In a remarkable feat, Srishti Patel,Class V of St. Edmund's School,Jawahar Nagar has emerged as the winner of the prestigious Van Mahotsav Quiz organized by Heritage Education & Communication Services INTACH. Srishti's outstanding knowledge and passion for environmental conservation led her to secure the coveted 1st position in this highly competitive event.

The Van Mahotsav Quiz, held annually, aims to promote awareness about the importance of forests, biodiversity, and sustainable practices among students. The quiz witnessed enthusiastic participation from schools across the city, making Srishti's triumph all the more impressive.

With her exceptional grasp of environmental issues and dedication to preserving nature, Srishti Patel showcased her academic prowess and love for the environment throughout the competition. Her insightful answers and in-depth understanding of various ecological concepts captivated the judges and fellow participants alike.
Principal Mrs. Anu Bhatia lauded Srishti Patel's remarkable achievement in the Van Mahotsav Quiz, recognizing her as a source of pride and motivation for the school.

In a bid to empower educators with the latest teaching methodologies and enhance learning outcomes, St. Edmunds School,Jawahar Nagar hosted a highly informative and enriching Capacity Building Programme organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The event witnessed the participation of esteemed resource persons, Ms. Rita Bhargava, Principal of Maheshwari Public School (Pratap Nagar), and Ms. Riju Shrivastava, Post Graduate Teacher at Delhi Public School.
The programme aimed to provide educators from various schools across the region with valuable insights and practical strategies to improve student learning experiences. Ms. Rita Bhargava, shared her profound knowledge and expertise as she addressed the gathering. She emphasized the importance of fostering a student-centric approach and adopting innovative pedagogies to create a conducive learning environment. Her engaging session left a lasting impact on all the attendees.
Equally inspiring was Ms. Riju Shrivastava's contribution to the event. As a seasoned educator at one of Delhi's prominent educational institutions, she showcased exemplary teaching practices that can be implemented in classrooms to make the learning process more interactive and enjoyable. Her session highlighted the significance of incorporating technology and creative methods into teaching to cater to the diverse needs of learners.
Participants had the opportunity to engage in interactive workshops, group discussions, and hands-on activities, which provided practical insights into the implementation of the discussed methodologies. The educators were exposed to modern teaching tools and techniques that can be utilized to assess and track student progress effectively.
Ms. Anu Bhatia, Principal of St. Edmunds School, expressed her gratitude to the CBSE for organizing such an enlightening programme. She stated, "The Capacity Building Programme has been a tremendous learning experience for our faculty. We believe that continuous professional development is vital in elevating the quality of education we offer to our students. The knowledge and skills imparted by Ms. Rita Bhargava and Ms. Riju Shrivastava will undoubtedly have a positive impact on our teaching practices."

St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar students embarked on an enriching journey of learning and skill development during their summer vacations as they participated in the prestigious internship program at JECRC University. The program provided them with an exceptional platform to explore various domains such as graphic designing, multimedia, digital marketing & entrepreneurship.

The internship at JECRC University not only allowed the students to broaden their horizons but also presented them with an opportunity to lay the foundation for their future start-up ventures. Recognizing the immense potential of the students, the university has pledged to provide funding for their entrepreneurial pursuits, creating a promising pathway towards success.

18 students from St. Edmund's School participated in the internship program at JECRC University. Each student successfully completed the program and received certificates recognizing their dedication and achievement. Lakshita Bhatia and Nishant Bhatia, two talented students,were recognized for their exceptional performance by winning a remarkable cash prize of ₹50,000 during the internship. Their dedication, creativity, and commitment to excellence have set an exemplary benchmark for peers and garnered well-deserved accolades.

The senior students expressed their heartfelt gratitude to to Mr. Kapil Singh, the Deputy Director of the school for his unwavering commitment to their growth and development & for offering such a valuable opportunity. They acknowledged that the exposure gained through the internship program would significantly contribute to their career development and open doors to exciting possibilities in the professional world.

