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School Rules & Regulations

CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOUR

I will:

«  exemplify the school values.

«  be at my best behaviour and carry myself in a respectable manner in school and outside school.

«  report to school by 7.30 a.m. and be punctual for all my lessons.

«  treat others with respect and kindness .

«  keep the school clean and be responsible when using school facilities.

«  stay within the school premises during curriculum hours and while waiting for my CCA / remedial / enrichment classes to start. 


When I am in the canteen, I will:

«  queue 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 my meals. 

MOBILE PHONES, ELECTRONIC DEVICES, GAME CARDS AND VALUABLES

I will:

«  NOT bring any electronic devices, game cards and expensive items to school.

«  NOT use the mobile phone at ALL TIMES within the school premises.

«  be responsible for my own belongings.

POSSESSION OF WEAPONS AND WEAPON-LIKE ITEMS

I will:

«  NOT have in my possession any weapon.

«  NOT bring any weapon-like item which is used or intended to be used to cause harm to others and oneself.


ATTIRE AND APPEARANCE POLICY

All students are required to wear the prescribed school uniform. No modification to the prescribed school uniform is allowed (e.g. shortening the shorts or culottes, folding the sleeves, etc.)

At North View Primary School, we have a uniform policy to guide our students to wear the school uniform smartly and take pride in their appearance. All students are to comply with the uniform policy. 

School Uniform Requirements

1.      North View Primary has two sets of uniform – the Formal uniform and PE attire.  Students must don the uniform with black school shoes and plain white socks (must be above the ankle at all times).

                  

2.      Students must wear the uniform

·         during school hours; and

·         when representing the school to participate in any external activities or events.

3.      School uniform must be well-pressed and clean at all times.


PE Attire

4.      Students are to wear their PE attire during PE lessons.

5.      Primary 1 and 2 students are allowed to report to school in their PE attire daily (Monday to Friday).

6.      Primary 3 to 6 students are allowed to report in their PE attire only when they have PE on that day. The boys can come in their PE T-shirts with their PE shorts while the girls can come in their PE T-shirts with their culottes. The girls will put on their PE shorts only during PE lessons.

7.      After PE lessons, the boys can continue to wear their PE attire and the girls can continue to wear their PE T-shirts with their culottes. If the students want to change out of their PE attire into formal uniform after PE lessons, they can do so.

Prefects’ Attire

8.      Prefects, when they are in the formal uniform, must put on the prefect ties. To wear the prefect ties smartly and neatly, the male Prefects should button the top button of their collared school shirts.

9.      On days when the Prefects have PE lessons, they may come to school in their PE attire and then change into the formal uniform with the prefect ties after PE. 

10. Prefects who are on duty during the flag-raising ceremony must put on the formal uniform with the prefect ties even if they have PE lessons on that day.

Position of Name Tag

Position of Name Tag on the Formal Uniform

                     Girls’ Uniform                                                                                               Boys' Uniform

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For girls, the name tag should be placed below the School Crest.

For boys, the name tag should be 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.


GIRLS

  •          The formal uniform for the girls is a Peter Pan collar blouse and a pair of culottes. All buttons on the blouse must be buttoned 
  •            My hair should not be dyed or coloured.
  •            The fringe of my hair should not touch my eyebrows.
  •            I should clip up my fringe if it is long.
  •            I should tie up my hair neatly if it is long.
  •           I should only use black hair accessories.
  •       I should only wear a pair of small, identical and plain ear studs or transparent ear sticks if necessary.
  •          I should not wear any other accessories, e.g. necklaces, bracelets, nose studs, etc.
  •          I should keep my nails clean, short and unvarnished at all times.


                                                                         BOYS

  • The formal uniform for the boys is a collared shirt and a pair of shorts. 
  • I must be neat in appearance, clean-shaven at all times and not have any facial    hair (moustache, beard and sideburns). are not allowed). 
  • My hair should be neatly cut and combed. It should not touch the eyebrows, ears or the shirt collar. 
  • My hair should not be dyed, coloured or spiked. 
  • I should not have inappropriate hairstyles, e.g.   a Mohawk hairstyle or shaved my head bald.
  • I should not wear any other accessories, e.g. necklaces, bracelets, nose studs, etc. 
  • I should keep my nails clean, short and unvarnished at all times.

