We’re here to assist and guide our students to make the best of their learning years. We provide them trained faculty with good experience, bringing together students from various backgrounds, places and quality curriculum that support their growth, wellness and success both within and outside of the classroom – at Tree House and in the world beyond. The Pre-primary years at THHS are a family within a family. We cater to the specific needs of young learners in a safe and nurturing supportive environment, within the larger canvas of the school community. The learning years of Pre-primary focuses on building the foundation of learning by equipping students with key skills in literacy and numeracy. Learning is based on activities and play way methodology. Children are encouraged to think independently and work collaboratively, so that they have decision making power and also able to work in team. There is also emphasis placed on building self-esteem and confidence during these tender years, by helping students understand themselves better as learners as well as members of a community. We prepare them for daily activities, their behavioural aspect of communication, celebrations and people around us.
At Primary years, we facilitate an atmosphere and ambience that celebrates the differences and backgrounds in a warm and supportive environment. We inculcate the values and life skills to prepare our learners ready for the changing world. We believe that the way children are treated, and how they treat others in turn, is of paramount importance in making them good human beings and responsible citizens. Middle School is a critically defining point in the educational career of a student. It serves as a bridge between Primary School and Secondary School, and has a long-term impact on a student's readiness for future academic challenges. At this stage, students begin to take more responsibility for their learning and the teacher assumes the role of a facilitator. Since the Middle School years, being a period of transition, can be an emotionally challenging phase for children, we provide an environment which fosters easy and open communication between staff and students. It also encourages creative ways of dealing with conflict. In preparing students for high school, we try to instill a sense of independence and personal responsibility. Secondary school spans Grades 9 to 10. In Grades 9 and 10, students have greater focus on academics and preparations for the ICSE Board examination is done taking care of student’s strengths and limitations. Our committed and talented faculty work as a cohesive team to accomplish the goals and objectives of our school. To this end, we focus not only on purely academic objectives but also on the child’s personality and emotional development.
At THHS, we recognize the fact that the School years are a time for experimenting with multiple approaches to learning and teaching, thus, imparting learning through class room instruction, audio-visual aids, hands-on activities, field trips and excursions, physical education and performing and visual arts. Students have ample opportunities to explore, fine-tune and exhibit their talents. We acknowledge that all subject areas are connected and therefore, we lay special emphasis on integration across subjects to make learning more meaningful and relevant. Students are presented with leadership roles at school events, Sports and Cultural competitions, where they imbibe the qualities of sportsmanship, team-spirit, perseverance and resilience. Our primary objective is to create a challenging, yet supportive learning environment where teachers strive to take into account every child’s learning needs, strengths and areas for improvement by differentiated instruction and assessment. In keeping with the true spirit of global citizenship our students are also engaged in fostering social consciousness and global awareness. In keeping up with the demands for future skills, our instructional practices are designed to provide students with a framework for critical analysis, research skills, collaboration skills and presentation skills. These developmentally appropriate educational practices have been recognized to meet students' needs in all the areas of development - physical, social, emotional and cognitive. Our students are equipped with right temperament and skills and are ready to excel in life after school years.