Wall Art
An inter house wall painting competition for IX-XII was organized. The theme for painting was “Folk Art”. The final judgement was made by the special guests Mr.Bhanu Srivastava and Durgesh Atal who both are realistic artist. The criteria for judgement were Theme,Composition ,Neatness,Overall Presentation.

Students of senior classes of St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur gathered on 18 Feb 2017 to bid Farewell to the outgoing class XII batch. The day was a memorable for XII std students as the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments.

All the class XII students were dressed up to their glamourous best. The boys looked dashing in their tuxedos and the girls who never fail to put on a show, were drapped in gorgeous sari bought for the occasion. The programme started with garlanding Lord Ganesha by Principal Dr. Pooja Singh. Welcome speech was delivered by deputy Head Girl Kamakshi Sharma. An incredible dance drama- ‘ School Life’ was presented by class XI students in which scintillating dance performance and the pulsating music was mesmerizing. Now it was a time for felicitation ceremony. Saloni Jain and Khushboo Lalwani was declared as best in academics. Jyotsna Khatri and Saurabh Aswal were adjudged best in co-curricular activities. Neetu Meharwal and Ashish Sharma were declared best in sports. For Discipline Aqsa Ali and PAwan Pankaj was awarded. Mr. Farewell and Mr. Edmunds title was again badged by Saurabh Aswal. Dimple Gyanani was announced as Ms. Edmunds and Mansi Ahujha as Ms. Farewell other titles such as Face of Edmunds was given to Bhawna Punjabi, Eco Buddy of the school again Khushboo Lalwani, Mr. Ambidexter was Yashwant Bhojwani, Techno Wizard was given to Hitik Bhagwani, Nightingale of the school – Khushboo Jain.

Academic Director Mrs. Meena Singh gave a memento to each student.

Principal Dr. Pooja Singh blessed the students and advised them to be focused and to put in the best efforts to excel in the Board Examination.

Deputy Director Mr. Kapil Singh in his speech blessed the outgoing batch and extended his good wishes to them for a bright, successful and prosperous future.

St Edmund's School is trying to do a bit from their by donating Sweaters to 200 and above school children from slum areas. The woollens were donated to these children on the auspicious day of Basant Panchami when we worship Goddess Saraswati who is synonymous to intellect and learning . When our team reached school the children were already busy celebrating the festival but once they came to know about the reason of our visit everyone gathered around us. The teachers of the school arranged them class wise so that the distribution could take place and 2 of the students helped us to manage the woollens according to the sizes skill fully. The moment they received the sweaters and put it on with innocent smiles on their face as if showing gratitude to us.

St. Edmund’s School Sector-5, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur celebrated Basant Panchami which marks the end of winter season and onset of spring. The celebration commenced in the morning assembly when all students and teachers were gathered for prayer, the students were informed about the importance of the day and why it is celebrated. The students also offered their prayer to Goddess Saraswati. To mark the occasion the Pre-Primary children came dressed in yellow clothes, offered yellow coloured flower to the Goddess and also brought yellow coloured snacks to share with each other. Beautiful pieces of art related to Basant Panchami were decorated on the boards. The creativity of children was reflected in the displays.

A very special session by Sunita Narain India's most influential writer and environmentalist from CSE this session was attended by our students at Jaipur Literature Festival. CSE is the same organisation which has certified our school as Green school of India.

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