The use of mobiles in the school campus is strictly prohibited. We understand that mobiles have become an integral part of studies due to COVID pandemic and in the present situation students cannot do without mobiles. But in spite of all this, the use of mobiles within the school campus still remains prohibited.
Students are not allowed to come to school driving their personal vehicles. Again, we understand that due to COVID situation parents are hard pressed to drop and pick their children to and from school. But even then the use of personal vehicles by students remains prohibited mainly because they are not eligible for driving licence being less than 18 years of age. We want Wisdom students to grow as civilized, law-abiding citizens and driving a vehicle without valid licence is violation of the law.
Parents are requested to make sure that their wards properly follow the school rules as violation of the same may lead to suspension or even expulsion of the student from the school depending upon the gravity of the violation.
Separate Identity Card for students and Escort Pass for parents are issued to all the students at the beginning of the session.
The Identity Card must be worn by the students every day.
The parents must ensure that they bring the Escort Pass when they come to pick up their child in the school or at bus stoppage.
No student is allowed to go home during school hours. In case of emergency either of the parents or their representative with a valid Escort Pass issued by the school has to come personally to take the child.
Loss of Identity Card/Escort Pass must be reported immediately to the school.
New Identity Card/Escort Pass will be issued on payment of Rs.100/- each.
All the students are supposed to wear school uniform when attending the school, Parent-Educator Meet, school celebrations, extra classes as well as while representing the school at functions outside school.
All the students are required to wear only the prescribed school uniform. No modification to the uniform is allowed.
All the students wearing the school uniform are supposed to ensure that their shirts are tucked in the trousers at all times.
Students are expected to keep their appearance neat and tidy.
For boys, the hair must be neat, short, simple and properly combed.
For girls, long hair must be plaited or tied up neatly and accessories like hair clips and their bands must be black.
Nails must be kept short and clean.
Students should wear their winter uniform (full sleeved shirt) from 1st November and Blazers from 1st December.
Sikh students who wear turban should wear a Beige colour one (same as trousers) with khaki uniform and White with the Tracksuit.