Students of St. Edmunds school, Jawahar Nagar Jaipur participated in Nirant organised by Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur ( an international art and cultural Centre which nurtures art, artists, host music recitals, seminars and renowned exhibitions throughout the year ) to celebrate its foundation day.
Edmundites exhibited their innovative ideas through their artwork on the doodle wall in which they were engaged vigorously.
It gives an opportunity for students to try their hands on the doodle wall. The students greatly enjoyed participated in the activity, which gave them an opportunity to widen their imagination and to develop and strengthen their creative skills. and they were also shown children movie “Chakkad Bakkad Bumbe Bo” which focused on gender inequality.

St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, organised a fun, interactive as well as informative evening with an astronomy night camp which provided a good platform for students to view the night sky.
The event focussed on exploring galaxies, stars and planets and showing different wonders found in our solar system through a telescope.
Students were carried away by seeing the craters of the moon, rings of Saturn and satellites of Jupiter etc.. and were overjoyed to see the binary stars.
This camp ignited an excitement within the students that could lead them into further studies.
Lastly, School Joint director Dr Pooja Singh and Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia assured the parents that the school will continue to organize such knowledgeable programs from time to time.

“The future of our country is in our hands. We know that our environment is in perils. We can't breathe and we've polluted our rivers. But we also have the power to bring about change and the Green Schools network stands as a testament to the fact.”
St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, was recognised by CSE as one of the nine most sustainably run schools in India – a very proud moment for the school. In the article published in Down to Earth Magazine, it was stated that the school was certified as a green school, acknowledging regular practices to make the school green and clean, not only this, students are motivated regularly to utilise old stationery, garments for supporting community service.
School carry all the practices which are laid under GSP including sustainable mode of transport, maximum use of energy efficient lighting and alternative energy, water harvesting etc.. The philosophy behind green schools holds that schools should not only nurture knowledge and understanding but also create the foundation of environmental ethics among students.

The students of St. Edmund school arranged a grand farewell ceremony for the outgoing students of class XII.
The event began with garlanding of Lord Ganesha followed by lamp lightening. The juniors gave a warm welcome to the senior students as well as school management.
The juniors & seniors enjoyed the day reminiscing the time spent together in the school.
When the juniors performed enthusiastically on popular farewell songs for their seniors, it made everyone emotional. As a memento, the school gave “A year Book” to every student of the outgoing batch.
Tanish Katta & Tanvi Khanna won Mr and Ms Edmund’s title, Divyansh Sharma & Chanchal Tanwani bagged the Mr & Ms Farewell title respectively.
The flashback memories shared by head girl Tanvi, in her speech, with very heart touching lines made the event further memorable.
School Joint Director Dr Pooja Singh &Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia asked the students to face challenges with confidence and to do their best. They also wished them well for their future endeavours.

St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, organised “ Journée pédagogique “ an interactive French teacher’s training programme in collaboration with Indo French cultural society, to promote various teaching techniques by using creative methodologies. Various schools from Jaipur sent their French faculties to participate in the programme.
It consisted of four modules, the first module expanded on utilising practical methods like games, activities and charts to enhance thorough learning of the language. It was presented by Ms Balvinder Kaur Bindra(French language expert and international trainer. The second module talked about memorising tough spellings in the foreign language. It was presented by Dr Dolly Setia, ( HOD french at St. Edmunds & lecturer in the University of Rajasthan). The third module expanded on using theatrical aids to further the learning of the language. It was presented by Dr Nidhi Raisinghani(assistant professor at ELLIS Department, University of Rajasthan).The fourth module presented the role of authentic documents in the foreign language.
The pedagogical program was well designed to work on the multiple intelligence of foreign language learners by providing them with different ways of interactive classroom teaching.
The training ended with a fruitful interaction between the représentants of Campus France, the French Embassy and all the participants of the training.