- Pupils are to be punctual for both morning and weekly assembly
- All P1 – P3 pupils should be seated in the school hall and all P4 – P6 pupils are to proceed to the at the ground floor of the Indoor Sports Hall (ISH) before 7.30 a.m.
- Please ensure that your child has a storybook with him / her everyday.
- Pupils are required to assemble punctually at designated areas immediately after the ‘end-of-recess’ bell has rung.
- Punctuality includes timely completion of homework, assignments, projects and any other given tasks within the stipulated time frame.
- Pupils are to report for all CCA, remedial, enrichment and any other school activities on time.
2. PROPER BEHAVIOUR
- Pupils must remain silent in any assembly area (e.g. School Hall, ISH Foyer, Quadrangle).
- Pupils who are Singapore Citizens are required to sing the National Anthem and recite the National Pledge (with the right fist placed over the heart) daily during assembly.
- Pupils are also required to recite the Students’ Pledge daily during assembly.
- Pupils should be courteous and respectful towards school staff and student leaders at all times. Greeting of school staff and listening attentively to instructions by teachers and student leaders are some of the ways to show respect.
- Pupils must be respectful towards one another’s race, culture, tradition and religion. Sensitivity to one another’s social background should be shown.
- Pupils must show care when interacting and playing with their schoolmates. Any conflict or disagreement should be resolved amicably and referred to teachers if necessary.
- Integrity is highly valued. Any items or valuables found should be immediately returned to the General Office.
- Pupils should be responsible for taking care of their belongings and ensuring that their belongings are within sight or in proper care when they carry out their activities within the school compound.
- Pupils must obey all school signs and ensure that the school is kept clean and tidy at all times.
- Pupils should be aware of the offences in the Offences List and ensure that they do not commit them. They should report any forms of improper behaviour or offences committed by other students to their teachers or any staff of the school immediately.
- In preparation for lessons, pupils must bring the required books and stationery to school. On the other hand, bags should be checked and packed accordingly every day to avoid bringing unnecessary items to school. This would prevent problems such as poor posture caused by heavy school bags.
- Proper behaviour must be practised at all times both in school and outside school. Pupils must always uphold the good name of the school.