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School Uniform Regulations

Guidelines of the School Uniform and Appearance

The school uniform is an important means by which a student expresses his belonging and pride in his school. The wearing of the correct school uniform, therefore, should be an important concern for every student. Students must familiarize themselves with the following guidelines. Ignorance is not an excuse for failure to observe the following requirements  

Hair style

* Students should have a normal student type hair style, which is natural, clean and tidy.

* Hair is not be below the collar of the shirt. Hair is to be clear of the eyes, and side burns

  should not be below the earlobe.

* Hair is not to be tinted or colored except for black.

* Permed hair is not permitted.

Shirts

* Summer - short-sleeved shirt, Winter - long-sleeved shirt

* All shirts must be white, spread-collared and with no brand name shown.

* The shirt style must be simple and plain without hidden patterns.

* Only plain white undershirts are permitted to be worn under the shirt.

Trousers

* Medium grey in colour (Light grey or dark grey is not accepted.

* There should be no more than 2 pleats on each side.

* No form of baggy trousers is permitted.

Belt

* Black only.

* The threads of belts must be of the same colour as the belt.

* There must be no emblem on the belt or the buckle.

* Belts made of suede are prohibited.

* No key-holders, waist bag or any other kind of ornaments is permitted to be hung on the belt.

Socks

* Plain black only.

* No ankle socks are allowed. 

Leather Shoes

* Shoes must be black in colour with no ornament or brand name shown.

* Shoelaces and shoes' threads must also be black in colour.

* Boots, shoes made of suede, and boat shoes are strictly prohibited.

* Except during P.E. lessons, sports-shoes are not allowed.

Coats

* The school blazer with school badge is the only official coat to be worn and is expected at all official occasions (as directed).

* Chinese-style "cotton padded jackets", and plain down jackets are permitted once the "Cold Weather Warning" is issued by the Hong Kong Observatory in the morning.

* The colour of the jacket must be black in colour.

* No tracksuit tops including school-team track-suits are permitted.

* The school long sleeved grey P.E. sports-top can be worn during P.E. lessons in cold weather.

Sweaters

* Black only.

* Plain in style with no brand names, emblems or patterns.

* All sweaters must be of the same colour as the sweater.

* Long sleeved sweaters or sleeveless V-necked sweaters can be worn.

* Buttons must be of the same colour as the sweater.

* Polo (Round-necked) sweaters are not allowed.

* Fleeces and hoodies are not permitted.

Ornaments * Necklaces, bracelets, rings, ear-rings, and strings of any kind are not allowed.
Badges

* Only the school metal badges are to be worn on school ties. If the plastic coating of the badge is missing, it must be replaced by a new one.


* The following are the authorised badges apart from school badges:

1. S.A. Working Members' badge
2. Class Prefects' badge
3. Guidance badge
4. Career Guidance badge
5. Editorial Board badge
6. Library Board badge
7. Catholic Society badge
8. Interact Club badge
9. Community Youth Club badge
10. Blood Donor's badge
11. Hong Kong Award for Young People badge
12. Reading Club badge, (LSCPTA)
13. Speech Team badge
14. Home School Cooperation Team badge
15. Heritage Team badge
16. Drama Team badge
17. Music Team badge
18. Computer Team badge
19. Lasallian Youth Movement badge
20. Hong Kong Lasallian Youth Movement badges
21. Boy Scout badge
22. St. John's Ambulance badge
23. Air Cadet badge

24. Red Cross badge

25. Police Cadet Corp badge
26. Campus TV Team badge

* Uniform checks will be conducted randomly in selected classes, at the school entrance, and during the Form Assemblies.

* Students who have 3 improper uniform records will be sent to detention class. Violating school regulations in regard to student's uniform and appearance may lead to lowering of conduct grade on the report card.

 


A normal school uniform look with
plain white shirt and medium grey trousers 
 
    
Black Chinese "cotton padded
jackets" to be worn once the "Cold Weather Warning" is issued
 
    
School blazer, the only official
coat at all functions 

Black V necked sweater
 
 
Black long sleeved V necked
sweater
 
 
Black long sleeved V necked
sweater
 

Summer look of school uniform
 

Black leather belt with no emblems
on it or the buckle

 

Plain black socks and plain black
leather shoes

 Appendix B: Latercomer's Policy

1.    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 he may be admitted into class.

