Asl is an acronym for Aslafy and is an abbreviation of Aslām, meaning “asylum”, or “place of refuge” or “protection” and is commonly used as a reference to people who live in Aslám.
A teacher should wear a white shirt and a black jacket, and avoid using the word “teacher”.
The teacher’s name should be aslaf, or Aslâm.
“Teachers” also mean “children”.
Teachers should not wear neckties.
A white dress shirt is worn with a black tie, and black jeans, a black top and white socks.
A black bowtie is worn, with a white bowtie around the neck, and white shoes.
A student’s name, title and the word teacher should not be shown on the teacher’s clothing.
The name of the teacher is aslân, which means “place” or place of refuge, or place “protection”.
A teacher is not required to wear an umbrella or other protective clothing.
In Aslana, teachers wear the hijab or niqab (head coverings), and a student wears the hijab if it covers her face.
Teachers who are not wearing the hijab are called “university teachers”.
The student who is wearing the niqa should be dressed in black and wear a veil.
The teacher should also wear the teacher hat with the teacher name on it.
A school should not allow students to leave school wearing the headscarf.
Students should be taught the correct way to wear the head scarf, and they should be told not to wear it to school.
A niqabi is a person who wears a veil in a head covering.
The hijab is worn by a Muslim woman, and is usually tied with black or red thread, and sometimes a white ribbon.
A hijab should not cover more than half of the head and should be kept tucked in at the top of the hair.
Students may wear a head scarf or hijab if they are: a student in Grade 5, or above