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School Rules and Regulations
- Pupils are to wear the prescribed uniform and modification to the uniform is not allowed.
- The length of the pinafore should be at the centre of the knee cap.
- Name-tag must be worn at all times.
- Only school PE T-shirt and shorts are allowed.
- However, school PE T-shirt, House T-shirt or CCA T-shirt can be worn with the pinafore or school track pants during CCA practice or school vacations.
- School socks should be worn at all times and should be visible.
- Only white shoes are allowed.
- Home clothes are not allowed in the school premises during term time and school holidays.
- Hair must be neatly combed and tied up if the length of hair touches the bottom of the collar.
- The fringe must not touch the eyebrows. Long fringes must be pinned up.
- Hair accessories should be only in white, blue or black.
- Only a pair of small earrings/studs can be worn on the first ear hole of each ear. Studs that expand the ear hole are not allowed. Piercing on any other facial features or parts of the body is not allowed.
- Tattoos are not allowed
- Tinted/dyed/punky short or shaved hair and keeping a tail/hair extension is not permitted.
- Only a watch is allowed on the wrist. Nothing else should be worn on the wrist.
Behaviour during Prayers and Singing of National Anthem
- During prayers, non-Catholic pupils are expected to stand respectfully and observe silence.
- Pupils who are Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the pledge. Pupils will take the pledge with the right fist over the heart. Non-Singaporeans are expected to stand respectfully and observe silence.
Behaviour in Canteen and Open Areas
- Each pupil is only allowed to buy food for herself.
- All food and drinks are to be consumed in the canteen only. There should be no eating in the classrooms.
- Pupils are to sit at assigned tables during recess.
- All bowls, plates and cutlery must be returned to the respective containers.
- Pupils are not permitted to go to the canteen to buy food or drinks during curriculum time.
- Pupils are only allowed to use their handphones / electronic devices (such as MP3/ I-pod/ laptops) in the canteen and concourse area after school hours. Pupils should not charge their handphones or other electronic devices in school.
List of Banned Items
The following items are not allowed in school as they either constitute a threat to the physical
and/or moral safety of others or serve as a distraction to the academic focus of fellow pupils.
- Harmful substances/sharp objects
- Cigarettes/lighter/tobacco products
- Alcoholic drinks
- Pornographic material/items
- Playing cards
- Chewing gum
- All banned items will be confiscated.
- Electronic devices or handphones will be confiscated for 1 week if it is a first offence. Parents are required to make a formal request to the Operations Manager for the retrieval of the confiscated items after the period of confiscation. After the first time, the devices or handphones will be confiscated for 1 month.
- All harmful substances or objects will be surrendered to the Police.
- All confiscated items not claimed at the end of the school year will be disposed of.
- All pupils to report to school by 7.25 am on all school days except on Thursdays by 8.30 am.
- If a pupil is late (from 7.30 – 7.45 am / from 8.30 – 8.45 am on Thursdays) for school, she will be required to report to DMs on duty.
- If a pupil is late (after 7.45 am / after 8.30 am on Thursdays) for school, she is required to report to the Security Officer. The Security officer will escort the pupil to the General Office, where the Operation Manager/DM will speak to the pupil.
- The EAS staff in the General Office will issue her a Form.
Permission for Early Release
A) Unplanned (Student is unwell)
- Pupil is to inform the subject teacher if she is unwell.
- Pupil is sent to the General Office.
- EAS staff will get FT/HOD to approve early release.
- Pupil will call parent/ guardian to fetch her from the General Office under supervision of EAS staff.
- Pupil will wait for her parents at the General Office.
- Parent/Guardian will report to the General Office to sign and acknowledge Early Release Form
- EAS staff will detach the Early Release Form (lower half) and give it to the Parent.
- Lower half of Early Release form is to be submitted to the Security Officer when you leave the school premises.
B) Planned (Medical Appointment/External Exam/Family matters)
- Pupil is required to present proof of appointment to Form Teacher.
- Form Teacher will make a photocopy of the Proof.
- Form Teacher will fill up the Early Release Form and attach the photocopy of the proof of appointment together with the Early Release Form.
- Form Teacher will give the Early Release Form with the attached photocopy proof back to the pupil.
- On the day of the appointment, the pupil will show the Early Release Form to her subject teacher to gain permission to leave the class.
- Pupil will show the Security Officer the Early Release Form.
- Security Officer will detach the lower half of the form.
- Pupil will bring home the upper part of the form for acknowledgement by her parent/ guardian.
- Pupil is required to submit the form to the Form teacher the following day.
Safety in School and Outside School
- For the safety of all pupils, parents are to drop pupils off outside the school, except when it rains and parents may drop pupils off at the front porch.
- Pupils should be dropped off after the school gate, near the overhead bridge, or in the HDB area at the back of the school. Parents should not drop pupils off within the bus bay or in front of the entrance to St Anne’s Church.
- Pupils who use the zebra crossing in front of St Anne’s Church should walk on the zebra crossing lines and not attempt to take a short cut by crossing beyond the lines.
- Pupils are to use the white walking pathway within the school.
* Updated on 12 Mar 2014