Group B

Artary children and kids artworks
UPDATED: 7/12/2017
  • Late reporting or early dismissal for assignments: Per-minute prorated deduction AND penalty of $6.00 per violation applied on monthly payment
  • Not attending accepted scheduled assignments (“NO-SHOW”): Penalty of $35.00 per session applied on monthly payment. Strictly no cancellations allowed. Penalty shall be waived if No-Show notice provided AT LEAST 12 HOURS BEFORE FIRST ASSIGNMENT OF THE DAY AND medical certificate dated same day as assignment must be submitted as email attachment within 72 hours of the assignment.
  • Not providing accurate sign in and out data: Penalty of $6.00 per sign in or sign out data, up to maximum of $12.00 per day applied on monthly payment


Scheduled Sessions

Sessions are scheduled at least 2 weeks before. Staff must follow the link online to accept their sessions.

Please ensure that you can attend your sessions before accepting them. For accountability reasons, staffs who have accepted a session but cannot attend it due to any reason, will be expected to produce a medical certificate.

The campus reserves the right to cancel any scheduled sessions if cancellation notice is provided at least 24 hours before the start of the session. Therefore, the campus may not cancel any session, and is obliged to make payment for the scheduled session if less than 24 hours notice is provided to the staff, whether or not there are any sessions.

If the campus cancels a session within 24 hours, resulting in a staff not required to be present, the staff has the option of being absent (e.g. going for meal breaks) with no payment, or remain in the campus to assist in administration or programmes with payment.


For freelance staff: Payments are based on number of assignments. Total payment for the day = Number of assignments x Per assignment rate as stated in contract.

Payment summaries are computed only after the month completed, on the first campus working day of the next month, i.e. January’s pay will be computed on the first campus working day in February.

All staff will receive payments via inter-bank transfer, and payment advice via email.

Unfortunately, there may no other payment arrangements.

Dress Code

All staff of Artary are expected to be properly attired.
  • Attire. Please read on WorkU
  • Light make up. Staff are required need to project a professional and energetic image. As such, all female staff will be required to put on light make up to look healthy and energetic.
  • Hair. Hair must not cover the eyes. This is to project the energetic and neat image. There is no requirement to tie the hair, but it is recommended. For long fringes, please clip the fringe away from the eyes.
  • Others All tattoos must be covered up. No bright coloured hair (yellow, green, pink, red, purple, orange etc.) No profanity and religious related clothes, or other potentially offensive wordings or drawings

Conduct in Campus

All staff of Artary are expected to comply:
  • No usage of any electronic device (including mobile phones) in the teaching rooms at all times. As your time during the session is paid, we request strict compliance. Allowed to use in pantry, washrooms, or outside campus in between sessions.
  • Use proper English, no Singlish, Mother Tongues, or dialects
  • No eating in the campus

Penalties Due to Negligence

ARTARY focuses immensely on providing the best art experience. Safety is our top priority in ARTARY, and proper class discipline is indispensable to the successful conduct of class.

To encourage alignment with ARTARY’s priorities, all staff are subject to penalties on negligence to safety and discipline. All staff are required to stay informed and updated on the “Class Safety” and “Class Discipline” violations published and put up in the campus.

Staff must perform immediate action when violation of safety and discipline occurs. If action cannot be conducted by staff, please escalate to Duty Teacher, or higher. Not escalating safety and disciplinary violations if immediate actions cannot be performed shall be deemed negligent.

Staff are considered negligent if actions are not issued immediately when violations occur. Negligence will be formally recorded and accumulatively considered for penalties. Management’s decision on negligence is final.

CategoryPenalties on Staff (accumulated negligent occurrences)
1Verbal warning
2Verbal & written warning
$50 penalty on 3rd negligence
3$50 penalty per negligence.
Immediate dismissal on 3rd negligence

Negligence Example 1: Student leaving classroom unattended: Students leaving the classroom unattended is a serious safety concern, and classified as a Category 3 safety violation. If teacher ignores that student has left the room and does not perform the required Category 3 immediate action (i.e. time-out), the teacher will be considered negligent. The teacher will be penalised $50 for this Category 3 negligence.

