In a celebration of knowledge and culture, St Edmund's School , Jawahar Nagar has earned prestigious recognition at the Jaipur History Festival 2023. This year's theme, 'Education Through Monuments,' brought together over 1500 students from 17 Jaipur schools and an additional 22 schools from Delhi, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, and Hyderabad.
The festival served as an exuberant showcase of talent and cultural performances, creating a melting pot of young minds in a cultural extravaganza that transcended geographical boundaries. A notable highlight of the event was the launch of a comprehensive manual on Ayurveda under the expert guidance School Director Dr. Sudhir Kumar Singh. St Edmund's School takes immense pride in the recognition of its music composition as the ICON of the Jaipur History Festival. This acknowledgment at a prestigious level not only underscores the talent and commitment of the students but also highlights the institution's dedication to a comprehensive educational approach. Furthermore, the project, 'Education Through Monuments,' showcased the school's students collaboratively developing a captivating RAP on Jaipur's famous monuments, symbolizing gratitude to mentors from the Ministry of Education (MOE). Additionally, the unveiling of pocket books crafted by the children received notable appreciation. The fest also featured an engaging board game on Jantar Mantar, adding an intriguing dimension to the overall event.

In a dedicated effort to prioritize the safety and well-being of its students, St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, joined hands with Sparsh to organize an insightful workshop on "Good Touch & Bad Touch." The workshop, conducted by the esteemed Mr. Naveen Jain, IAS Secretary Education Department, Jaipur, School Shiksha Vibhag, Rajasthan, aimed to educate and empower approximately 500 students on the crucial subject of child safety.
Mr. Naveen Jain, renowned for his contributions to administrative services, brought his expertise to the forefront as he engaged with the students, imparting valuable knowledge on recognizing and addressing good touch and bad touch scenarios. The workshop served as an interactive platform, encouraging open discussions to ensure that students felt comfortable addressing concerns related to their well-being.
The engaging and informative sessions provided practical insights into personal boundaries, fostering an environment where students felt equipped to protect themselves and their peers.
The School Director Dr Sudhir Kumar Singh emphasized "The safety and security of our students are paramount. By organizing workshops like these, we aim to create awareness and equip our students with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the complexities of the world around them."

St.Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar recently organized a comprehensive Capacity Building Programme focused on Stress Management. The event witnessed active participation from around 60 educators who eagerly gathered to enhance their skills in handling stress and fostering a healthier work-life balance.
The distinguished resource persons for the programme were Ms. Meenu Munjal, Head of the English Department at Maheshwari Public School, Jaipur, and Ms. Neeti Bhatia, Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) in Economics. Both speakers brought a wealth of experience and expertise to guide the teachers through effective stress management strategies.
Ms. Meenu Munjal, with her extensive background in education and leadership, addressed the audience on the importance of recognizing and managing stress in the teaching profession. She shared practical tips and techniques to cope with the demands of a dynamic academic environment.
Ms. Neeti Bhatia, professional in the field of economics, delved into the specific stressors faced by educators and provided insights into maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Her session emphasized the significance of self-care and adopting mindfulness practices to navigate the challenges of the teaching profession. Attendees actively participated in interactive sessions, sharing experiences and learning from each other's strategies for stress management.

In a bid to foster creative expression and enhance the teaching-learning experience, St. Edmund's School Jawahar Nagar recently organized a dynamic c. The workshop, held at the school premises, witnessed the participation of over 61 schools, creating a vibrant platform for educators to share insights and strategies.
The resource persons for the event were the esteemed Ms. Preeti Mathur, Principal of Kapil Gyanpeeth Mansarovar, and Ms. Anjali Jagdev, Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) from MGD School. Both educators brought a wealth of experience and expertise to the workshop, guiding the attendees through innovative approaches to integrate art into various subjects.
Ms. Preeti Mathur, shared her valuable perspectives on the significance of incorporating art into the academic curriculum. She emphasized how this integration can foster holistic development, enabling students to explore their creativity while grasping complex concepts more effectively.
Ms. Anjali Jagdev, enriched the workshop with practical insights into implementing art integration in the classroom. Her interactive sessions provided educators with hands-on activities and methodologies to make learning a more engaging and enjoyable experience for students.
The participating schools had the opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss challenges, and explore ways to seamlessly incorporate art into their teaching methodologies.
St. Edmund's School looks forward to hosting more such initiatives that contribute to the ongoing evolution of education.

In a remarkable achievement for St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, three talented students, Kritika Parihar, Jainandini Bhatia, and Garvita Sethi, clinched the prestigious 1st prize in Oral Presentation at the Biyani International Conference (BICON) 2023 held on 26th November. Adding to the school's glory, another team comprising Nawraj Darji, Vansh Minglani, and Vedant Khandelwal secured the 3rd prize in the same category. The conference, centered around "Nurturing Academic Entrepreneurs with Industrial Partnerships," showcased the students' exceptional academic prowess and their ability to thrive in competitive environments.

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