Group of 20 people including pupils and staff from St Dominique, France visited St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur, India during the Diwali festival to understand the varied culture of our country and education system The group visited various famous places in and around the Jaipur city and also visited the Taj Mahal in Agra.
St Edmunds school, Jawahar Nagar conducted a workshop on POCSO. Pratima Srivastava, counsellor and advisor of the school guided the staff members and other authorities of the Institution and explained in detail about the Protection of Children from Sexual offences 2012. The workshop was knowledgeable as protective measures along with the involvement of parents in the life of kids were highlighted. She also gave 24- hour child helpline number 1098. Further; She spoke about the school committee members who are always ready to help the students.
Keeping the festive spirit alive. Dusshera was celebrated at St. Edmunds School Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. Various activities including poetic Ramayana and a dance glorified the occasion. To mark “lord Rama” Victory” over Ravan and reinforce the message of that good always triumphs over evil, the effigy of Ravan was burned. Principal Dr. Pooja Singh blessed the participants and students while inspiring them to follow the path of truth.
First aid demo was held at St. Edmund’s School. It focused on the aspect of first aid care, such as wilderness first aid or training for professional emergency responders, in this training the children were informed on how to deal with common injuries such as cuts, burns, back injuries and head injuries it helped the children to learn the basics & how apply it to reduce the risk of injuries. Students were also informed about what is to be included in the First Aid kit and how important it is to be kept in everyone’s home.
To create the awareness in society Saint Edmund's School Jawhar Nagar, Jaipur Organized a Nature Walk in nearby localities the rally started from St. Edmund's School Jawhar Nagar, Jaipur to Bhagat Singh Park, Rajapark the main aim was was to make our society aware about the Caring Nature and to change the world for a better tomorrow.
St.Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar Jaipur conducted a workshop on 2nd Aug 2016 for the senior students. In this workshop many famous universities from U.S.A. like Hillsborough Community College, New York Film Academy, Ohio University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Suny Plattsburgh, University of California, University at Buffalo, University of Oklahoma, Washington and Jefferson College etc. guided students about various career options available and how they can become a part of it. They also highlighted about the scholarships granted by these universities for higher studies.
It gives us immense pleasure to announce that our school has been awarded with the Green School Award by Centre of Science and Environment (CSE). We feel proud to declare that we secured 30th rank amongst 106 schools from India and the only School in Jaipur. The school thrives on its motto to make this world a better place by using all means to save energy and thus 70% "GREEN" St. Edmund's School is hoping to achieve 100% soon.
St. Edmund’s school celebrated the most awaited event of the year; it is the time when every child looks up to his God on earth. It’s time to celebrate mother’s day. The pre-primary wing of the school organized card making activity in all the classes. The tiny tots displayed their talent and love for their mother. The school Principal, Mrs. Pooja Singh appreciated the beautiful show put up by the kids displaying unconditional love for their mothers. Students made a portrait of their mother which touched the heart of everybody present there.
The Investiture Ceremony of the new cabinet was held in St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. The arrival of the Principal Dr. Pooja Singh triggered off the ceremony amidst the galore of the students. The cabinet members marched sprightly and majestically in sync with the beating of drum on the School ground. To instill a dose of motivation to the new members the programme commenced with a solemn invocation to the almighty followed by a soulful rendition of the Edmund’s song.