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Student Regulations - General

1. Uniform
 
1.1. The College uniform must be worn correctly and with pride within and outside
the school and at all school functions. [Refer to Appendix A for Guidelines of
School Uniform and Appearance.]
 
1.2. The summer uniform includes a plain spread-collar, short sleeve white shirt with
school tie, medium-grey school trousers with black belt and plain black leather
shoes with black socks. (black V-neck sweater or vest optional.)
 
1.3. The winter uniform includes a black blazer with school badge, a plain V-neck
black sweater or vest, a long sleeve white shirt with school tie, medium-grey
school trousers, plain black leather shoes with black socks.

1.4. The correct summer and winter P.E. uniform is required for P.E. lessons.. The College
uniform must be worn correctly and with pride within and outside the school and at all school
functions. [Refer to Appendix A for Guidelines of School Uniform and Appearance.]

 

2. Attendance
 
2.1. Students must be punctual for all lessons and school activities.
 
2.2. Students must line up at the assembly place by 7:58am before the first lesson
and by 1:23pm at the end of lunch time (for winter time-table).
 
2.3. A student who is late for school is to register with the discipline team at the
school main entrance from 8:00am to 8:20am or at the School Office after
8:20am for a late-slip, which is to be given to the teacher before the student may
be admitted into class. [Refer to Appendix B for Latecomer’s Policy.]
 
2.4. Students must not leave the school premises during school hours unless permission
has been granted by the Principal (or delegated authority).
 
2.5. Absence or early-leave is permitted only in case of sickness or with prior permission
by the Principal. Students must hand in a letter from their parent/guardian,
with the support of valid documents (e.g. doctor’s medical certificate, or official
proof), seeking permission prior to the absence or the following day of early
leave due to illness.
 
2.6. Lateness, early leave and absence must be explained, especially on special
school days, like Swimming Gala, Athletics Meet, School Outing, Christmas Mass,
Christmas Gathering, Founders Day Mass, otherwise it will be seen as truancy. If
the absence is known before the above mentioned special school days, approval
from the Principal must be obtained.
 
2.7. Students are advised not to have medical/dental/musical appointments during
school hours.
 
2.8. If a student becomes ill at school or wishes to leave early, he should report to the
teacher in class and obtain an early-leave slip from the School Office, which will
be signed by the class teacher and countersigned by the Principal (or delegated
authority). He will be sent home after the school has notified his parents.
 
2.9. A student who is unable to participate in P.E. lessons is to seek for prior approval
from the Principal. (P.E. is a compulsory and essential element of the curriculum
for all students.)
 
 

3. Conduct

3.1. Students should use the simple, polite and appropriate language of a school-boy.
Any student using vulgar, rude or threatening language is a disgrace to himself
and to the school. Use of abusive/foul language both in and outside of school
will be reprimanded.
 
3.2. Students should observe proper protocol with their best behaviour during all
school activities, assemblies and functions.
 
3.3. Unbecoming behaviour, like screaming and booing, has no place in a student’s
behaviour.
 
3.4. Only one person talks at a time. Due respect should be given to the presenter
by observing silence and attentiveness.
 
3.5. Students are to stand up and greet their teachers or visitors when they enter
or leave the classrooms.

 

3.6. Students are to respect supporting staff, janitors and security guards.

4. General School Rules and Regulations

4.1. Students are to carry their student ID card at all times for identification purposes.
 
4.2. Students are to bring their School Diary to school on all school days for recording
homework and other notices.
 
4.3. Students must treat school property with care. Students should not deface
furniture e.g. carve on the desk, draw with correction pen on desks and chairs,
etc.
 
4.4. Students are not to bring any items that are disapproved of by the school.
[Refer to Appendix C for Prohibited Items.]
 
4.5. Students are not permitted to enter the classrooms before the first bell rings.
 
4.6. Students are to line up quickly and observe strict silence when the first bell
rings or when they go to or come back from laboratories, special rooms, P.E.
lessons, etc. Students should keep good order and keep to the left when using
corridors and staircases.
 
4.7. Students are to leave their classrooms and corridors during recess and lunch
break.
 
4.8. Students are to sit according to the seating plan. Seats can only be changed
under the direction of the class teacher.
 
4.9. Students are not to leave their classrooms during a lesson without their
teacher’s permission. Use of personal lockers during and in between lessons
is strictly forbidden. [Refer to Appendix D for Regulations Concerning the Use
of Lockers for Form 1 and 2.]
 
4.10. Phones and mobile devices are not to be used once a student is on the campus
until the end of the school day unless directed by teachers. [Refer to
Appendix E for Mobile Phone and Laptop Policy.]
 