2.    Students entering the school campus after 10:00 am are regarded as absent for half a day. They are to register at the School Office for a late-slip before being admitted into class. Students must hand in a letter of explanation from his parent/guardian on the following school day.

3.   If a student is late 3 times in one term, the school will notify his parents and on every successive lateness. The student will report to the Discipline Office at 1/F between 7:30 and 7:45 am on the following two consecutive days. A discipline teacher and DB member will be stationed at the Discipline Office to monitor the attendance.

4.   Latecomers who can successfully report early for these two consecutive days, will be given no further penalty but the late records will still stand.

5.   Latecomers who cannot report early on both days, will be sent to the Discipline Detention Class after notifying parents.

6.    If a student is late 5 times in one term, he will be sent to the Discipline Detention Class after notifying his parents.

7.    If a student is late 6 times or more in one term, he will be followed up by the Discipline Teachers.

8.  If there is still no improvement, a meeting will be arranged between the student’s parents, Vice-Principals, Discipline Master and Guidance Master to work out a counselling plan.

9.   If a student is late 7 times or more in one school term, his conduct mark will be downgraded in the subsequent student’s Report Card.

10.  The number of late days will be recorded on the students’ Report Card.

Appendix C: Prohibited Items

1.     Students are forbidden to bring to school any of the following:

1.1.          Tablets

1.2.          Electronic games and computer games

1.3.          Router / mobile phone charger / portable charger

1.4.          Electrical appliance / Equipment (Excluding laptop)

1.5.          Skateboard / rollerblades/scooters

1.6.          Toys

1.7.          Cigarettes / cigarette lighter

1.8.          Alcohol in any form

1.9.          Unsuitable magazines / books / comics / newspaper

1.10.        Unsuitable posters / pictures

1.11.        Personal valuables

1.12.       Camera / video camera

1.13.       Laser pointer

1.14.       Any item for sale 

2.   A prohibited item will be confiscated by the school. The items may be kept until the end of school term and then returned to the parent/guardian upon collection.

3.   If parents wish to claim the items earlier, they are to provide the school with a formal written explanation AND collect the items from the Discipline Master or Vice-Principal in person. 

Appendix D: Regulations Concerning the Use of Lockers (F1 and F2)

1.    The school will not take liability for any loss of property.

2.  Routine inspection and search of lockers will be conducted by Form Teachers and the Discipline Committee. Students concerned will be informed and present during inspection

3.    Regulations concerning the use of lockers

3.1.     Form 1 and 2 students are assigned lockers by the school according to individual class number.

3.2.     Students are to prepare a padlock for the assigned locker within the first week of each academic year.

3.3.        Students must treat the lockers with care.

3.4.       Students are to lock their locker properly at all times.

3.5.       Students are to organize and clean out their locker regularly.

3.6.       Students are not to keep any items that are disapproved of by the school in their locker.

3.7.       Students are to take all necessary learning materials out from their locker before lessons; they are not to use their locker during or between lessons.

3.8.       Students are not to share their locker with anybody else in any way.

3.9.       Students are not to stick anything on the lockers.

3.10.     Students are to empty their locker at least 7 days before the final examination begins.

3.11.    In case of routine inspection or search of lockers, students are to follow the instructions to open the lockers and make voluntary disclosure of his property for inspection.

4.   Students should report to the Form Teacher or Discipline Teachers immediately if vandalism of the  locker is discovered. 

5.    Any student who is not able to comply with the regulations will be banned from using a locker.

Appendix E: Mobile Phone and Laptop Policy

Whilst La Salle College provides Wi-Fi and elearning the following regulations apply to the use of devices as a means to guide and develop appropriate protocols and etiquette.

1.    Students may bring their mobile phone to school only if their parents deem it a necessity for them to do so.

2.    Students are to switch off their mobile phone and power-down their laptop when they are on the campus on normal school days.

3.    If students are found using a mobile phone on the school campus during school hours, or found with their mobile phone switched on during class time, their mobile phone will be confiscated and parents will be notified and will be returned to the parents within school hours on the first time. If the students are caught a second time, they will be banned from bringing their mobile phone to school for one school term.

4.    If the offence involves breaching other school regulations e.g. cyberbullying, it will result in a serious discipline case.

