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School Rules & Regulations

Citizenship Education
  • Students who are Singapore Citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the pledge.
  • Students will take the pledge with the right fist placed over the heart.

Conduct and Behaviour
Students must:
  • exemplify the school values.
  • be at my best behaviour and carry themselves in a respectable manner in school and outside school.
  • report to school by 7.25 a.m. and be punctual for all lessons.
  • read a storybook before assembly in the assembly area and while waiting for their teachers in the classrooms.
  • stay in school during curriculum hours and while waiting for their CCA/remedial/enrichment classes to start.

Personal Responsibility & Social Responsibility
Students must:
  • treat others with respect and graciousness.
  • be responsible for their own belongings.
  • keep the school clean and be responsible when using school facilities.
  • wipe down their desks areas and shared equipment before lessons start in classrooms and instruction rooms such as labs and MPH.

Students must:
  • queue up in an orderly manner to buy food/drinks.
  • observe table manners.
  • return all crockery (e.g. bowls & plates) and cutlery (e.g. forks & spoons) to their respective stations after meals.
  • carry out the wipe-down routine after their meals.

Behaviour Outside School Premises
Students must not:
  • loiter or gather in public areas (e.g. HDB void decks, shopping malls etc.) before or after school hours while they are in school uniform. 
  •  display behaviour that will tarnish the image of the school, such as creating a scene or misbehaving in public.

Prohibited Items in School
Students are not allowed to bring:

  • Electronic devices (e.g. mobile phones, smart wrist watches - except POSB Smart Buddy Watch) 
  •  Card games 
  • Toys 
  •  Cigarettes, lighters, matches or flammable objects 
  • Magazines, books, cards and comics that are not educational 
  • Sharp objects (scissors, pen knives, etc.)

Possession of Weapons and Weapon-like Items
Students are not allowed to:
  • have in their possession any weapon.
  • bring any weapon-like item with the intention to cause harm to others and to themselves.

Uniform Policy
The North View uniform policy guides our students to wear the school uniform smartly and take pride in their appearance . All students are to comply with the uniform policy.
All students are required to wear the prescribed school uniform and any modification to the uniform
is not allowed (e.g. shortening the shorts/culottes/skorts, folding the sleeves, etc. ).

School Uniform Requirements

  • North View has two sets of uniform - the formal school uniform and PE attire. Students must wear the uniform with plain black canvas school shoes and plain white socks (worn above the ankles at all times). 
  •  Students must wear the uniform during school hours and when representing the school to participate in any external activities or events. 
  •  School uniform must be clean and well-pressed.

PE Attire

  • Students are to wear their PE attire during PE lessons. 
  •  Primary 1 students are allowed to report to school in their PE attire daily. 
  • Primary 2 to 6 students are allowed to report in their PE attire only when they have PE/PAL lessons. They can continue to wear their PE attire for the rest of the day or change into their formal school uniform after PE lessons.

Prefects' Attire
  • When Prefects are in the formal school uniform, they must put on their Prefect's ties with their Prefect's badge. To wear the Prefect's tie smartly and neatly, male Prefects should fasten the top button of their collared school shirts.
  • On days when Prefects have PE lessons, they may come to school in their PE attire with their Prefect's badge. For safety reasons, Prefects should remove their Prefect's badge during PE lessons.
  • Prefects who are on duty during the flag-raising ceremony must put on the formal school uniform with the Prefect's ties even if they have PE lessons on that day.

Name Tags
Students are to sew their name tag onto their formal school uniform and PE attire according to the school requirements.

Position of Name Tag on the Formal School Uniform
                  Girls' Uniform                                                                                     Boys' Uniform   

The name tag should be                                                                          The name tag should be
placed below the School Crest.                                                            placed above the School
                                                                                                                 Crest on the pocket.

Position of Name Tag on the PE T-shirt
The name tag should be placed below the School Crest on the PE T-shirt for both boys and girls.
* To ensure the name tags stay on the uniform, please iron the name tag on the school uniform and PE attire before sewing them on.

  • The formal school uniform for the girls is a Peter Pan collar blouse and a pair of culottes/skorts. All buttons on the blouse must be buttoned. Culottes/Skorts must be below knee length.
  • Hair should not be dyed or coloured and must be tied up if it is too long.
  • The fringe should not touch the eyebrows and must be clipped up if it is too long. Only black hair accessories are allowed.
  • Nails must be kept clean, short and unvarnished at all times.
  • All accessories such as necklaces, bracelets, nose studs, etc. are not allowed. The only exception is a pair of small plain ear studs or ear sticks.


  • The formal school uniform for the boys is a collared shirt and a pair of shorts.
  • Must be clean-shaven and neat in appearance. Do not have any facial hair (moustache, beard and sideburns).
  • Hair should be neatly cut and combed. It should not touch the eyebrows, ears or the shirt collar.
  • Hair should not be dyed, coloured or spiked. No inappropriate hairstyles are allowed, e.g. a Mohawk hairstyle. 
  • All accessories such as ear studs/rings, necklaces, bracelets, nose studs, etc. are not allowed.
  • Nails must be kept clean, short and unvarnished at all times.

Additional points to note

  • No items of adornment such as jewellery, tattoo or body art drawings and any forms of make-up are allowed. 
  • Coloured contact lens are not allowed.

                                                                        Formal School Uniform

PE Attire


Students who misbehave will be counselled and guided to reflect on their misbehaviours and consider alternative acceptable behaviours. Misbehaviour s are classified into two categories, " Minor" and "Serious". Students have to take ownership of their behaviours. Therefor e, when students misb ehave, consequences will be meted out to them.
The following are examples of "Minor Misbehaviours", "Serious Misbehaviours" and "Possible Consequences" that could be meted out to the students when they misbehave:
Minor MisbehavioursPossible Consequences
  • Failure to report to school on time
  • Improper grooming and attire
  • Failure to submit assigned work on time
  • Littering the school grounds
  • Using vulgar languages
  • Bring prohibited items
 Verbal warning
• Self-reflection
• Detention class
 Suspension from recess/class/school
 Other appropriate actions deemed necessary by
  the Discipline Committee
 Prohibited items (e.g. mobile phone) to be retained by teachers and will only be returned to parents/guardians

Serious MisbehavioursPossible Consequences
  • Disruptive behaviour in class 
  • Truancy 
  • Leaving school without permission while waiting for CCA/Remedial/Enrichment classes to start 
  • Skipping classes 
  • Bullying (physical, cyber) 
  • Disrespectful and rude to teachers 
  • Open defiance 
  • Forgery 
  • Vandalism 
  • Arson 
  • Theft/shoplifting 
  • Fighting/assault 
  • Abuse of substances, e.g. smoking 
  • Gambling/extortion 
  • Possession of undesirable/weapon-like items, e.g. sharp comb, butterfly knife, cigarettes and lighter 
  • Tarnishing school's/peer's image or reputation
  • Cheating in assessments/tests/exams
  • Verbal warning 
  • Self-reflection 
  • Detention class 
  • Suspension from recess/class/school 
  • Corrective work within school premises 
  • Restitution actions such as reimbursement for damaged, stolen or lost items 
  • Other appropriate actions deemed necessary by the Discipline Committee, e.g. caning for boys 
  • Involvement of police and/or external agencies

The misbehaviour and consequences listed above are not exhaustive. The school will consider each case and its related factors when meting out appropriate consequences. The school reserves the right to take the necessary action(s) in the best interest of our students, staff and the community.