4.11. Playing card games is not permitted at any time on the College campus without
teacher’s supervision.
 
4.12. Electronic games are not permitted at any time on the College campus unless
directed and supervised by a teacher.
 
4.13. Food or drink is only allowed at the designated eating and drinking places.
Gum is not permitted anywhere on the campus.
 
4.14. Students are to follow the directions of the school security guards as they are
carrying out authorized instructions.
 
5.Safety Rules
 
5.1. Students are not to slide down the handrails.
 
5.2. Students are not to move the chairs and tables in the garden without good
reason.
 
5.3. Students are not to leave any glass bottles on the floor.
 
5.4. Students are not to switch off or play with lights in the corridors or staircases,
especially in LG1 and LG2.
 
5.5. Students are not to run along the corridors, staircases or in the Lower Quadrangle.
 
6. Assignments
 
6.1. Students must complete all written and oral assignments every day.
 
6.2. All mistakes in homework and tests must be corrected after these have been
pointed out.
 
7. Out of Bounds
 
The following places are out of bounds to ALL students:
 
7.1. The Brothers’ living quarters on 5/F.
 
7.2. The teachers’ rooms
 
7.3. The canteen and the tuck shop during lesson time
 
7.4. The gym gallery and all corridors in LG1 and LG2 except those facing the football
field
 
7.5. The car park
 
7.6. The lifts
 
7.7. The Link Bridge
 
7.8. Staircases in the Aimar and Cassian Wings
 
8. Use Of School Facilities
 
8.1. All students must carry their student ID card whenever they enter the school
campus for checking purposes. Failure to do so will result in barring them from
entering the school campus.
 
8.2. All students (including students who have been dismissed for public examinations)
must wear proper school uniform if they attend any school organized
activities, events, student meetings, meeting teachers or study on school days
until the end of the school year in mid-July.
 
8.3. Students are to leave their classrooms and corridors during recess and lunch
break.
 
8.4. Students who need to enter a classroom after school or when the classroom
is locked are to register at the School Office. Students are required to have a
teacher / guard present.
 
8.5. Students must not leave their valuables unattended to avoid loss or theft, especially
during inter-class ball games and competitions. In case of any loss, they
should report to the School Office immediately.
 
8.6. No ball games are allowed in the covered play areas or in the Lower Quadrangle.
Students are not to play football on the basketball court or in any indoor
rooms. Football games may only take place on the football pitch.
 
8.7. All student activities are to finish by 6:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday except
those with special permission and under the supervision of the teacher advisors.
All students must leave the school campus by 6:30 p.m.
 
8.8. The security guards will check and lock all rooms at 6:00 p.m.
 
8.9. The Student Association Office has a one-hour extension to the standard closing
time, i.e. 7:00 p.m.
 
8.10. There should be no ball games during the examination period.
 
 
N.B.: The teacher in charge of school security matters will work with the Vice-Principal to monitor the security matters and help in the safekeeping of the school facilities after school.
 
 
9. School Cleanliness 
 
9.1. Students should have their meals in the two designated eating places on the
campus: the Canteen on LG1 and the Covered playground (beside the swimming
pool) on G/F. They should return their plates and utensils to the designated
trays and trolleys and put the rubbish properly in the rubbish bin.
 
9.2. Students are not to eat or drink anywhere on the campus outside of the two
designated eating places.
 
9.3. Students are not to litter anywhere on the campus.
 
9.4. Inside the classroom
9.4.1. Students are to keep the floor clean of rubbish of any kind.
9.4.2. Students are to clear the window sill of any objects.
9.4.3. Students are to clear the inside of their desk of rubbish at the end
of the school day.
9.4.4. Students are to make their classroom attractive by decorating the
notice boards.

10. Disciplinary Measures

10.1. Depending on the nature and seriousness of the offences, penalties such
as verbal warning, community services, detention, class suspension,
school suspension and expulsion may result. The Principal will use his
discretion in the final decision.

10.2. For students who violate regulations regarding uniform and appearance:
10.2.1. Students may be given a grace period of 1 day to correct
their uniform or hairstyle if it does not comply with the
required standard. Parents will be notified.
10.2.2. If the student cannot meet the requirement as said in
10.2.1, he will be sent home to change his uniform after
notifying parents.
 
10.3. Form Teachers and class teachers deal with minor offences immediately,
e.g. leaving seat without permission, talkative in class, etc. Verbal warning
will be given. Form Teachers and class teachers will input those offences
into the Classroom Record Book.
 
10.4. Students may be required to perform a period of community service inside
/ outside school to show their wish to transform and correct their
misbehaviour.
 