5.    Rule 1–4 apply to the BYOD programme. Students are not to use their laptop other than for learning-related activities.

6.    Students are advised not to bring expensive mobile phones to school. Students are to take good care of their mobile phone especially during recess, lunch and after school during sports training. The school will not take liability for any loss or damage.

7.    Laptops at school are for educational purposes and cannot be used in the garden, canteen or recreation areas unless supervised by teachers and are only to be used in designated places such as classrooms, the library, study rooms and the school garden.

8.    Violating mobile phone or laptop policies may lead to the lowering of conduct grade on the report card.

Appendix F: BYOD Policy and Procedures

1.   Students can use College ICT resources if authorized to do so by College staff. Also, students can bring their own device for use at school.

2.  College ICT resources and students’ own devices may only be used for educational purpose as instructed by College staff.

3.   Devices other than ICT resources (e.g. mobile phones, iPads, Androids, digital cameras, mp3 players, etc.) may not be used during school hours unless by permission of a teacher whilst under their direct supervision, otherwise during school hours these devices are to be switched off. 

4.   The use of student devices outside of class time and designated areas requires teacher’s permission. Prior permission should be sought if students are not under direct teacher supervision.

5.   The following offensive material or conduct is strictly prohibited and will be dealt with in accordance with the School Regulations and in some instances may result in the College involving the Police or other government agencies: 

a.   infringing a person’s copyright or other intellectual property rights

b.   defaming and/or slandering a person or an organization

c.   containing sexually explicit, indecent, obscene or pornographic material

d.   discriminating against a person on the basis of, for example, sex, race, religion, disability or age

e.    dealing with a person’s personal information in a way that breaches privacy laws

f.     inciting racial hatred, racial harassment or cyberbullying

g.    introducing or passing on malicious software (“virus”)

h.    disrupting the school’s networks

i.     breaching school security

j.     constituting a ‘cybercrime’

k.    any other act or material otherwise contrary to school rules or policy

6.   In case of need, the School has the right to review the content on the mobile device. Parents give the right to the School to review the content on the students’ mobile device even though the content inside might involve a third party other than the student. The School is not to be held liable of breaching any Privacy ordinances in this instance.

School Uniform Regulations

Guidelines of the School Uniform and Appearance

The school uniform is an important means by which a student expresses his belonging and pride in his school. The wearing of the correct school uniform, therefore, should be an important concern for every student. Students must familiarize themselves with the following guidelines. Ignorance is not an excuse for failure to observe the following requirements  

Hair style

* Students should have a normal student type hair style, which is natural, clean and tidy.

* Hair is not be below the collar of the shirt. Hair is to be clear of the eyes, and side burns

  should not be below the earlobe.

* Hair is not to be tinted or colored except for black.

* Permed hair is not permitted.

Shirts

* Summer - short-sleeved shirt, Winter - long-sleeved shirt

* All shirts must be white, spread-collared and with no brand name shown.

* The shirt style must be simple and plain without hidden patterns.

* Only plain white undershirts are permitted to be worn under the shirt.

Trousers

* Medium grey in colour (Light grey or dark grey is not accepted.

* There should be no more than 2 pleats on each side.

* No form of baggy trousers is permitted.

Belt

* Black only.

* The threads of belts must be of the same colour as the belt.

* There must be no emblem on the belt or the buckle.

* Belts made of suede are prohibited.

* No key-holders, waist bag or any other kind of ornaments is permitted to be hung on the belt.

Socks

* Plain black only.

* No ankle socks are allowed. 

Leather Shoes

* Shoes must be black in colour with no ornament or brand name shown.

* Shoelaces and shoes' threads must also be black in colour.

* Boots, shoes made of suede, and boat shoes are strictly prohibited.

* Except during P.E. lessons, sports-shoes are not allowed.

Coats

* The school blazer with school badge is the only official coat to be worn and is expected at all official occasions (as directed).

* Chinese-style "cotton padded jackets", and plain down jackets are permitted once the "Cold Weather Warning" is issued by the Hong Kong Observatory in the morning.

* The colour of the jacket must be black in colour.

* No tracksuit tops including school-team track-suits are permitted.

* The school long sleeved grey P.E. sports-top can be worn during P.E. lessons in cold weather.

Sweaters

* Black only.

* Plain in style with no brand names, emblems or patterns.

