As responsible young adults, all TPJCians are expected to:
- Take responsibility for themselves and take pride in the College
- Embrace the College Vision
- Live out the Core Values of the College
While we emphasize the importance of academic development, character development is also an important part of a student’s holistic development. To complement the student development programmes in our curriculum, the College emphasises the importance of student discipline, which will in turn have a positive impact on student learning and performance.
|(I) Morning Attendance
Students are to wear uniform as prescribed by College and no modification to the College uniform is allowed.
Blouses/shirts may have elastic-waist bands, but may not be folded more than 5cm below the waist.
Skirts must not be shorter than 4 cm above knee cap (middle).
|(B) College Badge
The College Badge must always be worn with the College blouse/shirt. It should be worn on the right collar. CCA badges should be worn on the left collar.
|(C) College Tie
The College Tie must be worn on tie day (Monday) from 8.35am to 12.00pm. It should be worn smartly, with the knot snugly around the collar.
|(D) PE Attire
Only College T-shirts and shorts may be worn for P.E. lessons. P.E. attire may only be worn for P.E. lessons and sports activities. (College Polo T-shirts are not to be worn for PE).
All T-shirt designs including CG and CCA T-shirt design must carry the College name or logo and be approved by the HOD PE/CCA. Only black, white and any shades of green colour are allowed. These may only be worn on designated occasions.
Students may wear the college polo T-shirt every Tuesday to Friday.
Only College belts, black or brown belts may be worn.
Only sports shoes with socks may be worn in College. Slippers or sandals are not allowed
Students’ hair must be neat and of their natural colour.
Male students should be clean-shaven and their hair should not touch the eyebrows, ears or shirt-collar (Sikh students exception)
Female students’ fringes should not touch the eyebrows. Shoulder length hair (or longer) must be neatly tied up.
|(B) Jewellery or Accessory
No make-up or jewellery, including earrings is to be worn by any student, male or female. Ear studs (same pair) should not be more than 0.5cm.
Every student must attend flag-raising dressed in the College uniform as prescribed by College. Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge. For pledge-taking, the right fist should be placed over the heart.
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.
Students must abide by all rules pertaining to the use of College facilities.
Students may not use electronic devices such as mobile phones, mp3 player, and handheld computer games during lessons.
Students should not play poker cards in College.
No food should be consumed in classroom/LTs. Food can only be consumed at canteen, café and the benches outside the canteen and café area on Level 1. Students should return all crockery to the respective receptacles.
|(I) Attendance of Lessons
Students are required to attend all lessons.
|Academic Truancy is recorded as the number of times absent for class per subject within a year.
If a student is absent from class, he/she will need to produce the relevant documents to the General Office within 3 days after his/her return. Failure to do so will be considered absence without reason.
If a student needs to leave College before his/her last period or before 1pm, he/she is required to submit a pink form for approval and will need to produce the relevant documents to General Office within 3 days. Failure to do so will be considered absence without reason.
Parent’s letters are accepted up to 4 days of absences per year. Parent’s letters are not accepted during assessment period.
|(II) Submission of Assignment
Students are required to hand in their assignments.
|(III) Preparation, Punctuality and Participation in Class
Students are required to be punctual, prepare and participate actively in class.
The College will take firm actions against recalcitrant students and those who commit serious offences. The measures may include detention, suspension, Community Work Order, dismissal from College, lodging of police report, or any other actions deemed appropriate by our College Disciplinary Board.
Updated as of 24 January 2018