The campus houses school and student residence halls. It is designed incorporating the latest thinking concerning K-12 school requirements. Though the academic wing, sports center, swimming pool, playgrounds and residential facilities are physically separated, the design breaks down the scale of the campus to connect students to all the resources efficiently.
- Spacious class rooms with 35 sq.ft space per student
- Mathematics, computer, humanities and science laboratories
- Age appropriate resource libraries with electronic documentation
- Music, Dance and Fine Arts studios
- Wired and wireless networking infrastructure for internet and intranet access.
- Health care facility maintained by licensed nurses
- Half Olympic size swimming pool
- Open Air Theatre
- Hockey, soccer, baseball, cricket fields, volleyball and tennis courts
The school cafeteria provides snacks, breakfast & hot lunch for students and staff. The menu is a combination of Indian and continental cuisine. Treamis kitchen provides the highest quality of ingredients available, ensures that the meals are balanced and items are cooked hygienically.
Day boarders who do not have access to transportation can sign up for bus services from the school. Students will be picked up and dropped off at designated bus stop. The school employs child friendly and experienced drivers. An escort or security guard travels on the bus at all times. Buses are fitted equipped with GPRS devices and cameras.
Treamis Special Education center helps children with learning difficulties. Information about students with special needs are kept confidential and regularly discussed with parents. Based on parent – teacher consent, the department plans the academic mapping of each child. An assessment is conducted for each child to find out the exact condition of problem. After detailed discussion with parents, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is prepared for each child. Intervention is provided through one to one session and in small groups. Both formative and summative assessments are conducted according to each student’s need and potential. Assessment reports are discussed periodically with parents.
The members of Special Education Department are qualified and trained as Rehabilitation Council of India norms. The department organizes monthly workshops for teachers to identify and manage students that have special needs. We also focus on age related issues, emotional and behavioral challenges faced by students at all age level and provide counseling services either individually or group depending on need. The department also conducts quarterly seminars for parents on issues related to parenting.