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Code of Conduct-Discipline Rules
- All pupils must participate in the flag-raising/lowering and pledge-taking ceremony.
- All pupils must stand at attention and face the flags when the National Anthem and School song is being sung and pledge recited.
- Pupils who are Singapore Citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the National Pledge.
- Pupils will take the pledge with the right fist over the heart.
- Pupils must be well-mannered, honest and respectful to staff and peers at all times.
- Pupils must co-operate with teachers and prefects.
- Pupils must exercise self-discipline and do the right thing at all times.
- All pupils are to treat one another with respect and care and not hurt one another in any way – physically, emotionally or through social media platforms.
- Pupils must queue up for food and eat in the school canteen only.
- Pupils must not litter or vandalise school property.
- Pupils are not allowed to bring mobile phones to school. (If pupils need to bring their mobile phones to school due to an emergency, permission is to be sought from the teacher. The mobile phones will be kept by the teacher during school hours.)
- 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.
- Pupils must be punctual for school and all school functions.
- Punctuality is a habit formed. Hence, pupils are to assemble at the designated assembly areas by 7.25 a.m.. Pupils are deemed to be late if they report to school after 7.25 a.m.. Pupils who are late 3 times or more will be issued a letter to inform the parents and to seek their help to ensure that their child comes to school punctually. Disciplinary action will be taken for cases above the 3 warnings.
- Pupils are not allowed to leave the school grounds during school hours without permission. This applies to pupils having lessons and those who are staying back in school for remedial / supplementary lessons or CCA. They must remain within the school grounds for their own safety.
- If a pupil is absent from school, he/she must produce a medical certificate from the doctor or a letter of excuse from the parent to explain his/her absence upon return to the school. For all exams, only medical certificates are accepted as being absent for a valid reason.
- Pupils are to attend all lessons required by the school. Absence from these lessons without a valid reason is deemed to be playing truant.
- Pupils’ attire must be neat and tidy at all times.
- Pupils must have their nametags on their school uniform at all times.
- Pupils must not wear jewellery to school; only plain ear studs may be worn.
- No coloured dye is to be applied to the hair.
- All pupils are to put on the school black socks with the SKPS printed on it and plain black shoes only.
- Pupils must keep their hair short and neat. Girls with long hair (i.e. hair touching the shoulders) must have it tied up neatly in a ponytail or two pleats. Long fringes must be clipped back or to the side. A hairband may also be used to keep fringe off the face. Pupils who fail the check will be sent home for a re-cut after the compliance period is exhausted.
- Only plain black hair clips or ribbons are allowed.
- Boys are not allowed to keep facial hair. Face must be clean-shaven.
- Pupils must wear the school uniform or school T-shirts and shorts when they visit the school after school hours.
- Pupils are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modifications to the uniform are not allowed.
- Pupils are to be in the prescribed P.E. attire during P.E. lessons.
- All T-shirts are to be tucked in. (Please note that spot checks will be conducted once a term. Pupils who fail to comply with stated requirements will be given 3 days to comply.)
- Every pupil will be given a chance to be a leader.
- Every pupil will be given the opportunity to present or perform in front of an audience at least once a year.
- Pupils must have the excellent mind set to do the best that he/she can when given a task or opportunity.
- Pupils must do all homework and worksheets assigned by the teacher dutifully and hand in work promptly.
- All corrections must be done neatly and promptly as instructed by the respective subject teachers.
- Pupils must ensure that all worksheets are filed neatly in their respective subject files.
- Parents will be notified if a pupil fails to meet expectations as stipulated by the respective levels.
- All pupils are expected to set academic goals beginning of the year and monitor them closely throughout the year so that they can perform at their optimal level.
- Pupils who are selected to attend remedial lessons must attend all lessons as instructed.