10.5. A teacher may send a student to the detention class after school for improper
conduct or misbehaviour. A Detention Referral Form will be given
to the student for parent’s signature and the signed form is to be handed
in to the teacher concerned before detention.
10.5.1. Homework Detention Class is a weekly 40-minute detention
class for students who fail to submit homework habitually.
Students attending this detention class will be
required to finish the assigned exercises by the teachers.
Attendance is compulsory.
10.5.2. Discipline Detention Class is a weekly 1-hour detention class
for students who break school regulations. Students attending
this detention class will be required to write a self-reflection
essay called the Lasallian Change Plan. The case will be
followed by the Discipline Committee. Attendance is compulsory.
 
10.6. The following offences will be dealt with by the Discipline Committee and
may lead to lowering of conduct grades on their report card. Appropriate
punishment will also be administered as decided by the Discipline Committee.
10.6.1. Cheating or dishonesty in tests/examinations
10.6.2. Reading/possession/distribution of pornographic material
10.6.3. Truancy
10.6.4. Habitual lateness
10.6.5. Violating school regulations in regard to student’s uniform
and appearance 3 times or more
10.6.6. Disruptive behaviour in class, e.g. disrespectful or rebellious
behaviour to teachers or repeated use of foul language
10.6.7. Skipping detention class without prior approval by the Discipline
Master
10.6.8. Throwing objects from upper floors.
10.6.9. Improper use of electronic devices
10.6.10. Skipping latecomers’ early reporting
 
10.7. The following offences will be dealt with by the Discipline Committee and
may lead to a “Poor” conduct grade on their report card. Appropriate punishment
will also be administered as decided by the Discipline Committee.
10.7.1. Physical attack of classmates / Fighting with peers on the
school campus
10.7.2. Bullying of any sort e.g. physical assault, spreading rumours,
cyberbullying.
10.7.3. Smoking on the campus and / or smoking in uniform anywhere
10.7.4. Stealing or shoplifting
10.7.5. Malicious damage to property on the campus
10.7.6. Involvement/association with triad society or gang activity
10.7.7. Substance abuse (including alcohol and psychotropic drugs)
10.7.8. Unauthorized possession of keys to any room in school
 
10.8. All offences will be entered in the school WebSAMS for use in the recommendation
of conduct grade in the students’ Report Cards and testimonials.
 
 

 

Student Regulations - General

1. Uniform
 
1.1. The College uniform must be worn correctly and with pride within and outside
the school and at all school functions. [Refer to Appendix A for Guidelines of
School Uniform and Appearance.]
 
1.2. The summer uniform includes a plain spread-collar, short sleeve white shirt with
school tie, medium-grey school trousers with black belt and plain black leather
shoes with black socks. (black V-neck sweater or vest optional.)
 
1.3. The winter uniform includes a black blazer with school badge, a plain V-neck
black sweater or vest, a long sleeve white shirt with school tie, medium-grey
school trousers, plain black leather shoes with black socks.

1.4. The correct summer and winter P.E. uniform is required for P.E. lessons.. The College
uniform must be worn correctly and with pride within and outside the school and at all school
functions. [Refer to Appendix A for Guidelines of School Uniform and Appearance.]

 

2. Attendance
 
2.1. Students must be punctual for all lessons and school activities.
 
2.2. Students must line up at the assembly place by 7:58am before the first lesson
and by 1:23pm at the end of lunch time (for winter time-table).
 
2.3. A student who is late for school is to register with the discipline team at the
school main entrance from 8:00am to 8:20am or at the School Office after
8:20am for a late-slip, which is to be given to the teacher before the student may
be admitted into class. [Refer to Appendix B for Latecomer’s Policy.]
 
2.4. Students must not leave the school premises during school hours unless permission
has been granted by the Principal (or delegated authority).
 
2.5. Absence or early-leave is permitted only in case of sickness or with prior permission
by the Principal. Students must hand in a letter from their parent/guardian,
with the support of valid documents (e.g. doctor’s medical certificate, or official
proof), seeking permission prior to the absence or the following day of early
leave due to illness.
 
2.6. Lateness, early leave and absence must be explained, especially on special
school days, like Swimming Gala, Athletics Meet, School Outing, Christmas Mass,
Christmas Gathering, Founders Day Mass, otherwise it will be seen as truancy. If
the absence is known before the above mentioned special school days, approval
from the Principal must be obtained.
 
2.7. Students are advised not to have medical/dental/musical appointments during
school hours.
 
2.8. If a student becomes ill at school or wishes to leave early, he should report to the
teacher in class and obtain an early-leave slip from the School Office, which will
be signed by the class teacher and countersigned by the Principal (or delegated
authority). He will be sent home after the school has notified his parents.
 