* All sweaters must be of the same colour as the sweater.

* Long sleeved sweaters or sleeveless V-necked sweaters can be worn.

* Buttons must be of the same colour as the sweater.

* Polo (Round-necked) sweaters are not allowed.

* Fleeces and hoodies are not permitted.

Ornaments * Necklaces, bracelets, rings, ear-rings, and strings of any kind are not allowed.
Badges

* Only the school metal badges are to be worn on school ties. If the plastic coating of the badge is missing, it must be replaced by a new one.


* The following are the authorised badges apart from school badges:

1. S.A. Working Members' badge
2. Class Prefects' badge
3. Guidance badge
4. Career Guidance badge
5. Editorial Board badge
6. Library Board badge
7. Catholic Society badge
8. Interact Club badge
9. Community Youth Club badge
10. Blood Donor's badge
11. Hong Kong Award for Young People badge
12. Reading Club badge, (LSCPTA)
13. Speech Team badge
14. Home School Cooperation Team badge
15. Heritage Team badge
16. Drama Team badge
17. Music Team badge
18. Computer Team badge
19. Lasallian Youth Movement badge
20. Hong Kong Lasallian Youth Movement badges
21. Boy Scout badge
22. St. John's Ambulance badge
23. Air Cadet badge

24. Red Cross badge

25. Police Cadet Corp badge
26. Campus TV Team badge

* Uniform checks will be conducted randomly in selected classes, at the school entrance, and during the Form Assemblies.

* Students who have 3 improper uniform records will be sent to detention class. Violating school regulations in regard to student's uniform and appearance may lead to lowering of conduct grade on the report card.

 


A normal school uniform look with
plain white shirt and medium grey trousers 
 
    
Black Chinese "cotton padded
jackets" to be worn once the "Cold Weather Warning" is issued
 
    
School blazer, the only official
coat at all functions 

Black V necked sweater
 
 
Black long sleeved V necked
sweater
 
 
Black long sleeved V necked
sweater
 

Summer look of school uniform
 

Black leather belt with no emblems
on it or the buckle

 

Plain black socks and plain black
leather shoes

 Appendix B: Latercomer's Policy

1.    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 he may be admitted into class.

2.    Students entering the school campus after 10:00 am are regarded as absent for half a day. They are to register at the School Office for a late-slip before being admitted into class. Students must hand in a letter of explanation from his parent/guardian on the following school day.

3.   If a student is late 3 times in one term, the school will notify his parents and on every successive lateness. The student will report to the Discipline Office at 1/F between 7:30 and 7:45 am on the following two consecutive days. A discipline teacher and DB member will be stationed at the Discipline Office to monitor the attendance.

4.   Latecomers who can successfully report early for these two consecutive days, will be given no further penalty but the late records will still stand.

5.   Latecomers who cannot report early on both days, will be sent to the Discipline Detention Class after notifying parents.

6.    If a student is late 5 times in one term, he will be sent to the Discipline Detention Class after notifying his parents.

7.    If a student is late 6 times or more in one term, he will be followed up by the Discipline Teachers.

8.  If there is still no improvement, a meeting will be arranged between the student’s parents, Vice-Principals, Discipline Master and Guidance Master to work out a counselling plan.

9.   If a student is late 7 times or more in one school term, his conduct mark will be downgraded in the subsequent student’s Report Card.

10.  The number of late days will be recorded on the students’ Report Card.

Appendix C: Prohibited Items

1.     Students are forbidden to bring to school any of the following:

1.1.          Tablets

1.2.          Electronic games and computer games

1.3.          Router / mobile phone charger / portable charger

1.4.          Electrical appliance / Equipment (Excluding laptop)

1.5.          Skateboard / rollerblades/scooters

1.6.          Toys

1.7.          Cigarettes / cigarette lighter

1.8.          Alcohol in any form

1.9.          Unsuitable magazines / books / comics / newspaper

1.10.        Unsuitable posters / pictures

1.11.        Personal valuables

1.12.       Camera / video camera

1.13.       Laser pointer

1.14.       Any item for sale 

2.   A prohibited item will be confiscated by the school. The items may be kept until the end of school term and then returned to the parent/guardian upon collection.

3.   If parents wish to claim the items earlier, they are to provide the school with a formal written explanation AND collect the items from the Discipline Master or Vice-Principal in person. 

