This has naturally led to a rich variety of flora and fauna, including rare plants of medicinal value, safe harbouring of several endangered species of wildlife including the slender loris and the Indian rock python. The dense forest cover at the valley offers a secure buffer zone for larger mammals including the panther, elephants and a variety of deer species. Over 250 species of birds have been sighted and documented in the Valley.
Conserving water as a precious resource has been a priority. Besides constructing a number of water bodies to harvest and store rain water, we have undertaken to construct trenches, reclaim dried streams and desilting the existing water bodies in order to conserve rain water. In addition, reducing water consumption and recycling the consumed water are regular attempts at the Valley. It is unfortunate Water as a life resource is being misused and depleted by fast growing urban projects and children need to be sensitized about this growing concern.
As a part of the learning program, Land Care is integrated into the curriculum. It is an ongoing process throughout the year for the children up to class 8 and seasonal for those in Senior School. The children especially in the middle and senior school, plant tree saplings, water them, remove weeds and protect them from grazing cattle in the initial few years. The junior school children maintain their own garden in front of their classroom.