2.9. A student who is unable to participate in P.E. lessons is to seek for prior approval
from the Principal. (P.E. is a compulsory and essential element of the curriculum
for all students.)
 
 

3. Conduct

3.1. Students should use the simple, polite and appropriate language of a school-boy.
Any student using vulgar, rude or threatening language is a disgrace to himself
and to the school. Use of abusive/foul language both in and outside of school
will be reprimanded.
 
3.2. Students should observe proper protocol with their best behaviour during all
school activities, assemblies and functions.
 
3.3. Unbecoming behaviour, like screaming and booing, has no place in a student’s
behaviour.
 
3.4. Only one person talks at a time. Due respect should be given to the presenter
by observing silence and attentiveness.
 
3.5. Students are to stand up and greet their teachers or visitors when they enter
or leave the classrooms.

 

3.6. Students are to respect supporting staff, janitors and security guards.

4. General School Rules and Regulations

4.1. Students are to carry their student ID card at all times for identification purposes.
 
4.2. Students are to bring their School Diary to school on all school days for recording
homework and other notices.
 
4.3. Students must treat school property with care. Students should not deface
furniture e.g. carve on the desk, draw with correction pen on desks and chairs,
etc.
 
4.4. Students are not to bring any items that are disapproved of by the school.
[Refer to Appendix C for Prohibited Items.]
 
4.5. Students are not permitted to enter the classrooms before the first bell rings.
 
4.6. Students are to line up quickly and observe strict silence when the first bell
rings or when they go to or come back from laboratories, special rooms, P.E.
lessons, etc. Students should keep good order and keep to the left when using
corridors and staircases.
 
4.7. Students are to leave their classrooms and corridors during recess and lunch
break.
 
4.8. Students are to sit according to the seating plan. Seats can only be changed
under the direction of the class teacher.
 
4.9. Students are not to leave their classrooms during a lesson without their
teacher’s permission. Use of personal lockers during and in between lessons
is strictly forbidden. [Refer to Appendix D for Regulations Concerning the Use
of Lockers for Form 1 and 2.]
 
4.10. Phones and mobile devices are not to be used once a student is on the campus
until the end of the school day unless directed by teachers. [Refer to
Appendix E for Mobile Phone and Laptop Policy.]
 
4.11. Playing card games is not permitted at any time on the College campus without
teacher’s supervision.
 
4.12. Electronic games are not permitted at any time on the College campus unless
directed and supervised by a teacher.
 
4.13. Food or drink is only allowed at the designated eating and drinking places.
Gum is not permitted anywhere on the campus.
 
4.14. Students are to follow the directions of the school security guards as they are
carrying out authorized instructions.
 
5.Safety Rules
 
5.1. Students are not to slide down the handrails.
 
5.2. Students are not to move the chairs and tables in the garden without good
reason.
 
5.3. Students are not to leave any glass bottles on the floor.
 
5.4. Students are not to switch off or play with lights in the corridors or staircases,
especially in LG1 and LG2.
 
5.5. Students are not to run along the corridors, staircases or in the Lower Quadrangle.
 
6. Assignments
 
6.1. Students must complete all written and oral assignments every day.
 
6.2. All mistakes in homework and tests must be corrected after these have been
pointed out.
 
7. Out of Bounds
 
The following places are out of bounds to ALL students:
 
7.1. The Brothers’ living quarters on 5/F.
 
7.2. The teachers’ rooms
 
7.3. The canteen and the tuck shop during lesson time
 
7.4. The gym gallery and all corridors in LG1 and LG2 except those facing the football
field
 
7.5. The car park
 
7.6. The lifts
 
7.7. The Link Bridge
 
7.8. Staircases in the Aimar and Cassian Wings
 
8. Use Of School Facilities
 
8.1. All students must carry their student ID card whenever they enter the school
campus for checking purposes. Failure to do so will result in barring them from
entering the school campus.
 
8.2. All students (including students who have been dismissed for public examinations)
must wear proper school uniform if they attend any school organized
activities, events, student meetings, meeting teachers or study on school days
until the end of the school year in mid-July.
 
8.3. Students are to leave their classrooms and corridors during recess and lunch
break.
 
8.4. Students who need to enter a classroom after school or when the classroom
is locked are to register at the School Office. Students are required to have a
teacher / guard present.
 
8.5. Students must not leave their valuables unattended to avoid loss or theft, especially
during inter-class ball games and competitions. In case of any loss, they
should report to the School Office immediately.
 
