Annual Function 2017

St. Edmund’s Jawahar Nagar celebrated its grand annual day on 23rd Nov2017 at Birla auditorium amidst great enthusiasm and zeal. It was based on the theme “Aarambh” A new beginning. The theme itself motivates to put all efforts to convert worldly flaws into virtues and it indicates to the new era of success, peace, harmony and compassion.

The function was presided by the esteemed Chief Guest Mr. Jagdish Chandra (CEO Zee news regional channel and DNA). The event commenced with garlanding the divine, lighting the inaugural lamp and paying tribute to Late Shri Ranbir Singh Ji the founder of the institution. The school Head boy and Head girl delivered the welcome speech and attended the guests in a traditional manner. The programme was followed by the enchanting notes of Welcome song presented by the students.

The Annual report of the school was displayed with the felicitation ceremony by school Principal, Mrs. Anu Bhatia. All the meritorious students as well as students with outstanding performance were awarded.

The beautiful evening proceeded further with the speech delivered by the hon’ble chief guest Mr. Jagdish Chandra.

The captivating cultural programme commenced with the devotional performance by the students where they gave a tribute to Lord Shiva.
The impact of negativity in the world, purity of heart, innocence in the nature attributes of humanity and caring aspects of human life were shown by the students in their presentations.

The children heartily enjoyed the enthusiastic performance based on the title “Hard work”. Dance performances based on the beautiful emotions like peace, compassion and courage moved the hearts of every single present there at the auditorium.

The team Mispa and the teachers incharges for performances were appreciated, moreover St. Edmund’s took a great initiative by giving a platform to the under privileged children of government school, adopted by them.
The cultural evening ended with the Vote of Thanks and National anthem. It was a memorable day for every participant as well as in the annuals of St. Edmund’s School.

Children’s Day Celebration

Children’s day was celebrated at St. Edmund’s school, Jawahar nagar Jaipur. It was a fun filled day for students. Various activities were organized to make the event special. Students took part in drawing competition where they expressed their thoughts with the help of colors. The school campus was decorated beautifully by the students taking part in rangoli competition. Students of preprimary wing cut the cake and flew balloons in order to show their happiness on this wonderful occasion. They were beautifully dressed and looked fabulous in their attire.

The occasion was planned to be remarkable as two of the most renowned artist Mr. Durgesh Atal and Mr. Sunil Jangid addressed the students and acknowledged them with the magic, one can create on paper with colors and brush.

The students were given sweets by the Director Mrs. Meena Singh and the principal of the school Mrs. Anu Bhatia.She addressed the students and blessed them with a great future ahead.

14 Geofest International 2017

The students of Saint Edmund’s school, Jawahar nagar, participated in “Geofest International, 2017”organized by CMS school, Lucknow. The event was held between 4th Nov 2017 and 7th Nov 2017.It was a mega event as 76 teams from all over India and other countries participated. The single most entry from Rajasthan was of our school.

It’s a proud moment for our school to announce that two of our students Divyanshi Rajpal and Kanishka Saini stood 3rd in the best out of waste collage making activity.

This competition was among more than 550 students. Apart from this our school was also chosen as the most co-operative team.

This fest was organized to save environment globally and sustain in a healthy manner. It was a huge platform for all the students to explore on a global scale and to be encouraged.

It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to perform under the guidance of our school teachers Ms. Sharda Sharma and Mrs. Priya Malhotra with a great zeal and enthusiasm, the whole programme was a good source of motivation.

Exchange programme

St. Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar, has always been phenomenal in terms of building strong relations with other countries. A 10 days exchange programme was arranged between St. Edmunds School Jaipur an institute Saint Dominique .
Several activities were organized to make this visit worth and a great success.
Students and teachers from France were invited to Jaipur to have a quality time and a great interaction.
The programme consisted many cultural activities such as Bollywood dance lessons were given to French students. Rangoli making and poster designing activities took part with a beautiful cultural evening. The guest students were taken to many worth watching monuments such as Taj Mahal,Amer fort, Amar Jawan Jyoti and Iskon temple.
Students from France visited the government school that has been adopted by St. Edmund’s school as a part of community service.
A friendly match was also organized between St. Edmunds School and Saint Dominique school. The guest students enjoyed the annual function rehearsal and got delighted to shop at bapu bazar and enjoyed watching Hindi movie.
The foreign students learn many things under the session “Play with mechanics” in Atal Tinkering Lab.
Students enjoyed their stay with Indian families and appreciate the values and relationship followed here.They also expressed their feelings during cultural evening.

St. Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar, organized a friendly basketball match with Saint Dominique institute France who have arrived here for cultural Exchange programme and St. Edmund’s school, Jawahar Nagar.

Students from both the school played passionately and showed brilliant dribbling skills and gave a tough fight to their opponents. However, in a close contest, the St Edmunds won the match. This event was a part of an ongoing cultural exchange programme between the two schools.

The school director Dr. Sudhir Singh presented the medals to both the teams and congratulated each and every player for playing with true sporting spirit. The programme concluded with the National anthems of the two nations India and France.