The Chintels School, Kalyanpur, Kanpur - Affiliated to CBSE Board


School Policies regarding Attendance, Discipline, School Calendar/Weather Closings, Uniform Policy and Admission details can be found in the Parent and Scholar Code of Conduct.

  • Attendance is the first step in ensuring academic achievement. In order to ensure that the scholars reach for their personal best, they must show up and give their best effort at school each and every day, regular attendance is required.
  • The School Campus operates from, Monday to Saturday.
  • All absences - "Excused" and "Unexcused"- are considered absences: Any day the child does not attend school is considered an absence. Only scholar illness (with doctor's note), a death in the family, religious holiday (with parent/guardian notes) are considered 'excused' absences, though the scholar is still considered (and marked) absent from school.
  • Students are not allowed to go home during school hours. Parents are advised not to make any social engagements or medical appointments during working hours.
  • To ensure better discipline, parents are requested not to send their ward to school on the day they have such appointments.
  • No child will be permitted to attend the class, if he/she is suffering from any contagious disease,until a medical certificate is produced.
  • Regular attendance is an important factor. If the child has less than 85% Attendance, his/her promotion to the next class may be affected.
  • Repeated or unexplained absence for a month renders the student liable to have his name struck off the rolls.
  • Re-admission may be granted only on the payment of fresh Admission fee.
  • The school gate will close 10 minutes after the first bell rings.
Behaviour Management Cycle:

Our approach to discipline is rooted in a belief that the learning environment is sacred. We will do whatever it takes to make sure that every child is safe (physically, emotionally, mentally, and intellectually) and that every child has the chance to learn without needless disruptions. We have very high expectations for scholar behaviour in order to create and preserve a focused learning environment. The school administrators have the authority to decide on the appropriate consequences for scholar behaviour and infractions, including but not limited to; Point deductions, detention, school service, loss of school privileges, and suspension.

  • Parents are advised to send nutritious food to school with the child. Children are not allowed to bring any unhealthy drinks (e.g., colas or juices heavy in sugar) or unhealthy food to school.
  • Junk food, soda, gum etc. cannot be brought to supplement a school lunch.
  • The entire lunch (one box for short break and the other for a long break) must be in one bag or container with the scholar's name on it. Table Mat should be brought daily along with the lunch box.
School Closures / Weather Closings:
  • School will remain close only in cases of extreme weather conditions/ Govt. orders.
  • If parents and others concerned with the school don't know whether the school is delayed, closed, or open during inclement weather, they can check the school website, Facebook page, Edunext app or the local television news channel.
  • At the discretion of the Principal, any classroom days lost to closure due to inclement weather or other reasons may be made up by adding an equal number of days during or at the end of the school year.
  • All scholars are required to come to school in the prescribed uniform every day.
  • Scholars may not change out of their uniform at any point during the school day or any school field trips.
  • If a child fails to come in neat and clean uniform, he/she may be penalised or sent back home, unless there is written communication from the parent.
  • No expensive or fancy accessories/ articles are allowed in school. Expensive Jewellery,Mobile Phones, I-pods etc. are strictly prohibited and will be confiscated. The school is not responsible for any personal property lost.
  • Parents should ensure that their child, takes pride in his / her appearance and wears the school ID card every day.
  • Students of Primary Section are allowed to come in coloured dress on their birthdays.
  • Distribution of only one sweet/toffee per student is allowed on birthday. Distribution of return gifts is forbidden.
School Environment & Property:
  • School premise is a strict no-smoking, no-alcohol and drug free area.
  • The school does not believe in corporal punishment to students but at the same time, discipline from the students is considered as the basic quality.
  • Students are expected to be on time to school, to attend the morning assembly.
  • All students are required to speak only in English within the school premises. Use of foul language, obscene gestures, racial and disrespectful language or actions is strictly against the school norms.
  • Students should take pride in maintaining the school property. Any damage to the School Property is liable to be penalised.
Role of The Parents:

The school believes in working in collaboration with the Parent Community and expects the parents to support the school for the benefit of the students.

