
  • Dark blue shorts with school’s name
  • Name tag above school badge
  • White shoes & socks
  • Socks must be visible (No ankle socks are allowed.)

Hair for Girls

  • Short hair should be kept neat. It should not touch the collar.
  • Shoulder-length or long hair must be tied up or neatly plaited. Only black hair band/ ribbon/ rubber band/ hair clip is allowed. The hair band must not be more than 2.5 cm wide.
  • Fringe must be short and above the eye brows. Long fringe must be clipped up neatly.
  • Spiky, punky, outlandish or coloured hair is not allowed.
  • Finger nails must be short, clean and unpainted. No nail polish is allowed.
  • Only girls are allowed to wear a pair of the same ear studs/sticks. Only simple silver or black ear studs/sticks are allowed. Only 1 pair of ear studs/sticks should be worn.
  • No items of personal adornment, jewellery, talisman, e.g. anklet, ring, pendant, friendship band or expensive watches should be worn to school.
  • Only white, black or dark blue sweaters are allowed to be worn in school.

  1. Pupils are to be respectful and observe good conduct at all times. Refer to pupils' handbook for more information. 

4. Pupils are to adhere to school rules and ensure safety of every one at all times.
4.1 During PE lessons
  • You are to be in PE attire. Put on footwear at all times. Use spectacles with plastic frames and plastic lens if you need to.
  • Do not participate in PE lessons if you have medical exemptions . Inform the PE teacher of your medical exemption and the duration of the exemption. You must produce relevant documents like a Medical Certificate to support the exemption.
  • If you injure yourself during PE, alert your teacher even if it is a minor injury so that you will be properly assessed and treatment can be given to you by a certified First Aider.
  • You are not allowed to remain in the classroom during the PE lesson. Please follow the class to the venue of the lesson.
  • For any other health matters, please speak with your PE or Form Teacher.
  • Move indoors when the Lightning Warning System is flashing.

4.2 Items that are not allowed to be brought to school
Items that can be confiscated from pupils are those that are banned by the
State, are prohibited for use in school, cause harm to self, other pupils or teachers
or cause nuisance, annoyance or disruption to other pupils or teachers.

Items that can be confiscated include:
× pornographic materials
× comics depicting violence or using abusive languages
× magic cards and all other playing cards
× electronic toys, music players, soft toys
× materials that can be used as weapons or to vandalise properties, e.g. comb with pointed ends, knives (including penknives), sharp metal rulers,
lighter, laser pointer, spray paints
× cigarettes
× substances that can be abused
× chewing gum
× accessories that are not part of the school uniform, if worn, e.g.
- bandanas
- multiple ear studs, ear sticks, nose or tongue studs

Parents will be called to collect the confiscated items from the school.