St. Edmund’s school Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur organized annual sports week in which students preprimary to senior secondary had participated. The event began with the march past undertaken by the commander with band members followed by Deputy Head boy and head girl, cultural captains as well as four houses –Shaurya, Parakaram, Veer, Shakti. This was preceded with torch lighting by sports captain. The oath was undertaken by School Director Mr. Sudhir Singh and the captains as well as students solemnly pledged to uphold the spirit of true sportsmanship. The principal declared the meet open. An enchanting dance performance of students preceded the track and field events. Different types of sports were conducted for the students as per their class and age such as honey bee race, happy feet, and Ready steady go for preprimary students.
Train race, dog in the bone, dodge ball, rope skipping and long jump for primary students.
Seven stones, kabaddi and kho-kho for middle section. Relay race, leg cricket, long jump, basketball, volleyball, throw ball. It was a delight to see the excitement with which children participated in various sports.
The young achievers were awarded with the medals by the Principal who highly appreciated each sports star and applauded the visionary element of the school which nurtures and develops their potential in the sports field.

The trophy for the leading house was bagged by Veer House.

The week ended with a cheerful note, heralding the year 2018, also filled with promises for all young sports enthusiasts.

Kanishka Saini of grade VIII of St. Edmund’s school Jawahar Nagar proved herself as a shining star as her project got selected out of 2 lakh entries under the National Funancial quest from the National stock exchange India.
On the 19 January, 2018 Kanishka was felicitated with a tablet, a gold medal, a certificate and a winner trophy at NSE Mumbai.
The project was based on making underprivileged people aware of savings measures such as opening accounts in banks, using various applications for cashless transactions etc. Kaniska was guided by two of her teachers Mrs Poonam Singh and Mrs Apoorva Sharma.

St. Edmund organized winter carnival took place on 29th Dec2017 in the school premises. The principal of Wellington School Mr Simon Johnsson inaugurated the fete along with International coordinator Mrs Susan M. Coontz was the guest of honour. The Theme for the carnival was based on Rajasthan and West Bengal, which shows the culture of two very different states. Every class put up stalls with various items and contributed towards the betterment of the institution.

A wonderful day of fun for the entire family. Stalls, food, games, prizes, cakes, bouncy, face painters.The Photobooth was a crowd pleaser with the instant entertainment…..an event not to be missed. The school ground pulsated with lively music and enthusiastic crowds.

Gaily decorated stalls welcomed the visitors. The stalls put by the students on Handicrafts, showcasing, their artistic and creative abilities through a variety of products were indeed a crowd puller.

St. Edmund’s Jawahar Nagar in association with MNIT Innovation and Incubation Centre organized a session on Enterpreneurship awareness on 16.12.17 .The aim of the event was to give information to teachers so that they can help to encourage the young & talented students to develop India’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The event started with welcoming of guests by Dr. Sudhir Kr Singh (director) of St. Edmund’s school followed by the keynote given by Prof. Awadhesh Bharadwaj (Head MNIT, MIIC) followed by Dr. Monica Sharma,Coordinator MNIT Innovation and Incubation Center . Schools like St. Xavier’s, Sawai Man Singh Vidhyalaya, Subodh, Sanskar ,MPS,The Palace school and others actively participated in the event.
St. Edmunds has been a bridge between the young and innovative students to come up and make prototypes in Atal Tinkering Lab. The session helped the students for deciding and shaping their career.

St. Edmund’s Jawahar Nagar has earned the prestigious ISA (British Council International school award) reaccreditation for 2017-20.The never ending efforts, enthusiastic participation of students and teachers in all activities have made this award possible.
The British council International school award (ISA) is an accreditation scheme that recognizes & celebrates exemplary practices of internationalism in schools.
The project was based on creating awareness about famous personalities of different countries i.e. France, Scotland, Germany. The students were motivated to promote self-discovery and respect for other culture. Various activities like preparing book marks, pen holders, charts and posters won the hearts. Dramas, role play and PPT were amazing and thought provoking. The students used many sources for collecting information like Internet, books, magazines, videos, teachers and parents.
The International school award has allowed student to broaden their knowledge of the world around them with the aim of hopefully becoming a more rounded global citizen.
The award has been bestowed upon the school for effective and efficient implementation of International ethos into its curriculum for classes Pre nursery to XII.

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