To celebrate the success of our little ones and also to welcome the new students joining our family the school organized A Puppet Show. The kids were overwhelmed to see the puppets dancing in front of them. They were overtly excited when the puppeteer handed them the puppets. Overall it was a fun filled morning which ended on a "Once More" note.
An inter-house Poem recitation was organized in St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur for Std. I-III. This activity was organized to explore and encourage the speaking skills and confidence in children. It also inspired them to come forward and recite on stage. Students came up with different poems and recited with enthusiasm. The topic given to them was nature and patriotism. The judgment process became extremely difficult for our judges because every participant recited very well.
St. Edmund’s School , Jawahar Nagar, organised “Pre-School Graduation Ceremony”. It was held for students of prep class. During the ceremony children of prep class were awarded with the “pre-School Graduate” title.
imperative in today’s era to create global citizens who understand transitional features and with this purpose St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur furthered their bond of friendship with Wellington School, Scotland through an exchange program.
Edmund’s hosted a delegation comprising Mr. Simon Johnson (Principal), Mrs. Susan, M. Coontz (International Coordinator), Miss Lousie Thrippleton staff member, and 15 students from Wellington School, Scotland. The delegation was given a traditional Indian welcome in the School by Principal, Teachers and Students.
St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, has always worked for the overall development of its students, and taking yet another step forward in the direction, the school hosted a workshop by the Reliance Foundation and National Basketball Association (NBA).
was an incredible moment hosted and organized by class XI students to bid farewell to class XII students. This is to wish them a great future. The celebration began with the chanting of prayers in the praise of the Almighty. Dr. Pooja Singh bestowed all good wishes, blessings, and an optimistic outlook toward career and future on behalf of the whole Edmund’s family.
Fire is undoubtedly the most essential ingredient for cooking. As is recognized by even the latest generation that quite a lot depends on microwaves, cooking on coal, fire or cooking-gas renders a better taste to food.
Young Indians Jaipur Chapter under project Masoom – Keeping Children Safe reached St. Edmunds School Jawahar Nagar inviting students from various government schools to train them against child sexual abuse. Child sexual abuse is one of the primary concerns for parents now with mishaps being heard from every corner. Considering the fact that sex education is something that not all parents and teachers are comfortable with, though has a rapidly growing need to, YI Jaipur Chapter, under the leadership of Abhinav Banthia (Chairperson, Jaipur), educated about Good Touch-Bad Touch.