Lasallians believe in God, in others and in ourselves.
Anthonians have integrity.
Cheating: Anthonians do not copy or refer to unauthorised materials.
They do not amend test scores without permission.
Theft/Extortion: Anthonians do not take things belonging to others.
Truancy: Anthonians have valid reasons or parental permission to be absent from school. They will submit their medical certificates/ parents’ letter when they next meet their form teacher.
Anthonians stay in school during school hours.
Anthonians are honourable and are responsible for their actions.
Forgery: Anthonians use only their personal user identities and passwords.
They do not forge the signatures of others.
Gangsterism: Anthonians do not join gangs.
Gambling: Anthonians do not gamble.
Lasallians work with others to achieve our vision.
Anthonians respect Singapore.
Anthonians who are Singapore Citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the pledge. They will take the pledge with the right fist placed over their heart.
Anthonians respect other’ time.
Punctuality: Anthonians are present in the hall for morning assembly at 7:30am. This means they should be assembled in the hall before 7.30am
Anthonians respect the occasion.
Attire (Uniform): All Anthonians are to wear the prescribed school uniform. Any form of modification to the uniform is not allowed. Please refer to the photographs at the end of this section to see how uniforms are to be worn.
- Name tag is sewn above the shirt pocket/school crest (PE)
- Skorts reach the middle of the kneecap
Attire (Tie): Anthonians wear the school tie every day for the duration of the morning assembly except on days when they have PE lessons.
Attire (Shoes): Anthonians wear white canvas shoes and white socks with the school name visible. *Alternative footwear due to medical conditions will be considered on a case-by-case basis and a letter of explanation must be submitted to school via the Form Teacher.
Grooming: Anthonians will keep their hair in its natural colour.
- The fringe should be cut, clipped or tied up so that eyes are not covered.
- Hair is kept short above the back of the collar. Long hair is neatly plaited/tied using plain black hair accessories.
- Hair is kept short without touching the ears, eyebrows and shirt collar.
- Boys are not allowed to keep facial hair and are required to be clean-shaven.
Attire (Accessories): Girls may wear only one small gold/silver/ transparent ear stud/loop in each ear lobe.
Quiet Zones: Anthonians maintain silence in the quiet zones (i.e. corridors and staircase landings).
Quiet Time: Anthonians maintain silence during Quiet Time in the hall.
Anthonians respect one another.
Behaviour in School: Anthonians treat one another with respect and compassion.
- Greet/thank the teacher/staff/visitor.
- Ask for permission to enter/leave the room.
- Queue to buy food/drink, consume food/drink only in the canteen and return all cutlery and crockery
Mobile Phones: Anthonians use their mobile phones only for making necessary calls or sending messages before or after curriculum hours and with the teacher’s permission.
Open Defiance: Anthonians do not wilfully disobey a person of authority.
All students are not allowed to have in their possession any weapon. They are also not allowed to bring any weapon-like item which is used or intended to be used to cause harm to others.
Possession of cigarettes/tobacco products and smoking: Anthonians are prohibited from bringing any cigarettes or tobacco products to school and from smoking.
Possession of pornographic,inappropriate materials or dangerous items: Anthonians do not bring pornographic and inappropriate materials, or dangerous items to school.
Inappropriate touch and indecent exposure: Anthonians refrain from inappropriate touch and indecent acts.
Anthonians respect the school.
Behaviour in Public: Anthonians are well-behaved in public e.g. shopping malls and void decks. They do not behave in a manner which brings the school into disrepute.
Behaviour on Public Transport: Anthonians observe all road/ school bus safety guidelines when coming to/leaving school. Anthonians do not consume food and/or drinks when they are on public transport.
Littering: Anthonians dispose of litter in appropriate places.
School Property: Anthonians handle all things that do not belong to them with care.
Vandalism: Anthonians do not deface or vandalise school or public property (e.g. tables, walls, benches etc)
Assault/Fighting: Anthonians do not use physical violence.
Bullying: Anthonians do not engage in bullying (verbal, physical, emotional) or cyberbullying and report all bullying cases.
Note: Major rules are in bold.
Anthonians are punctual for their examinations.
Candidates who are unwell will not be allowed to sit for tests and examinations.
Medical certificates from Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners will not be accepted for absence from examinations.
For the PSLE, a medical certificate and a doctor’s letter, stating that the Anthonian is unfit to take the exam, is required.
No extra time will be given to candidates who are late.
Candidates who are late for more than 30 minutes will not be allowed to sit for the paper and will not be awarded any marks for the paper.
Parents will be informed.
Anthonians are in their full school uniform during examinations unless given permission to do otherwise.
Candidates are to exchange his/her uniform for a set from the school. OR
Candidates are to return home and change before coming back to school for the paper.
Anthonians bring only approved electronic devices (i.e. Mother Tongue dictionaries and calculators) for their examinations.
Candidates are to surrender their devices (e.g. mobile phones) to the examiner/invigilator before the examination.
Electronic devices which are not approved will be taken by the examiner/invigilator.
Candidates found with unapproved electronic devices will be regarded as cheating.
Based on documentation and/or evidence from teachers and statements by pupils, the Case Management Team will decide on a plan of action to address any infraction of the school rules. These actions may include but are not limited to the following:
- Informing parents
- Meeting with parents
- Daily monitoring of Anthonian’s activities by the school and parents.
- Awarding a ‘Fair’ or ‘Poor’ conduct grade
- Restorative Service(s)
- Corporal punishment (e.g. caning)