The Valley School is located in a verdant forest, with only 2% of the land being used for buildings and structures. Over the last 33 years, thousands of tree saplings of native species have been planted by students and staff. These trees have now grown to provide a forest cover and a canopy that covers almost the entire campus.
Shrubs, herbs and grasses have grown at their natural pace, with minimal efforts at weeding and control. The water bodies in the campus- the lake, the stream and the pond – act as effective water recharging sources besides serving as a habitat for a variety of flora and fauna. The people at the Valley share their home wih atleast 250 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles, scores of insects, and a number of small and large mammals. The Valley is a treasure trove of a variety of medicinal herbs and endangered species of plants.
Flowering trees like Bauhinia, Tahbubia, Palash, Gulmohar, Jacaranda and Amaltash add spectacular beauty to this serene place. Children not only learn from nature but also nurture and conserve it with great affection and sensitivity.