Students from St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar and Saint Benoit School France recently joined forces to carry out a community service project at Mahatma Gandhi School in Gandhi Nagar, Jaipur. The project involved creating artwork and contributing girls' toilet cabins to the government school, with support from Mr Rajat Bohara of Round Table India.

This initiative is part of a larger effort by the schools to improve the quality of education and basic facilities in government schools. The students have been working on similar projects for some time now, including at Triveni Nagar RAJKIYA UCH MADHYAMIC SANSKRIT VIDYALAYA, Triveni Nagar.

The project not only contributed to the improvement of the school facilities but also had a positive impact on the students involved. It helped to develop their art skills, promote environmental awareness, and foster sensitivity towards society.

Students from St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar have made a remarkable showing in the Poornima Hackathon 2.0 competition at Poornima University! Team Tiranga, consisting of Kaustubh Sharma, Abhishek Singal, Vishal Tomar, and Kanak Shevkani, have successfully qualified for round 2 of the competition.
This project was made under the guidance of Kapil Singh Sir (Deputy Director of School), Arpit Jain (PGT Physics), and Vishal (PGT Chemistry). Their guidance and support were invaluable to the students, and we thank them for their efforts. In addition to Team Tiranga's success, another team from St Edmund's, Team Marvels, has won 2nd place in the competition! Kanak Shevkani and Anuj Sharma, who represented the team, impressed the judges with their creativity and skills, and walked away with a cash prize of Rs. 5100!
Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Poornima Hackathon 2.0, and a special recognition to Team Tiranga and Team Marvels for their incredible achievements.

St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, was recently awarded the 'GSP Sterling School Award' at the GSP Carnival Audit Awards Ceremony 2022-23, which was held on February 21, 2023, at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
The GSP Sterling School Award is presented to schools that have demonstrated a consistent commitment towards promoting sustainable practices over a period of five years. St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, was recognized for its continuous efforts towards creating a green and sustainable environment.
The GSP Carnival and Awards Ceremony was organized after a hiatus of two years, and it provided an excellent platform for schools across the country to showcase their efforts towards promoting sustainability.
Receiving the GSP Sterling School Award is a significant achievement for St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, and it serves as a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff and students towards promoting sustainability. We are proud to receive this recognition and will continue our efforts towards creating a green and sustainable environment.
Overall, the GSP Sterling School Award underscores the importance of promoting sustainable practices and environmental consciousness, and we hope to inspire other schools to follow suit.

Jaipur's Jawahar Kala Kendra hosted a cultural event that highlighted the stories of Akbar and Birbal, the legendary duo of Mughal India. The event, showcased the wit and humor of Birbal and the wisdom and intelligence of Akbar.

The storytelling sessions were enjoyed by the students of St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, who were in attendance. The event featured stories that showcased Birbal's wit and humor, as well as his ability to find unique solutions to problems. They also highlighted Akbar's wisdom and intelligence, as well as his interest in learning from people of different backgrounds.
It also highlighted the enduring appeal of the stories of Akbar and Birbal, which have been passed down through generations and continue to inspire and entertain people of all ages.
Overall, the cultural event was a huge success and provided an opportunity to learn more about the stories of Akbar and Birbal, as well as to appreciate the rich cultural heritage of India.

A visit to Jawahar Kala Kendra for the Kala Mela (Art Fair) was a great opportunity for the students of St. Edmund’s School,Jawahar Nagar. They learned about different forms of art. The Kala Mela is an annual event that showcases the work of artists from across India, offering visitors the chance to see a wide range of art styles and mediums.
During the fair, students met eminent artists like Mr. Durgesh Atal , KK Kundra etc. They experienced a variety of exhibits, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and other works of art. They also got the opportunity to attend workshops and lectures by artists, where they learned about the creative processes behind the works on display.
Overall, It was a great exposure for students to immerse themselves in the world of art and culture, and to gain a deeper understanding of the rich and diverse artistic traditions of India.

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