Throughout history, in all cultures, music has been an integral part of human life. When young children listen to familiar words in songs, the neural transmitters in their brains are firing away, and their brains are building connections to the sounds they are hearing and the words they are singing. Singing songs and reciting poems and rhymes with children helps them develop early literacy skills. Music encourages the ability to listen and thus to concentrate. Songs encourage speech and auditory discrimination. It also develops the non- scholastic potential of the child.

Tree House High School, Kalyan offers training on vocal and instrumental (Indian and western) and they are trained for various events and activities both in-house and outside


Dance embodies one of our most primal relationships to the universe. It is pre-verbal, beginning before words can be formed. It is innate in children before they possess command over language and is evoked when thoughts or emotions are too powerful for words to contain. Dance allows children to simultaneously move, think, feel. In no other subject do students learn to express themselves and communicate through movement, a natural means of expression for children. Dance teaches the importance of movement and fitness in a variety of ways through a variety of disciplines.

Tree House High School, Kalyan offers semi classical, folk and western dance to the students.


Creating art expands a child's ability to interact with the world around them, and provides a new set of skills for self-expression and communication. Not only does art help to develop the right side of the brain, it also cultivates important skills that benefit a child's development. But art goes far beyond the tangible statistics measured by studies -- it can become a pivotal mode of uninhibited self-expression and amazement for a child. Art matters the same way language matters -- or the way breathing matters! It is a fundamental component of what makes us uniquely human.

Tree House High School, Kalyan offers

  • Memory drawing
  • Design
  • Texture art
  • Pencil shading
  • Collage
  • Origami
  • Warli painting
  • Still life
  • Nature drawing
  • Pot painting
  • Best out of waste
  • Painting with water colors and shading with crayons and pencil colours


Chess as an educational tool can increase higher level thinking skills, ability to visualize, analyze, and think critically, advance math, reading skills, and build self-confidence. There is a strong correlation between learning to play chess and academic achievement.


Socially Useful Productive Work is described as purposive, meaningful, manual work resulting in either goods or services which are useful to the community. At Tree House High School, Kalyan it includes planning, analysis and detailed preparation, at every stage, so that it is, educational in essence. The aim of the curricular area is to provide children with opportunities of participating in social and economic activities inside and outside the classroom, enabling them to understand scientific principles and procedure involved in different types of work and in the setting in which they are found in the physical and social environment.


According to Father of Indian Nation M.K.Gandhi

"If wealth is lost nothing is lost"

"If health is lost something is lost"

"If character is lost everything is lost"

Best of all things is character.

The process of learning for a child is not magical. It is important that the student has sound base of strong moral values. Every one knows that life is precious, if life is so important, the values of life are even more important which the are guiding principles, or standards of behaviour which are regarded desirable, important and held in high esteem by a particular society in which a person lives.

"If there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in character, if there is beauty in character, there will be harmony in the home, when there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation, when there is order in the nation there will be peace in the world".

Benefits of the House System

With the aim of promoting a healthy team spirit and sportsmanship amongst all our students, the student’s body is divided into four houses. The Houses name represent the ancient Indian epic vedas. They are Rigveda, Yajurveda, Atharvaveda and Samveda. From very early on, pupils are encouraged to show responsibility and leadership and to express their views confidently. Student Voice is very important to us and we listen to ideas that pupils have that might help us to improve the running of the school. Students are encouraged to participate in various interhouse competitions and they are rewarded with House Points.

School has its own perfection council which helps to develop confident to leadership quality.

Each house will be under the charge of the house coordinator and will have its own house captains and prefects who will be responsible for maintaining discipline and decorum in the school premises. Their nominations are based on careful scrutiny of their academic and activity record. Elections are organized to form the Student Council. All competitions held on special occasions, games, co-curricular activities, bulletin board decorations, assembly duties, etc. will be held on House basis. The ‘Proficiency Cup’ will be awarded to a house each year, after taking its all round performance into consideration.

  • Student Focus; each student treated as an individual – not just one more student in a large year group.
  • A caring, supportive environment; each student becomes a valued member of a small ‘family unit’ within a larger ‘family’ within the whole school.
  • Respect, consideration and courtesy.
  • A well-ordered, stimulating and enjoyable atmosphere in which deep learning and effective teaching can flourish.
  • Support for the vast majority of our students who already want to learn and behave
  • Positive self esteem amongst students and value of the ethos of the school community.
  • The opportunity to obtain the essential qualifications and entry skills for chosen careers and the life skills necessary for a rapidly changing society.
  • Equality of opportunity and encouragement to realise an individual’s full potential.
  • Building of an individual’s strengths within a group and bonds with other students of all ages.
  • Peer support to combat bullying.
  • Promotion of the ‘Student Voice’, Student Responsibility, Team skills, Leadership skills and Co-operation.
  • Extra-Curricular activities which enrich, broaden and round off the experience of our students.
  • Development of personal and social skills and well being.

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