School Uniform Guidelines

School uniform provides the student’s identity and imparts self-importance. It also helps to reduce absentees, promotes school attendance, pay attention to their studies and encourages discipline, attention and good behaviour.

Furthermore, the implementation of school uniform encourages school wellbeing and enhance the learning environment.

Uniform
Pre School

  • SOE logo
  • Polo white shirt with orange full sleeves and blue neckline
  • Dark blue trousers
  • Dark blue jumper with orange borders and stripes
  • White socks
  • White shoes (Fleets)

Uniform Junior & Primary School for Boys

  • SOE logo
  • White full sleeves shirt with blue check collar
  • Dark blue pants
  • White socks
  • Black school shoes

Note: In winter, flees jackets will be added on.

Uniform Junior School for Girls

  • SOE logo
  • White frock with orange check collar
  • White leggings
  • White socks
  • Black school shoes

Note: In winter, flees jackets will be added on.

Uniform Primary School for Girls

  • SOE logo
  • White full sleeves kameez with orange check collar
  • White shalwar
  • Orange sash with SOE logo
  • Scarf from Grade V onwards
  • White socks
  • Black school shoes

Note: In winter, flees jackets will be added on.

Regular Sports
Uniform

  • White full sleeves T-shirt
  • Dark blue trousers with logo
  • Dark blue jacket with orange sleeves and striped collar

Uniform Guidelines for Girls

  • School of Enablers Badge and ID card must be worn at all times.
  • Shoes shall be polished with no marks.
  • Hair should be well kept and tied. Must be thoroughly combed.
  • No jewellery, ornaments or accessories should be worn.
  • Personal hygiene is essential. A neat and tidy appearance is a must.
  • Make up and nail colour is not allowed.

Uniform Guidelines for Boys

  • School of Enablers Badge and ID card must be worn at all times.
  • Shoes shall be polished with no marks.
  • Hair should be short cut. Must be thoroughly combed.
  • Personal hygiene is essential. A neat and tidy appearance is a must.
  • No cap, hat or bandanas are allowed.

SCHOOL SOCIETIES & CLUBS

School of Enablers put an emphasis on developing the creative skills of students and enabling them to learn to balance their studies with co-curricular activities. It is mandatory for each student to enrol in at least one of the societies on the proposition. It empowers the students to become contributing members of the school community and allows them to develop in their specific areas of interest.

  • Community Service and Environment, Art, ICT
  • Literary (Urdu and English) Society
  • Performing Arts Club
  • Debates Club
  • Sports and Fitness
  • Literary Club
  • Mathematical Club
  • Community Service

BEHAVIOR POLICY

SOE believes in recognizing and appreciating students who embody the school values: honesty, compassion, respect, courage, responsibility, open-mindedness. The students are awarded Behaviour Awards once a year. Although, these awards have nothing to do with a student’s academic standing; they are based purely on her manner, character and attitude. Those students who maintain the school rules are punctual and regular with their attendance are looked on more positively when teachers shortlist candidates for leadership of societies and clubs.

Those who excel academically or show development in a particular subject also receive awards. However, we do not wish our students to focus too much on their grades: they should try to do their best and have a satisfying and wholesome school experience by participating in events and activities in and around the school.

Glimpses of School Life

Community Service Program

SOE strongly believes to engage students in community service that not only provides students with the opportunity to become active members of society but also boost their confidence and enables them to acquire life skills and knowledge.

Some of the benefits of the Community Service Program:
  • Help Others
  • Improve Community
  • Make Friends
  • Personal Development
  • Work Experience