The Chintels School, Ratanlal Nagar, Kanpur - Affiliated to ICSE Board

Code of Conduct

Delivering quality and marvellous education since 1989, The Chintels Schools follows a firm code of conduct to avoid irrelevant trifles disturbing the everyday routine. Substantial belief exists on the fact that in future a child reflects the values and habits of his childhood. So the school makes children abide by a code of a conduct that they emerge as a good human soul.

Children have to follow the district code of conduct in and after the school time. They would solely be responsible for the good or bad activity they would be found engrossed in. The schools timing is strictly to be abided by else entry in the school would be restricted for the day. The school uniform and way of carrying oneself should be neat, clean and decent. Discipline is must in a person’s life as it itself solves seventy percent of problems. Attendance of an individual should be up to the mark and absence would be allowed on a proved logical reason. Revolving around these norms, the school makes its students not only academically strong but also well disciplined and a perfectly faultless human.

The following list is a general set of rules that every teacher should live by. These rules encompass all facets of teaching, both in and out of the classroom.

Rules For Teachers:

1. Act in your students' best interest: Always do what you believe is best for your students because as are your number one priority. Whenever making a decision, ask yourself, "How does this benefit my students?" If you can't come up with an answer, reconsider your choice.
2. Build important relationships: Focus on establishing meaningful, cooperative relationships with everyone you encounter. Building strong relationships with your students, peers, administrators, and parents will ultimately make your job easier.
3. Be explicit about rules and expectations:Clearly establish rules, expectations, and procedures on the first day of school, then discuss and reference them often. Students cannot be expected to be held accountable for their actions if they do not know how they should behave. Be firm, fair, and consistent for a classroom that runs more smoothly.
4. Be fair and consistent:Your students watch for this and are quick to notice disparities. Do not undermine your own authority and the relationships you have worked hard to build by playing favorites or showing prejudice.
5. Be prepared:Take a cue from the students and always be prepared! Preparation will not guarantee success but lack of preparation makes it much less likely. Put in the time to engage your students, craft effectual lessons, and provide useful feedback.
6. Learn every day:Teaching is a journey that will provide you with many opportunities to learn but you have to be open and willing to take them.
You should strive to improve your teaching each and every day, even when you've been in the classroom for years.
7. Leave your problems at the door:Never bring your personal problems or issues into the classroom—leave them at home. Your students should never know when something in your personal life is bothering you.
8. Involve families:Parents can make or break their children's education, and as such, teachers must do their part to engage even the most reluctant parents in the learning process. Provide plenty of opportunities for parents and guardians to become involved and feel welcomed into your classroom
9. Protect your students:Protect your students at all costs. It is your job to ensure that your students are safe and secure at all times. Practice safety procedures frequently in class and never allow students to engage in reckless behaviour. Discuss safe behaviour outside of school too
10. Protect yourself:A teacher must never put themselves in a compromising situation that will bring harm to their career or person. They should always be aware of their surroundings and never allow themselves to be too vulnerable or have their reputation called into question. Protect yourself from danger by maintaining self-control and staying alert at all times
11. Get along with administration:Respect the decisions of administrators and understand that they have many responsibilities. Teachers that have great working relationships with their administrators enjoy a more relaxed and supportive work environment
12. Get to know your students:Take the time to find out what your students like to do and incorporate their interests into your lessons. Establish a rapport and connection with them not only to engage them in class but also to show that you care about them beyond their performance in school
13. Listen:Always be willing to listen to others, especially your students. Use their feedback to improve your practice. Responsive teachers take the time to learn from what others have to say because they know that they are not perfect
14. Assume responsibility for mistakes:Own your faults and correct your mistakes—teachers are not expected to know everything. Set a positive example for your students by calling attention to your errors and showing them that mistakes help you learn
15. Seek advice from other teachers:Fellow teachers can be one of your greatest resources. Take advantage of the experiences that others have had by working cooperatively, sharing stories and materials whenever you can. You are not alone!