In a celebration of cultural exchange and educational collaboration, St. Edmund's School ,Jawahar Nagar was honored to host a delegation from Scotland led by Ms. Susane and Mr. Alistair, accompanied by a group of enthusiastic students and two esteemed teachers. The visit coincided with the school's Foundation Day, making it a truly memorable occasion for everyone involved.
The Scottish delegates received a warm welcome from the students of St. Edmund's School upon their arrival. Excitement filled the air as the delegates and students interacted, sharing stories, experiences, and engaging in lively conversations. This exchange of ideas and perspectives set the stage for a meaningful cultural exchange that would unfold over the following days.
On the first day of their visit, the delegates and the students from St. Edmund's School made their way to the Government Rajkiya Madhyamik Sanskrit School, which has been adopted by St. Edmund's as part of their commitment to social responsibility. The delegates were deeply moved by the warmth and enthusiasm displayed by the students at the adopted school. They had the opportunity to interact with the students and witness their progress in various academic and extracurricular activities.
Afterwards, the delegation visited a local Blue Pottery studio, where they were introduced to the traditional art form of Rajasthan. They marveled at the intricate designs and craftsmanship displayed by the local artisans, gaining a deeper appreciation for the rich heritage of Indian art.
The following day commenced with a rejuvenating yoga session, where the Scottish delegates and St. Edmund's students embraced the benefits of this ancient practice, finding serenity and harmony in their movements. Later, they took part in a vibrant tie and dye session, unleashing their creativity and learning the techniques of this colorful art form.
As the day progressed, the school echoed with the sounds of joyous dance, as students from both St. Edmund's and the visiting delegation showcased their talents on the dance floor. The rhythmic beats and graceful movements left everyone enthralled, celebrating the power of music and dance to unite people across cultures.
On the final day of their visit, the Scottish delegates actively participated in a Model United Nations (MUN) conference organized by St. Edmund's School. They showcased their oratory skills, critical thinking abilities, and diplomatic acumen as they deliberated upon global issues and proposed solutions, inspiring the students to become global citizens and work towards a better future.
The visit of the Scottish delegates to St. Edmund's School concluded on a high note, leaving behind cherished memories and strengthening the bonds of friendship and cultural understanding.
St. Edmund's School extends its heartfelt gratitude to Ms. Susane, Mr. Alistair, the accompanying teachers, and the Scottish delegation for their visit, fostering a spirit of collaboration, exchange, and cultural appreciation. The school looks forward to continuing such endeavors, inspiring students to become global ambassadors of peace and understanding.

St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, celebrated its Foundation Day and the birthday of its esteemed School Director, Dr. Sudhir Singh, in a grand manner. The school organized a special assembly on this momentous occasion, with the presence of esteemed Scottish delegates from Wellington School ,Ayr Ms. Susane and Mr. Alistair, who were accompanied by students and two teachers from Scotland.

During the assembly, the Scottish delegates extended their warm wishes to Dr. Sudhir Singh on Guru Poornima, acknowledging his invaluable contributions to the institution. Dr. Sudhir Singh expressed his excitement and gratitude, announcing significant improvements within the school. He revealed that all classrooms have been equipped with central air conditioning, ensuring a comfortable and favorable learning atmosphere for the students. Additionally, the school's library has been updated, offering an extensive collection of books and resources. Furthermore, art and music activities have been enhanced, fostering creativity and self-expression among the students. As part of their commitment to holistic development, St Edmund's School has also established a captivating new play area, providing an attractive ambience for recreation and physical development. Furthermore, the integration of new learning technologies promises to enhance educational experiences and empower students with modern tools for exploration and growth.

The upgrades implemented by St Edmund's School aim to provide an enhanced educational experience and create an environment that nurtures the holistic development of each child. The Foundation Day celebrations and Dr. Sudhir Singh's birthday marked a memorable milestone for the school, signifying its commitment to continuous growth and progress.