8.6. No ball games are allowed in the covered play areas or in the Lower Quadrangle.
Students are not to play football on the basketball court or in any indoor
rooms. Football games may only take place on the football pitch.
 
8.7. All student activities are to finish by 6:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday except
those with special permission and under the supervision of the teacher advisors.
All students must leave the school campus by 6:30 p.m.
 
8.8. The security guards will check and lock all rooms at 6:00 p.m.
 
8.9. The Student Association Office has a one-hour extension to the standard closing
time, i.e. 7:00 p.m.
 
8.10. There should be no ball games during the examination period.
 
 
N.B.: The teacher in charge of school security matters will work with the Vice-Principal to monitor the security matters and help in the safekeeping of the school facilities after school.
 
 
9. School Cleanliness 
 
9.1. Students should have their meals in the two designated eating places on the
campus: the Canteen on LG1 and the Covered playground (beside the swimming
pool) on G/F. They should return their plates and utensils to the designated
trays and trolleys and put the rubbish properly in the rubbish bin.
 
9.2. Students are not to eat or drink anywhere on the campus outside of the two
designated eating places.
 
9.3. Students are not to litter anywhere on the campus.
 
9.4. Inside the classroom
9.4.1. Students are to keep the floor clean of rubbish of any kind.
9.4.2. Students are to clear the window sill of any objects.
9.4.3. Students are to clear the inside of their desk of rubbish at the end
of the school day.
9.4.4. Students are to make their classroom attractive by decorating the
notice boards.

10. Disciplinary Measures

10.1. Depending on the nature and seriousness of the offences, penalties such
as verbal warning, community services, detention, class suspension,
school suspension and expulsion may result. The Principal will use his
discretion in the final decision.

10.2. For students who violate regulations regarding uniform and appearance:
10.2.1. Students may be given a grace period of 1 day to correct
their uniform or hairstyle if it does not comply with the
required standard. Parents will be notified.
10.2.2. If the student cannot meet the requirement as said in
10.2.1, he will be sent home to change his uniform after
notifying parents.
 
10.3. Form Teachers and class teachers deal with minor offences immediately,
e.g. leaving seat without permission, talkative in class, etc. Verbal warning
will be given. Form Teachers and class teachers will input those offences
into the Classroom Record Book.
 
10.4. Students may be required to perform a period of community service inside
/ outside school to show their wish to transform and correct their
misbehaviour.
 
10.5. A teacher may send a student to the detention class after school for improper
conduct or misbehaviour. A Detention Referral Form will be given
to the student for parent’s signature and the signed form is to be handed
in to the teacher concerned before detention.
10.5.1. Homework Detention Class is a weekly 40-minute detention
class for students who fail to submit homework habitually.
Students attending this detention class will be
required to finish the assigned exercises by the teachers.
Attendance is compulsory.
10.5.2. Discipline Detention Class is a weekly 1-hour detention class
for students who break school regulations. Students attending
this detention class will be required to write a self-reflection
essay called the Lasallian Change Plan. The case will be
followed by the Discipline Committee. Attendance is compulsory.
 
10.6. The following offences will be dealt with by the Discipline Committee and
may lead to lowering of conduct grades on their report card. Appropriate
punishment will also be administered as decided by the Discipline Committee.
10.6.1. Cheating or dishonesty in tests/examinations
10.6.2. Reading/possession/distribution of pornographic material
10.6.3. Truancy
10.6.4. Habitual lateness
10.6.5. Violating school regulations in regard to student’s uniform
and appearance 3 times or more
10.6.6. Disruptive behaviour in class, e.g. disrespectful or rebellious
behaviour to teachers or repeated use of foul language
10.6.7. Skipping detention class without prior approval by the Discipline
Master
10.6.8. Throwing objects from upper floors.
10.6.9. Improper use of electronic devices
10.6.10. Skipping latecomers’ early reporting
 
10.7. The following offences will be dealt with by the Discipline Committee and
may lead to a “Poor” conduct grade on their report card. Appropriate punishment
will also be administered as decided by the Discipline Committee.
10.7.1. Physical attack of classmates / Fighting with peers on the
school campus
10.7.2. Bullying of any sort e.g. physical assault, spreading rumours,
cyberbullying.
10.7.3. Smoking on the campus and / or smoking in uniform anywhere
10.7.4. Stealing or shoplifting
10.7.5. Malicious damage to property on the campus
10.7.6. Involvement/association with triad society or gang activity
10.7.7. Substance abuse (including alcohol and psychotropic drugs)
10.7.8. Unauthorized possession of keys to any room in school
 
10.8. All offences will be entered in the school WebSAMS for use in the recommendation
of conduct grade in the students’ Report Cards and testimonials.
 
 

 

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