16. Be flexible:Be willing to adapt and change. There is always going to be something new to try and things to improve. Some of the best moments in teaching are born out of spontaneity—embrace change rather than resist it
17. Be encouraging:Be your students’ biggest cheerleader. Never tell them that they cannot do anything. Help them accomplish their goals by familiarizing yourself with their specific needs and setting them on the path to success, nudging them gently back in the right direction if they need it
18. Never embarrass your students:Never put down a student, especially not in front of their peers. If you need to discipline or correct a student, do so privately and thoughtfully. Your goal is to teach and guide them when they slip up, not make them feel guilty or bad
19. Have fun:Have fun! Enjoy your work and your students will take notice and follow suit. Teaching can be messy but it is better to embrace the chaos than take it too seriously
20. Be involved in the lives of your students:Go the extra mile when you can. The best teachers go out of their way to attend student events such as sports and concerts to show their support. These small actions mean a lot to your students
21. Provide meaningful and frequent feedback:Try not to fall behind in grading and recording and don't take shortcuts. When this task feels overwhelming, remind yourself that timely constructive feedback is worth the effort in the long run because students learn most when you check in with them about their performance
22. Stay up-to-date:Always be aware of and adhere to local policies and procedures. If you are not sure about something, it is better to ask than make assumptions and mistakes. You must know and follow the rules of teaching just as you expect your students to know and follow yours
23. Decompress after school:Find time to decompress outside of school. Every teacher needs to have hobbies and interests that allow them to distance themselves from the stress of school. Teaching may take up a large portion of your life but should not be all that you do


May 20, 2023
The Chintels School has once again made it to the list of the National Toppers with Ahaana Arora becoming the Second highest scorer in the country.

May 10, 2023
Bhavya Singh of The Chintels School bagged 2nd runner up at Inter School Table Tennis Tournament 2023 under 9 category .

May 10, 2023
Yathartha Singh Gaur for his exemplary performance at the National Design Championship 2022 in the Junior Category for Graphic Design.

May 10, 2023
Aprajit Singh of The Chintels School has proved it by his outstanding performance in the Inter School Table Tennis Tournament 2023 by outshining as the winner under 9 category (boys).

April 27, 2023
Adyansh Singh whose hard work paid off in the Under 17 Selection Dist. Chess Tournament organised by Kanpur Chess Association.

April 27, 2023
Ashna Arora (Under 17 Category) who became the second runner up at the Selection Chess Championship organised by Kanpur Chess Association.

April 27, 2023
Ashna Arora (Under 17 Category) who became the second runner up at the Selection Chess Championship organised by Kanpur Chess Association.

April 24, 2023
Anusha Dixit of class 11 for her exceptional performance at Renegade, The Debate Festival, hosted by SRCC, New Delhi in which over 200 students participated.

March 02, 2023
Bhumi Prasad, (Class 11) Judges' Choice Award in International Level Creative Writing Event organised by Sunbeam School, Lahartara

December 14, 2022
The preparations for our Annual Concert 2K22 युगपथ have taken off in full swing and we're landing very soon at The Chintels School, Kalyanpur.

July 27, 2022
Prabhkeerat Singh (ISC) has emerged out to be a National Topper. He has brought laurels not only to the school but also to the city by scoring 98.75%

October 28, 2020
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE Activity by classes IX-XII

October 28, 2020

October 27, 2020
'Monday for Mother Nature'

October 21, 2020
'Ramayan' Epic Activity from 21.OCT - 31.OCT

October 03, 2020

September 30, 2020

July 28, 2020
The Chintels School Congratulates Ashutosh Sahu and Abhay Porwal

July 13, 2020
2020 ICSE AND ISC Result

March 26, 2020

March 07, 2020
Introducing Humanities Subject

December 19, 2019
NEXUS 2019

May 17, 2018
Vansh Sethi highest scorer with 100% marks in Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science and Physical Education.

May 17, 2018
Ishaan Garag – ICSE Topper with 97.4%

May 17, 2018
Vartika Agarwal – ISC Topper with 97.75%

May 17, 2018
100% results in both ICSE and ISC examination – 2018.

May 17, 2018
Bagged first prize (both Senior and Junior category) in the Inter School Dance Competition organised by the Rotary Club of Kanpur.

May 03, 2018
Earth Day was celebrated in our school from 19 to 21 April in order to spread awareness regarding environmental protection.

April 17, 2018
Pravatika Verma - Best Chaser of 7th Block Sub Junior Kho Kho Championship

April 17, 2018
Winners of 7th Block National Junior Kho-Kho Championship - 2018

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