Dr. Pooja Singh, and Mr. Kapil Singh, from St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur, India visited Wellington School, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK during the first week of June’ 2012. They visited all the classes of Wellington school and interacted with the staff and the pupils. The students of primary classes Pr. I to Pr. V were interested in learning the Hindi language. They tried to speak and write Hindi. On the other hand the students of senior classes were keen to know about the life style, daily routine, and career options of the Indian students. They were very conscious about their career. Apart from their formal visit under the exchange program. They witnessed the relay of the Olympic Torch and the grand processions of the Queen's Coronation (Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth) During their stay they also attended the sports day of Wellington School, where students, as well as their parents, participated in fun races. Dr. Pooja Singh was the chief guest & was given floral welcome by the kids and she presented the awards to the winners of the sports meet. In school, they saw various labs like language lab art & craft lab, Science, and Technology labs all the labs were well equipped with the latest techniques and equipment. Then they had a talk with former students as well as present students and came to know that this school possessed a grand reputation over the years. In brief, this Global School Partnership was quite memorable and shall enhance the performance of both the schools at various levels.

St. Edmund's School organized a triangular series among Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan's Vidyashram. St. Martin's School, South Africa and the host School i.e. St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. It was played at Chaugan Stadium. The inaugural Cricket match was played between the host team and the team from abroad. It was inaugurated by Dr. (Mrs.) Pooja Singh. The toss was won by St. Martin’s School and they elected to field first. Shivansh Pathak was declared as the best player by St. Martin’s School. He was presented a gift containing note pad, locket, flag of South Africa and a book about their School. Another player of host team Akshay Vijaywargiya was presented with a small bat by the guest team. The captain of St. Martin’s School presented lockets as mementoes to all the players of St. Edmund’s team. The winning trophy was awarded to the team of St. Martin’s School by Dr. Pooja Singh and mementoes were presented to each member of the team by Deputy Director Mr. Kapil Singh. Second day was set for the cricket match between the team of St. Martin’s School and the team of Bhartiya Vidyabhawan’s Vidyashram. The toss was won by Vidyashram school and they elected to bat first. They scored 88 runs in 17.4 overs and the whole team was out whereas the team of St. Martin’s School, South Africa won the match by 8 wickets.

American delegates Mr. Stephen J. Stembelt and Dr. JANET BUSTRIN from Columbia School, New York visited St. Edmund’s, Jawahar Nagar to get acquainted with the teaching skills being practiced at school. They were really impressed with the innovative methods and aids used by the teachers to explain certain topics of English, Maths, and Science. Dr. Bustrin even taught in the Std. X where Julius Ceaser was being taught as she herself is an English teacher, so she could not resist herself when ‘William Shakespeare’ was discussed. They were welcomed by the students, staff, and management in a typical Indian way. They accompanied the students in their classes and interviewed them on various topics to analyze the standards of students at various levels. They appreciated the educational level of the children and compared it with the students of the U.S.A. In the end, they thanked Director Dr. Sudhir K. Singh. They concluded their visit in a single sentence. ‘India is simply superb.’

To bid Adieu to the outgoing students of Class XII, farewell was organized in St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. Students of Class XI organized a grand and gala show. The function commenced with the litting of inaugural lamp by Principal Mrs. Meena Singh and Dr. Pooja Singh , which was followed by Ganesh Vandana and farewell song by the students of XI Std. Outgoing students also conveyed their feelings through songs and speeches. Students also showed their gesture by presenting momentoes to their reverend teachers, who had been their mentors throughout their time at school. Ramp walk was the most fascinating presentation of the day. Mr. and Miss. Edmunds were awarded with trophies along with the meritorious students of various spheres like Academics, sports, co-curricular activities etc. Entire embience was filled with the sentiments of separation, thrill and enjoyment.The whole campus gave a glimpse of Rainbow depicting the various costumes of students as different colors. 

III Ranbir Singh Memorial Inter-School Taekwondo Tournament was organized at St.Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar. Around forty schools across the town participated in the event. Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, Minister Science, and Technology, Govt. of Rajasthan was the Chief Guest for the occasion and Mr. Sunil Bhagsara, N.S.U.I President, University of Rajasthan pressed over the function. The Chief Guest lit the inaugural baton and declared the opening of the tournament. After that tournament commenced. It was a three-day event in which various teams stayed on the campus from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All the teams were escorted by the coaches and instructors. About 500 students from 30 different CBSE schools participated in the competition held from 19th Dec to 22nd Dec’2011. The entire event was full of joy and enthusiasm as all the participants played very well with high as well as a healthy sporting spirit. The Felicitation Ceremony of the Competition was also organized with great zeal and enthusiasm. Chief Guest Mr. Rajan Mahan (Director, NDTV, Rajasthan) awarded the winners and motivated the participants, emphasizing the importance of sports in one’s life. St. Edmund’s school won the trophy in Martial Arts. Indo- Bharat School stood second whereas Maheshwari Public school won the third position. Parasrampuria International School won the First position in Skating Competition. St. Edmund’s School won the Second position and the Third position was awarded to S.V. Public School. To conclude the occasion, Director Dr. SK Singh proposed the Vote of thanks to the Honorable guests as well as to the coaches and instructors of the various teams who came to witness and participate in the events. He also congratulated the winners and inspired the participants by his wise words and wished them good luck for the future.