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.
School Director Dr Sudhir Kumar Singh Principal Anu Bhatia along with all the students planted trees and to motivate the students to plant more and more saplings.

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.
The Joint Director of the School, Dr Pooja Singh and Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia congratulated the music teacher Dr Sangeeta Mathur for her guidance and the student for his hard work and dedication.

St. Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar gathered to bid farewell to the outgoing class XII batch. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments.

The cultural programme showcased the multiple talents of Class XI students. There was a spate of dance, music & laughter which was full of feelings & emotions for XII class students. The function was taken over by senior students and they presented titles to the teachers. Some doyens were fecilitated with special titles Mr. & Ms Edmund’s which was grabbed by Tarpit Jain & Rashika Malik.

School Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia and Joint director Dr Pooja Singh guided the outgoing students with their inspiring and motivating words.

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. The students got the chance to meet such famous personalities like Sanjoy Roy: The man behind Jaipur Literature Festival, Smriti Irani - Minister of Women and Child Development of India, Shashi Tharoor, Manish Malhotra, Manoj Bajpayee , Sagarika Ghose, Naushad D Forbes - Author of “The struggle and the promise”, Divita Agarwal & Surabhi Sundaram and many more famous personalities.
They also shared their experience that it was a great opportunity for them as people came from various countries so it is a platform to interact with people and they got the opportunity to work with a wonderful team from different parts of the globe. Being a volunteer in JLF has enhanced their confidence and boosted their strength and at this very young age they were felicitated by the team of The Jaipur Literature Festival, and also received goodies from the team.
School Joint Director Dr Pooja Singh and Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia congratulated and motivated them to participate in more and more such prestigious events and wished them good luck for future endeavours.

St Edmund’s Jawahar Nagar organised a virtual session for students of grade IX-XII on Design thinking . The session was presided by Dr Saji Varghese,Assosiate professor in the Department of English, Christ University Bangalore.
Mr Vargeese taught the various aspects of design thinking through multiple examples that required the students to spark creative ideas.He also shared his experience of how his team worked on making the straws & pens from naturally dried fallen coconut leaves.The workshop was very informative & helped the students to understand better how to design a solution to any given problem.

School management thanked for the wonderful session that will help the aspiring students to further their skill set in Design thinking.