  • Parents should check their child’s School Almanac regularly for important messages, circulars or any other information and sign in the assigned page with a blue/black pen only.
  • Parents should facilitate the completion of the school assignment given to their wards. They should not do assignments for the students.
  • Parents are not permitted to meet the students or teachers during the working hours, without the permission of the Principal.
  • Parents need to contact the Principal regarding any complaint, and not the teachers directly.
  • If a Parent feels that his/her child is not making the desired progress, the Principal can be contacted early in the academic year to seek advice for his / her improvement. (Criticizing any of the teachers or the school in the presence of the child should be avoided.)
  • Parents are requested not to indulge in any kind of group meetings and create inconvenience of any kind in and around the school premises.
  • Non-observance of this rule will be regarded as a serious breach of discipline and your child’s name will be removed from the rolls
Safety & Security:
  • Though every care is taken to ensure the safety and welfare of the students, if any mishap/accident occurs during school hours, school is not responsible for the consequences.
  • Parents are requested to promptly inform the Administrative Office of any change of address or phone numbers.
  • Students who come to school with their attendants should not leave before the attendant arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school office.
  • School does not allow any student to leave the school premises with any other person except the one who is authorised by the Parents. In case of emergency, the person who comes to pick the child should carry an Authorisation Letter, duly signed by the Parent and his/her Identity Card.
Teaching & Learning:
  • The school follows child friendly and child centred method of learning and teaching
  • Every child is taught at his/her own pace.
  • Children are taught using non- conventional patterns and are encouraged to learn through experience, exposure and involvement
  • Secular school policy is followed where no discrimination based on caste, creed and religion is made at any cost.
  • Co-educational system of education is followed.
  • Computer aided learning process is encouraged in the school.
  • The focus is on the holistic development of students (all round development of students), not only grades but development of students in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities is stressed.
  • The school believes that each student has inherent and latent talent hence it is the responsibility of the teachers to identify and nurture the same.
  • Basic life skills and value based learning is an important part of the School Curriculum
  • School ensures the upgradation of the teachers and provides them with ample opportunities to grow. They are encouraged to attend training programmes and workshops for improving subject content and skills, as well as personal growth workshops, so as to develop in them self-confidence and other human values that they can transfer to their students
  • Though every care is taken to ensure the safety and welfare of the students, if any mishap/accident occurs during school hours, school is not responsible for the consequences.


May 17, 2024
Armaan Gupta of Grade VII scored First Position in KSS INTER SCHOOL STORY WRITING COMPETITION

May 11, 2024
Tanishka Parihar Grade IX Secured second position in KSS Inter School Solo Singing Competition.

April 27, 2024
Character Parade - World Book Day

April 23, 2024

April 22, 2024

February 14, 2024
Basant Panchami Celebration

December 24, 2023

December 01, 2023

November 27, 2023

November 22, 2023
Such magic is sprinkled by our paragon, Pragnay Bhatia who keeps the flag of our school flying aloft. He has added yet another feather to his cap by featuring in the MU20 under 20 High School Summit.

November 21, 2023
With immaculate precision and eloquent expression, our young orator Shivangi proudly paraded with the 1st prize for the KSS Inter - School Elocution Competition (Senior Wing).

November 18, 2023
Our sporty Table Tennis team secured 3rd position (Bronze medal) in Boys Category and carried the torch for The Chintels School, Kalyanpur.

November 17, 2023
We heartily cheer for Myra for clinching the consolation prize in KSS English Elocution Competition.

November 04, 2023
Chintels School, Kalyanpur that bagged the 2nd position (Junior Group) in the Rotary Club Dance Competition.

November 03, 2023
We are basking in splendour as the spectacular singers have clinched the 1st prize (KSS Inter-School Choir Competition) with their top - notch performance.

November 01, 2023
कक्षा 8 के छात्र अद्वैत श्रीवास्तव तथा कक्षा 6 की छात्रा रबजोत कौर ने सामूहिक रूप से ओवरऑल द्वितीय स्थान प्राप्त करके विद्यालय को गौरवान्वित किया।

October 31, 2023
Advait Srivastava and Rabjot Kaur bagged the 1st position (for the motion) and 2nd position (against the motion) respectively in the KSS Inter-School English Debate Competition.

October 28, 2023
Aaral Dwivedi clinching the 2nd position in GD Under 13 Badminton Championship held in Azamgarh.

October 28, 2023
KSS Inter School Badminton - 1st position in Junior Boys and JuniorJunior Girls team while the 2nd position was clinched by the Senior Boys group.

October 20, 2023

October 07, 2023
Teachers Conclave with Mr Ashok Ganguly , former Chairman CBSE

October 03, 2023
Krishana Puri young sport enthusiast has made his way to the Under - 19 Zonal team of Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association.

October 02, 2023
Durvank stood 2nd in the Under-11 category and Vihaan bagged the 3rd position in the Under-13 category.

September 21, 2023
Showcase Prep.

September 20, 2023
Aaral Dwivedi of Grade VIII has made all of us proud once again by securing 2nd Position in doubles in U.P State U13 Championship.

September 09, 2023

August 22, 2023
Yashita Srivastava, student of grade VII for clinching 1st position in Inter-School Swimming Competition!

August 17, 2023
Mrs. Smita Dhawan who has been bestowed with the distinguished 'Outstanding Achiever in Extra - Curricular Activities' by SCOONEWS

August 16, 2023
Aliza of Grade VIII, triumphantly clinched the 1st position in U.P State Rating Inter - School Chess Tournament in the Under - 13 category.

August 05, 2023
Chintelians are on a winning spree with Grades VI - VIII Girls team clinching the First Position overall in *KSS INTER SCHOOL CHESS TOURNAMENT*.

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