A uniform and intentionally acceptable way of greeting ------ boys bow, and girls curtsy with smiles on their faces.
Refiners schools employ the 21st century disciplinary measures like assertive discipline, detention etc. to ensure a minimal level of disruptive behaviours from students. However, the school will summon the parent or guardian of any erring students in severe cases of misconduct.
Modalities of the Extra-curricular activities will be communicated to parents.
To promote routines and habits that enhances the general wellbeing in students and to curb frivolous use of money, the school has stipulated the following policies.
No alcoholic drink is expected to be consumed by any student. Any student caught possessing any alcoholic beverage or food will be liable to expulsion.
The use of foul language is prohibited and the use of any of such will attract disciplinary actions.
Students placed in school community service are expected to observe required duties when given.
Extension class is a compulsory session for all students in Year 11 and Year 10 classes. This usually will hold during the long/summer holiday for a period of four weeks. The time table and expected fee will be communicated prior to vacation and the dress code must comply with the moral standards of the school (Any child who dresses inappropriately will not be allowed into the school premises).
Gadgets are allowed for communication purposes only for students who follow their parents/guardian to school and also the use of the gadgets are restricted to the minimal level of making and receiving calls from their parents/guardian.
Daily Activities include: