DBS
 
Summer School Programme;Pre-S1 HK Attainment Test


    Administration
    School Committee | Working Committees | Staff Development | Development | Departments | Staff | School Calendar | School Rules | Uniform

    "Love God, love your neighbour" Diocesan Boys' School Primary Division expects students to show respect for all members of the school community at all times, and to value and respect the school buildings, grounds and property. Our expectations include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Forbidden

    • Using of foul language.
    • Fighting or bullying.
    • Shouting, playing ball games or displaying rowdy behaviour in classrooms.
    • Running or loitering in the corridors.
    • Standing on or climbing any of the railings.
    • Wilful damage to school property, e.g., plants, furniture, notices, magazines and books, etc.; any damage should be reported immediately.
    • Putting up notices or distributing any printed materials without proper authorisation.
    • Writing on the walls, chairs, desks or any other fixtures in school.
    • Throwing or slinging any objects likely to cause injury (Including throwing/ dropping objects from heights).
    • Using of razors, cutters or sharp blades without teachers' permission.
    • Using of radios, cameras, tape-recorders, computers or other electronic equipment without teachers' permission.
    • Bringing any valuables, such as mobile phones, necklaces, rings, toys and games, etc., to school without prior approval.
    • Using the lift without adult's supervision.
    • Spitting or chewing gum at school.
    • Playing ball games at school without teacher's supervision.

    2. Out of Bounds

    • The Staff Room
    • The School Office and the Headteacher's Office, except on business.
    • All scaffolding.
    • All classrooms and corridors during recess (except classroom recess or with teacher's permission.)
    • The climbing rock area and all slopes.
    • The covered car park area.
    • The roundabout next to the Basketball Court, the grass plots and the lawn.
    • The Visual Arts, G.S., Computer, Music, Multi-purpose, Chinese Culture Rooms, Language Laboratory and Student Activity Centre, except for regular lessons or with special permission.
    • The Hall, except for authorized activities.
    • The Staircase 4 or Roof Gardens.

    3. The Hall

    An air of dignity should be maintained in the Hall at all times. No meetings / activities should be held without permission. There must also be no eating, drinking, or misbehaving inside the Hall.

    4. Lateness

    Students should arrive at school before 8:40 a.m.

    • During morning assembly, the late-comer should stand at the blue frame.
    • After morning assembly (or when there is no morning assembly), the late-comer must report himself to the School General Office before being admitted to class.

    5. Absence/ Half-day Leave

    • Parents should obtain a half-day leave application form from the School General Office for picking up student during school hours if necessary.
    • Students leaving school without permission from the School Authorities are considered to be playing truant.
    • To apply for absence from school, students must submit the "student’s leave application form" to the Class Teacher in advance (for non-sick leave) or on the first day of returning to school after a sick leave.
    • Any student who is absent due to sickness for more than 2 days should get his parents to notify the Headteacher.
    • Swimming Gala, Sports Day and Speech Day are special function days. To support the School, students are required to be present. Absentees that can produce a letter from doctors may be exempted.
    • Any absence without a medical certificate or supporting document will be counted as absenteeism.
    • All boys and visitors are not allowed to stay at school after 5:00 p.m. without prior permission.

    6. Physical Education

    Students can only be excused from P.E. lessons if they bring a letter from parents, guardians or doctors requesting exemption from lessons. This letter must be produced to the P.E. teacher at the beginning of lessons.

    7. School Uniform

    Students should keep their appearance clean and tidy at all times.
    Winter Uniform

    • Grey shorts
    • White long sleeved shirt with a white cotton vest underneath
    • School tie
    • Dark blue blazer with school badge on the pocket
    • Long grey socks
    • Black leather soles
    • Black leather belt (optional)

    Summer Uniform

    • Grey shorts
    • White short sleeved shirt with a white cotton vest underneath
    • School metal badge worn in button-hole
    • Short white socks (Ankles must be covered)
    • Black leather soles
    • Black leather belt (optional)

    P.E. Uniform
    Students should bring their P.E. uniform and sports shoes in a P.E. bag, and get changed during P.E. lessons only.

    • House T-shirt with a white cotton vest underneath
    • Blue shorts
    • White sports shoes
    • School tracksuit (for winter)

    Guidelines

    • Shirt: Plain white. Shirts should be properly tucked in.
    • Pullover: Collarless; V-neck. Plain grey.
    • Shoes: Plain black. Suede shoes or shoes of two colours or very pointed shoes are not allowed.
    • Gloves and Scarfs: Plain, dark blue or grey. Not allowed indoors.
    • Belt: Plain black. Plain buckle.
    • The grey shorts, summer and winter, should not be in cotton drill.
    • Adornments are not permitted.
    • Students must maintain a tidy and clean haircut. Hairstyling materials that produce a wet look, colour, or odor are not permitted.

    Guidelines for School Uniform below 13°C

    • All students should strictly follow the school rules about "School Uniform" at all times.
    • When the temperature reading issued by the Hong Kong Observatory drops to 13°C or below, students are allowed to wear, in addition to school uniform, thick overcoat/ Chinese padded jacket of plain dark blue and grey trousers.