 

SCHOOL ATTIRE AND HAIRSTYLE

School Uniform


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Boy’s Shirt

Name Tag to be sewn above the School Crest on the left pocket of the shirt

Girl’s Blouse

Name Tag to be sewn below the School Crest on the top left corner of the Peter Pan collar Blouse

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PE T-shirt

Name Tag to be sewn below the School Crest on the top left corner of the T-Shirt


Hairstyle

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MISBEHAVIOURS & CONSEQUENCES

A school is a place for learning to take place and for students to grow.  If students are tardy in their work or disruptive in class, they will not be able to learn effectively. ‘Behaviour’ and ‘Learning’ need to work hand-in-hand to ensure students have a meaningful and enriching school life. As such, we adopt a whole-school approach to promote positive student behaviour and educate our students to have self-discipline. 

The Character & Citizenship Education Department will focus on educating the students in good values, the Year Head Team will work with the Form Teachers to ensure students practice good values and exhibit positive behavior, the Student Management Committee will educate the students to take responsibility of their own behaviours and actions.

Any student who misbehaves will be counselled and guided to reflect on their misbehaviour and consider alternative acceptable behaviour. Other than doing self-reflection, we also want our students to be responsible for their misbehaviour therefore we mete out consequences to them when they misbehave.

Please refer to the following consequences that would be meted out to the students when they misbehave:

Minor Misbehaviours

Consequence

·         Failure to report to school on time

  • Verbal warning
  • Self-reflection
  • Suspension from recess / class / school
  • Detention class
  • Other appropriate actions deemed necessary by the Discipline Committee

·         Improper grooming and attire

·         Failure to submit assigned work on time

·         Disrespectful and rude to teachers

·         Litter the school grounds

·         Leaving school (without permission) while waiting for CCA/Remedial/Enrichment classes to start

Use of mobile phones in school  Mobile phones to be retained by teacher and return only to parent/guardian 

Serious Misbehaviours

Consequence

·         Disruptive behaviour in class

  • Self-reflection
  • Parents to meet Form Teachers / Year Heads / Discipline Master / School Leaders
  • Restitution actions such as reimbursement for damaged, stolen or lost items
  • Corrective work within school premises
  • Suspension from recess / class / school
  • Detention class
  • Other appropriate actions deemed necessary by the Discipline Committee, e.g. caning for boys

·         Truancy

·         Bullying (physical, cyber)

·         Open defiance

·         Dishonesty

·         Vandalism

·         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

·         Tarnish school’s/peer’s image or reputation

Important Notes

·         A Minor Misbehaviour would be deemed as a Serious Misbehaviour when a student misbehaves frequently and recalcitrantly.

·         If a student misbehaves frequently/recalcitrantly or when the misbehaviour is classified as ‘serious’, his/her Conduct Grade will be affected. This will be taken into consideration during awards selection. For example, if a student is consistently late for school despite counselling and repeated warnings, his/her Conduct Grade will be affected.

Student Development Team (SDT)

The Student Development Team believes that enforcing good discipline is critical in nurturing the students to have good character and become good citizens. However, the success of nurturing our students to be responsible and good citizens depends on the understanding and co-operation of the parents or guardians. We look forward to build a good and long term partnership with parents and guardians to educate our students.

For student behavior management matters, you may contact your children’s Form Teachers. 


The Student Development Team is made up of the following:

Student Management Department

Subject Head: Mr Joshua Kum (Discipline Master)

Year Head Team

Upper Primary

Year Head (P5 & 6): Mdm Krishnaveni

Assistant Year Head (P5): Mr Xie Jialun

Middle Primary

Year Head (P3 & 4): Ms Junince Ong

Lower Primary

Year Head (P1& P2): Ms Christina Hoon

Assistant Year Head (Acting) (P2): Ms Nor Shahila

Character & Citizenship Education Department

HOD: Mr Yusman 

Subject Head (Acting): Ms Danielle Neo