Negligence Example 2: Student painting on own hair and arm: Students observe proper discipline in a learning environment. Students painting on non-artwork is classified as a Category 3 discipline violation. The correct immediate action to perform on a Category 3 violation shall be a time-out. Teacher ignoring the student or simply issuing a verbal warning is insufficient and does not comply with the required action. Therefore, teacher will be considered as negligent. The teacher will be penalised $50 for this Category 3 negligence.

Other Penalties

To ensure that some aspects of the campus’ operations are held to a high standard, the following important non-compliances will attract penalties.

IssuePenalties on Staff
1st Occurence2nd Occurence3rd and more Occurence
Mixing up students’ artworksWarning on recordPenalty of $35Possible dismissal
Not returning students’ artworks after classWarning on recordPenalty of $35Possible dismissal

Mandatory Teacher Training Modules

Thousands of students have come through the doors of ARTARY to participate in the best art experience. Children love our exquisitely designed art programmes, and adults love our warm and personal relationships. Our children art programmes are designed to deliver a holistic, disciplined, and engaging art learning experience.

In order to maintain the quality and standard expected of all ARTARY teachers, all Group B (freelance) Teachers are expected to complete 3 mandatory Teacher Training modules.

This page will be updated regularly with the upcoming Teacher Training sessions.

TT-C-1: Class Conduct (Level 1)ARTARY Jurong Junior Campus
25 Apr 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours
ARTARY Jurong Junior Campus
29 Aug 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours
TT-S-1: Essential Skills (Level 1)ARTARY Tampines Mall Junior Campus
28 Feb 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours
ARTARY Tampines Mall Junior Campus
31 Oct 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours
TT-S-2: Essential Skills (Level 2)
*Must attend TT-S-1 first.
ARTARY Tampines Mall Junior Campus
27 Jun 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours
ARTARY Tampines Mall Junior Campus
26 Dec 2019, 1930H. 1.5 – 2 hours

Registration is required before you can attend training. Please wait for training announcements from the campus team.

Training Payments

To encourage all Group B Teachers to complete the training, all 3 mandatory Teacher Training modules are paid.

Training sessions are paid lump sum, upon meeting the following requirements:
  1. Completion of all 3 modules. Your attendance is recorded after every training, according to the time spent (1. 5 or 2 hours)
  2. Completed 50 assignments (each class taken is 1 assignment) AFTER completion of all 3 modules. Your assignments are recorded in e-Payslip
Submit the form below to request for payment. All fields are required.

Your Name

Your Email

Please confirm:

Attended all 3 required modules (TT-C-1, TT-S-1, TT-S-2)
Completed 50 assignments AFTER completion of 3 modules
Updated bank account details on Staff Profile to receive payments

No partial payments or exceptions.

Rejection of Training

Group B Teachers who have been invited for training, but rejected twice (due to whatever reason) will be omitted from the schedule.

Training Videos

All staff are required to watch the training videos:

Personal Social Media Accounts

Almost everyone possess social media accounts these days.

To put it clearly: The company has no right to control what employees or contracted staff do during their personal time, or what they post on social media.

However, should there be any damage done towards the company, be it in reputation, branding, trust etc., due to posts or actions done on social media, the company has to take reasonable action to prevent further damage, including dismissal. Being in the education industry also means all staff have to maintain maturity, integrity, self-respect and trustworthiness and to stay WELL CLEAR to draw controversies or misunderstandings from the public.

Live streaming apps where a “brand” is created around an individual, or social platforms where individuals can earn rewards online with the intention to receive remuneration, is in direct violation with contracts where any contract/part-time/casual/freelance work is disallowed during employment.

Therefore, please consider our recommendations on using social media:
  • Keep personal and work totally separate on social media
  • Do not divulge the company, work location, and any other information that may relate you to the company on social media
  • Do not discuss any work related issues, or reveal any student information on social media
  • Do not post any photos bearing the company logo, work locations, artworks or students
  • Do not create a public persona that creates distrust in the job you perform in the company
  • Avoid conducting or soliciting any business online
  • Understand that whatever you say or post may be interpreted out of context and used against you or the company anytime in the future. Do not trust any privacy features of social media platforms as search engines can index any information available online

Other Notes

  • The campus does not discriminate against smokers. However, as staff are expected to set a good example to young children, and expected to project a healthy image to the public, we request staff to refrain from smoking within the neighbourhood of the campus. The impression the public has of the campus’ staff is one of the major determining factor towards continued employment of the staff with the campus.
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