- Students should be respectful and obedient towards all members of the staff, both inside
and outside the school. They should also show kindness and courteousness in words and deeds.
- Students should co-operate with the school prefects, class monitors, and those who have been put in charge of maintaining good order at school. They should comply with their requests and orders willingly, and avoid hindering them in the performance of their duties.
- Students should keep the school clean and tidy at all time. Chewing gum is prohibited on the campus.
- Students should protect all the school facilities and use them with care. Should there be any damages caused by the students, they must report to the teachers at once and the repairs will be carried out at the expense of those responsible.
- Students should not bring valuable objects or large amount of money to school. Any lost items found in the school must be consigned to the General Administration Office.
- Students should only bring to school their textbooks, exercise books and other articles directly related to their school work. All unauthorized books, newspapers, magazines, mobile phones and other articles, especially if offensive to good taste or morality, are strictly forbidden.
- Students who intend to publish any articles concerning our school must obtain approval from the school authorities in advance.
- Students should obtain the permission from the school authorities before organizing clubs, fund-raising or ticket-selling activities, parties, picnics, etc.
Appearance and Deportment
- Students should wear complete uniform when coming to school for lessons or meetings.
- Students should wear P.E. uniform for P.E. lessons.
- To maintain a neat appearance, students are advised not to have their hair dyed or cut in unusual styles, and not to wear unnecessary accessories.
- Students should avoid any rude, vulgar or violent behaviours both inside and outside the school which may spoil the reputation of individual and school.
In the classroom
- Students are not allowed to change the assigned seat without permission from their teachers.
- Students should keep their discipline in the classrooms, corridors and on the staircases. They should raise their hands before asking a question during the lessons.
- Students are allowed to have activities on the campus outside school times or during holidays only if they get the permission from the school authorities and are supervised by teachers.
- Students should hand in all the assignments on time. Copying the homework of their fellow students is prohibited.
- Students should come to school with their own textbooks, exercise books and stationery, and should avoid borrowing them from others.
* Under Tropical Cyclone and Rainstorm Warning Signal condition
A. Tropical Cyclone:
-Classes are suspended all day when Tropical Cyclone Signal No.3 (or above) is issued.
B. Rainstorm Warning Signals:
-When the Red or Black Rainstorm Warning signal is issued, the Education and Youth Bureau (DSEDJ) will release the announcement of class suspension through the local radio, television broadcasts and its official social networking platforms. Students are not required to go to school.
– During the aforesaid class suspension period, the school will keep the premises open and arrange for staff to look after the students who have arrived at school until they safely return home.
– During class suspension period, all tests, examinations and extracurricular activities will be postponed or cancelled.
C. Exceptional weather condition:
– When the temperature is 38°C or above and 3°C or below, classes are suspended all day.
Early-leaving and late-coming
- Students should be punctual. They are expected to arrive at the school at least ten minutes before lessons commence.
- Students are not allowed to leave the school during school hours nor during recess time without permission.
- If students have to leave earlier, an “Early-leaving” slip must be filled in and the approval from the teachers be obtained before leaving.
- Late-comers should fill in a “Late-admission” slip at the reception office. When entering the classroom, they should present it to the teacher on duty. Tardiness in excess of 15 minutes will be considered as absence for one period.
- Five late-comings in one semester will be resulted in one demerit. Students may receive 9 demerits for leaving the school without permission or for being absent without applying leave.
Leave of absence and sick leave
- If a student cannot attend lessons because of sickness or emergency, parents should inform School through our school-based e-Platform. A medical certificate can be uploaded or handed in to the class teacher when returning to school. If the student takes a sick leave for two days or more, a medical certificate must be presented.
- If necessary, apart from filling in the absent notice, students should also submit a letter signed by parents/guardians, stating the reason for and length of the absence.
- Any absence which is not dealt with the proper procedure will be counted as absence without leave.
- If a student has been absent for more than 15 days in one semester, the school authorities may debar him from taking the examinations.
Tests and Examinations
- Students should avoid any dishonest attempt to gain marks. A student who is caught cheating during any test or examination will be given a zero mark for that paper and recorded 3 demerits and 9 demerits respectively. Additionally, conduct grade of the week will be deducted.
- Students who are absent from a test or an exam without valid reasons will be given a zero mark for the paper.
- Students who provide a validated excuse will be allowed to take the makeup exam, and the result of the makeup exam will be adjusted accordingly.
Norms for promotion, Grade Retention and Expulsion
- All concerns relating to promotion, detention or dismissal will be directed to Student Assessment
Committee by the end of the school year. Final decisions about the concerns will be made by the
committee in consultation with the class teacher(s) in accordance with the students’ academic and
- Promotion and Graduation:
Students in Primary 5 and 6 who meet the school attendance requirements, obtain a passing grade in
every subject and conduct, or those who are given the opportunity to take the resit exams and obtain a
passing grade are allowed to promote to Primary 6 or to graduate respectively.
