o Late coming
o Improper attire and grooming
o Using vulgar language
o Not doing assignments
o Disruptive behaviour
o Open defiance and/or rudeness
o Cheating in assessments / tests / examinations
o Possession of weapons
• A Minor Offence would be deemed as a Serious Offence when a pupil commits the offence frequently and recalcitrantly.
- Verbal warning
- Written warning
- Suspension from class / school
- Corrective work such as service to school/ community
- The school believes that enforcing good discipline is part of the school’s responsibility in providing a holistic education for its pupils. However, its success depends greatly on the understanding and co-operation it receives from the parents or guardians of the students.