Wah Yan College, Kowloon
1. In Classrooms
Students should be in time for each lesson and if they
arrive late, should report to the teacher in charge.
All should stand up and salute teachers or visitors when
these enter or leave the classroom.
If the door is closed the student nearest it should open
it for the teacher or visitors when they are leaving.
No students is to rush out ahead of the teacher at the
end of the class.
If a teacher does not arrive five minutes after the bell
has been rung, the Class Prefect should let the Prefect of Studies or the
All should cooperate in keeping the classroom tidy by
putting rubbish in the waste-paper-basket and not throwing it on the corridors
or about the grounds.
It will be looked on as a serious offence to go into
another classroom without leave.
2. On corridors & Stairs.
When walking along corridors or going up and down stairs
keep to the left.
Go to drill, the Physics or Chemistry laboratories quietly
and in single file.
The school uniform is to be worn during class time. It
drill white shorts and shoes are compulsory.
Care should be taken no to dirty louvers or walls by
footmarks and this, or other damage to property will be penalized.
Silence is to be observed outside the Chapel when mass
is being said and when there is benediction.
All boys must leave the school premises during the lunch
3. Outside school.
Students should not injure the good reputation of the
school by using language common to the uneducated class.
No student of this school should indulge in such undesirable
practises as gambling, smoking etc.
To be excused i.e. for a period over one month, permission
must be obtained from the Rector, and for a shorter period, from the Prefect
The Prefect of Studies for a serious reason can give
permission to leave school during class hours. If he is absent the Form
Master and the Office should be informed. The permission should be in writing.
A letter of excuse should be obtained from ones parents on the following
day. To enter the Masters Common room, verbal permission from a teacher
is required. Outsiders are not to be invited to play games in the grounds
without leave of the Games-master.
The Headmaster must be asked for permission for
1. To write article for publication concerning
the school or its activities.
2. To form a class society.
3. To engage a teacher who is employed in this
school to coach them in school subjects.