To keep the tradition of celebrating the festival of colours “Holi” ongoing and to fill the hearts of tiny kids with colourful, radiant, and vibrant sentiments, a dance competition was organized on Friday, 26 Feb 2010, in the elementary hall.

It was a group dance competition for the pre-primary section wherein different groups like “All is well, Sunshine, Zoobi-doobi and Holi Songs were the main attraction. The Sunshine Group of K.G emerged as the winner group followed by Zoobi and All is well groups respectively. The co-ordination of delicate tiny steps with rhythms of melody really spellbound everyone present in the hall.

Principal Mrs. Meena Singh was mesmerized to see the beautiful performance of tiny toddlers and Dr. Pooja Singh congratulated the kids and inspired them with her blessings.

 To inculcate the habit of eating nutritious food, “Foodelicious Day” was organized for the tiny toddlers of Edmund’s Elementary. The teachers introduced them to the variety of nutrients and their vital importance. The brilliantly decorated and mouth watering delicious recipes were the attraction of the day. One could not resist his/her taste buds while looking at them and wanted to gobble it. 

To bid adieu to the outgoing students' farewell ceremony was organized in the premises of St Edmunds School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. The entire campus was endowed with coloured patterns of the different costumes. Students of XI Std. were happy as well as depressed at the departure of their seniors of XII Std. outstanding students in the different spheres were awarded medals and trophies. The main attraction of the event was the fashion show. Where all the contestants walked graciously on the ramp and were awarded different titles. To top it all Rohan Maloo and Parineeta Singh were selected as Mr. & Miss. Farewell respectively.

The event concluded with the blessing by the Asst. Administrator, Mrs. Pooja Singh followed by the sumptuous lunch.

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google Essay Contest

“Hain Baaton Mein Dum” A contest organized by Google to encourage the creation of Hindi content online. All the students from class IX to class XII are allowed to participate. The students are encouraged to write their own content on the internet about any topic. Multiple entries are accepted. You can send the entries at meribaat@google.com.

On the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchami, Goddess Saraswati was worshipped to remove the ignorance and enlighten the path of children with wisdom.