Krishna Soni of class 4 of St. Edmunds School, Jawahar Nagar, made the school proud by achieving the top position in the Abacus Arithmetic Competition organized by Sankhya Abacus. The competition was attended by around 750 students from Jaipur and other districts like Alwar and Bikaner.
The school's joint director Dr Pooja Singh and Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia congratulated Krishna Soni for this magnificent achievement.

Students of St Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar were given the opportunity to display their talents in Reflections International 2019 organised in association with City Montessori School (CMS), Lucknow. Seventy teams from various countries including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal participated in the competition in which they learned about other countries, shared their own culture and national heritage and exchanged ideas. The events organized were as follows: a cultural event, in which the participants represented their state’s dance style; the creation of brochures and models of heritage sites to understand their importance and beauty; making movies about world unity, in which the students played the roles of famous personalities like Martin Luther King Jr. and Margaret Thatcher. Additionally, debates and various other competitions were organized. Princy Ghiya and Kanishka Saini made St. Edmunds proud by winning First Prize for their brochures. Both girls, along with Kanishka Sharma, Pari Jain, Hari Shankar Jha, and Rushika Dubey earned Third Prize in the dance competition.
The event allowed the children to experience different cultures and to meet students from regions both near and far. It was a great success.

Students made eco-friendly Ganesh Ji idols to stay away from materials that are harmful to the environment. These idols are not only eco-friendly but can even be used to grow plants after mixing with soil.

St. Edmunds, Jawahar Nagar in collaboration with MNIT-MIIC(Malviya Innovation and Incubation Centre) organized an entrepreneurial challenge “The young Innovators Hunt”, Season III a two-day event on 22 and 23 Aug19. The competition gave students the opportunity to conceive, realize, promote, nurture, and showcase their knowledge-based innovation and entrepreneurial talent. On the first day of the event, about 150 students from 22 schools in Jaipur competed in teams to advance to the next round. From this group, Ten teams were selected on the basis of the quality of their ideas by an expert panel. We are proud to announce that two of the teams from St. Edmund’s School that participated in the competition were chosen in the final round and one team including Dhruv Mittal, Jayesh Kalra and Janesh Balchandani achieved the third position. The teams were mentored by Kapil Singh (Deputy Director) and benefitted from the guidance of Dr.Amit Kumar Rawtani(HOD Chemistry) and Jai Kishan Rawtani(HOD Physics & International Counsellor). As a result of their selection, the team from St. Edmund’s School received a cash prize of Rs 5000/- and will have the opportunity to incubate their ideas at the MIIC. With the aid of these resources, the students will be able to turn their ideas into reality.

An Inter-School Group Dance Competition was organized by St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar. Many schools including Campus,Seedling nursery,Kidzee,Kids pride participated.
The tiny tots dressed up as Krishna and Radha looked adorable in their traditional costumes. The stage became lightened up when students of different schools staged noticeable dances in the competition.
The graceful dancers of kindergarten gave a mesmerising performance on the theme “Let's praise Kanha” where they depicted the various phases of Lord Krishna’s life left everyone spellbound.
Sri Raghuveera Dasa(Youth Mentor) and Sri Sidha Swarupa Das(Head cultural education services), The Akshaya Patra foundation were the judges on the occasion. Attractive costumes, different dance movements and fascinating props made it difficult for judges to declare the winner. Kidzee bagged the first prize and St Edmund’s Schol Jawahar Nagar bagged the second prize while Kids pride stood third.