- Grade Retention:
(1) According to Student Assessment System for Formal Education of Local Education System, school is
allowed to require Primary 5 and 6 students to repeat a grade. Grade retention is also applied for special
cases occur in the other grades.
(2) Primary 5 and 6 students who obtain a passing grade in all subjects and conduct but fail to fulfil any one
of the following are required to repeat a grade:
1. Obtain a failing grade in the Year Total Average Mark;
2. Fail in 5 weighting units or above;
3. Among the failed subjects, obtain lower than 40 marks in any major subject.
(3) According to Student Assessment System for Formal Education of Local Education System, school may
get the approval from the Student Assessment Committee, and request from the DSEDJ the
administration of grade retention to students in the following cases:
A. When both the parent and the school agree that grade retention will cater to the student’s learning development;
B. When the student’s attendance rate does not meet the requirements in the school-based students assessment regulations.
Students in the following cases may be advised for dismissal after getting the approval from the Student
A. Obtain Grade D in 3 criteria (or above) among all the criteria on the Student’s Behavior Profile;
B. Being evaluated for grade retention in the former school year, and yet no improvement is shown on academic and
C. A repeater whose academic and behavioral performances yet do not meet the requirements in the school-based
students assessment regulations;
D. Commit violent acts that harm the school’s reputation;
E. Obtain 27 demerits.
Awards and Penalties
- Merits will be assigned to students with the following favourable behaviours:
(1) Excel in both academic and conduct performances;
(2) Show diligence and have excellent performance in academic achievements;
(3) Have outstanding service to the school;
(4) Actively participate in in-school and out-of-school activities;
(5) Perform praiseworthy deeds in favour of others.
- Following penalties are authorized to impose according to the students violated acts:
(2) Time-out /after-school detention;
(4) Suspension from school;
(6) Other appropriate penalties.
- Students who commit any of the following acts will be given 9 demerits or requested for suspension or to expulse from the school:
(1) Serious behaviors which offend or insult teachers;
(2) Vandalizing school property, tampering with school notices or scribbles on the wall with
(3) Bullying or harassing others;
(4) Spreading of counterfeit orders; Forging documents or signatures;
(5) Stealing, gambling or smoking;
(6) Taking part in activities or organizations which are illegal, or harming the school reputation, or
commit a moral or criminal offense;
(7) Habitually violating the school regulations though repeated warnings are given;
(8) Obtaining 27 demerits.
Merits and Demerits
1.1 Merits will be assigned to students who:
(1) Are outstanding in their service as a member of the service team throughout the school year.
(2) Have punctual submission of all assignments and full compliance with textbooks and stationery,
and no tardiness or unexcused absence record.
(3) Have outstanding performance in representing the school in external competitions.
1.2 In order to commend students who excel in both academic achievement and conduct, the following
awards will be presented:
(1) Conduct Award
(2) Outstanding Conduct Award
(3) Conduct Progress Award
(4) Outstanding Academic Performance Award
(5) Diligent Student Award
(6) Service Award
2.1 Demerits will be assigned to students who:
(1) Have 5 records of late-coming.
(2) Have 5 records of late submission of assignments.
(3) Have 5 records of not bringing necessary textbooks or stationery for classes.
(4) Copy the homework of their fellow students or have the homework done by others.
(5) Do the homework for their fellow students or let others copy the homework.
(6) Pull pranks on others.
(7) Habitually litter in the school campus, damage or vandalise school property.
(8) Eat in class.
(9) Use inappropriate language.
(10) Deceive teachers and parents.
(11) Dishonestly appropriate property belonging to others.
(12) Falsify or tear up teachers’ messages on the diary or notices to parents.
(13) Counterfeit signatures of teachers or parents.
(14) Bully or harass others.
(15) Take part in trading activities without the permission of the school.
(16) Show disruptive behaviours in classroom.
2.2 Three demerits will be assigned to students who:
(1) Use foul language towards others in spite of repeated warnings.
(2) Show dishonesty to teachers or parents habitually.
(3) Are absent from school without leave.
(4) Falsify teachers’ messages on the diary or notices to parents after demerits were imposed on
(5) Counterfeit signatures of teachers or parents after demerits were imposed on previous violations.
(6) Cheat during test.
(7) Show contempt for authority.
(8) Deceive or steal.
(9) Possess inappropriate or obscene materials.
(10) Perform deliberate physical attacks on peers.
(11) Show disruptive behaviours which negatively impact the class discipline.
2.3 Nine demerits will be assigned to students who:
(1) Gamble or smoke inside or outside the school.
(2) Falsify report cards or test papers.
(3) Intimidate, abuse or incite violence.
(4) Have deceptive bahviours or steal habitually.
(5) Act on vandalism of school property.
(6) Cheat during exam.
(7) Commit deeds that harm the reputation of the school while wearing school uniform.
**P.S. The school authorities may alter the above-mentioned rules when they deem it necessary.