Heritage club in collaboration with INTACH

The idea of setting up Heritage Club in schools is to make the students aware and be proud of the richness of the natural and cultural heritage in their own locality, state and country. With the motive of creating awareness and participation in heritage related activities among the students St Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar formed Dharohar heritage club in collaboration with INTACH. Students organized an event which began with Ganesh Vandana followed by variety of different dialect activities such as Marwadi, Gujrati, Sindhi, Haryanvi and Punjabi.

“Astitva” The pearls of positivity

On Teachers’ Day, Mrs. Meena Singh, Director Academics at St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, released her autobiography named “Astitva: The pearls of positivity.”
Mr Rafeeq Khan Member of Parliament and president of minority cell, having independent charge as a state minister presided over the program.Mr Neeraj Agarwal Municipal Councilor Jawahar Nagar ,Mr Sharad Gaur devotee to the party & handling National president of Rahul Gandhi Manch ,Manoj Thakwani worker of Congress party, were guest of honor.

IC3 Movement Annual Conference

Deputy Director Mr Kapil Singh and Joint Director Dr Pooja Singh from St Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar participated in IC3 Movement Annual Conference which is dedicated to helping young people across the globe find career paths through education. With the goal to impact over 100,000 high schools over a 15-year period, the IC3 Movement Annual Conference seeks to enable high schools to help their students make best-fit higher education and career decisions.

Janmashtami Celebration

To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated at St Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar on 18th August, 2022 with mirth and joy.
To celebrate the extraordinary bond between children and the Almighty, the staff took the opportunity to both jubilate and learn with the young minds. The students dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, with flutes, peacock feathers and matkas. The premise was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with Jhankis depicting life history of Lord Krishna.

Capacity Building “Prospective Resource Person’s Programme"

The Central Board of Secondary Education organized a “Capacity Building “Prospective Resource Person’s Programme” on English ‘X’ held from July 21st, 2022 to July 22nd, 2022, Rajan Sharma from Birla School Pilani, Ms Cherry Goyal, PGT English from MGD were the resource persons.

Spectacular performance in Class XII Examination 2021-22

St Edmund’s School , Jawahar Nagar is proud to announce that 40 students scored more than 90% marks in XII Board exams.
In Science Stream Satviki Gupta scored 98, Shreya Bhargava 97.2,Saksham Jain 97
In Commerce Stream Manisha Gabrani scored 97.4,Kanishka Saini 96.8,Chahat Hardasani 94.8.
In Humanities Bhoomija Dadhich scored 94.8,Vaidehi Joshi 93.6,Alisha Vajpayee 91.2
We appreciate the efforts of students, teachers and parents for this commendable success.

You are the key to cleaner and pollution-free air

The students of St. Edmunds School, Jawahar Nagar, gave the message of environmental protection by planting trees in the school premises and nearby public places. Students of nursery wing learned to plant saplings through 'Germination'.
On this occasion, Rotary Club Jaipur's President Rotarian SK Tak Secretary Rotarian SK Patni ,Rotarian Ujas Jain & Chairman Rotarian Piyush Jain to encourage the students.
To make this tree plantation campaign successful, the students have set a target of planting one lakh trees by 2024 in Jaipur city.

Adhyatm Jagdhari bagged 3rd position in Desh Bhakti Song Competition

Adhyatm Jagdhari, a student of St. Edmunds School, currently studying in XIIth Standard, bagged the third prize in the Desh Bhakti Song Competition organized by Rotary Club Jaipur. About 180 students from 18 schools participated in the competition.
Enchanting and mesmerizing everyone with his melodious voice, and blissful rhythm, he made the school proud by giving a tough competition.

Jaipur Literature Festival returns on the ground after 2 years with scintillating music & keynote speakers.

We congratulate Diksha Meena, Aastha Sharma, Kriti Gupta of standard XI & Aparna Jha and Kritika Toliya of standard X, The students of St. Edmunds School Jawahar Nagar, who willingly volunteered in The Jaipur Literature Festival, or JLF which is an annual literary festival that takes place in the Indian city of Jaipur. However this time Jaipur Literature Festival returns on the ground after 2 years with scintillating music & keynote speakers. It is the world's largest literary festival. Around 250 speakers were present at the Festival.

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