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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
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 7.25 a.m. and be punctua for all my lessons.
  • read a storybook before assembly in the assembly area and while waiting for my teachers in the classrooms.
  • treat others with respect and kindness.
  • keep the school clean and be responsible when using school facilities.
  • stay within the school premises during curriculum ours and while waiting for my CCA/remedial/enrichment classes to start.
  • be responsible for my own belongings.

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 points after my meals.
  • clean up after myself so that the net person will be able to use a clean table and bench.

Items not allowed in School
I will:
  • NOT use the mobile phone AT ALL within the school premises.
  • NOT bring the following items to school:
    • Electronic devices
    • Game card
    • Toys
    • Cigarettes, lighters, matches or flammable objects
    • Magazines, books, cards and comics that are not educational.

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.

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. No modification to the prescribed school uniform
is allowed (e.g. shortening the shorts or culottes, 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.
Students are allowed to report in their PE attire only when they have PE lessons on that day. They can continue to wear their PE attire or change into their formal school uniform after PE lesson s.

Prefects' Attire
  • Prefects, when they are in the formal school uniform, must put on their prefect ties. To wear the prefect ties 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 ties even if they have PE lessons on that day.

Name Tags
Students are to fasten 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 placed                                                               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.

The formal school uniform for the girls is a Peter Pan collar blouse and a pair of culottes.
All buttons on the blouse must be buttoned.
Length of culottes must be below knee length.
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, bracelet s, nose studs, etc.
I should keep my nails clean , short and unvarnished at all times.

The formal school 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).
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.
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.

                                                                        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
 Litter the School grounds
 Leave school (without permission) while waiting for          CCA/Remedial/Enrichment classes to start
 Use of mobile phones in school

 Verbal warning
• Self-reflection
• Detention class
 Suspension from recess/class/school
 Other appropriate actions deemed necessary by
  the Discipline Committee
 Mobile phone to be retained by teacher and will be    returned only to parents/guardians

Serious MisbehavioursPossible Consequences
• Disruptive behaviour in class
• Truancy
• Bullying (physical, cyber)
 Disrespectful and rude to teachers
 Open defiance
 Abuse of substances, e.g. smoking
 Possession of undesirable/weapon-like             items, e.g. sharp comb, butterfly knife,               cigarettes, and lighter
 Tarnish school's/peer's image or reputation
• 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

*All cases will be dealt with individually and actions taken may differ accordingly.