Appendix D: Regulations Concerning the Use of Lockers (F1 and F2)

1.    The school will not take liability for any loss of property.

2.  Routine inspection and search of lockers will be conducted by Form Teachers and the Discipline Committee. Students concerned will be informed and present during inspection

3.    Regulations concerning the use of lockers

3.1.     Form 1 and 2 students are assigned lockers by the school according to individual class number.

3.2.     Students are to prepare a padlock for the assigned locker within the first week of each academic year.

3.3.        Students must treat the lockers with care.

3.4.       Students are to lock their locker properly at all times.

3.5.       Students are to organize and clean out their locker regularly.

3.6.       Students are not to keep any items that are disapproved of by the school in their locker.

3.7.       Students are to take all necessary learning materials out from their locker before lessons; they are not to use their locker during or between lessons.

3.8.       Students are not to share their locker with anybody else in any way.

3.9.       Students are not to stick anything on the lockers.

3.10.     Students are to empty their locker at least 7 days before the final examination begins.

3.11.    In case of routine inspection or search of lockers, students are to follow the instructions to open the lockers and make voluntary disclosure of his property for inspection.

4.   Students should report to the Form Teacher or Discipline Teachers immediately if vandalism of the  locker is discovered. 

5.    Any student who is not able to comply with the regulations will be banned from using a locker.

Appendix E: Mobile Phone and Laptop Policy

Whilst La Salle College provides Wi-Fi and elearning the following regulations apply to the use of devices as a means to guide and develop appropriate protocols and etiquette.

1.    Students may bring their mobile phone to school only if their parents deem it a necessity for them to do so.

2.    Students are to switch off their mobile phone and power-down their laptop when they are on the campus on normal school days.

3.    If students are found using a mobile phone on the school campus during school hours, or found with their mobile phone switched on during class time, their mobile phone will be confiscated and parents will be notified and will be returned to the parents within school hours on the first time. If the students are caught a second time, they will be banned from bringing their mobile phone to school for one school term.

4.    If the offence involves breaching other school regulations e.g. cyberbullying, it will result in a serious discipline case.

5.    Rule 1–4 apply to the BYOD programme. Students are not to use their laptop other than for learning-related activities.

6.    Students are advised not to bring expensive mobile phones to school. Students are to take good care of their mobile phone especially during recess, lunch and after school during sports training. The school will not take liability for any loss or damage.

7.    Laptops at school are for educational purposes and cannot be used in the garden, canteen or recreation areas unless supervised by teachers and are only to be used in designated places such as classrooms, the library, study rooms and the school garden.

8.    Violating mobile phone or laptop policies may lead to the lowering of conduct grade on the report card.

Appendix F: BYOD Policy and Procedures

1.   Students can use College ICT resources if authorized to do so by College staff. Also, students can bring their own device for use at school.

2.  College ICT resources and students’ own devices may only be used for educational purpose as instructed by College staff.

3.   Devices other than ICT resources (e.g. mobile phones, iPads, Androids, digital cameras, mp3 players, etc.) may not be used during school hours unless by permission of a teacher whilst under their direct supervision, otherwise during school hours these devices are to be switched off. 

4.   The use of student devices outside of class time and designated areas requires teacher’s permission. Prior permission should be sought if students are not under direct teacher supervision.

5.   The following offensive material or conduct is strictly prohibited and will be dealt with in accordance with the School Regulations and in some instances may result in the College involving the Police or other government agencies: 

a.   infringing a person’s copyright or other intellectual property rights

b.   defaming and/or slandering a person or an organization

c.   containing sexually explicit, indecent, obscene or pornographic material

d.   discriminating against a person on the basis of, for example, sex, race, religion, disability or age

e.    dealing with a person’s personal information in a way that breaches privacy laws

f.     inciting racial hatred, racial harassment or cyberbullying

g.    introducing or passing on malicious software (“virus”)

h.    disrupting the school’s networks

i.     breaching school security

j.     constituting a ‘cybercrime’

k.    any other act or material otherwise contrary to school rules or policy

6.   In case of need, the School has the right to review the content on the mobile device. Parents give the right to the School to review the content on the students’ mobile device even though the content inside might involve a third party other than the student. The School is not to be held liable of breaching any Privacy ordinances in this instance.

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