To create the awareness in society Saint Edmund's School Jawhar Nagar, Jaipur Organized a Nature Walk in nearby localities the rally started from St. Edmund's School Jawhar Nagar, Jaipur to Bhagat Singh Park, Rajapark the main aim was was to make our society aware about the Caring Nature and to change the world for a better tomorrow.

St.Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar Jaipur conducted a workshop on 2nd Aug 2016 for the senior students. In this workshop many famous universities from U.S.A. like Hillsborough Community College, New York Film Academy, Ohio University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Suny Plattsburgh, University of California, University at Buffalo, University of Oklahoma, Washington and Jefferson College etc. guided students about various career options available and how they can become a part of it. They also highlighted about the scholarships granted by these universities for higher studies.

Students along with their teacher from different schools like Maheshwari Public School, Cambridge Court, Mahaveer Public School, Malviya Convent and more were a part of this workshop and were curious to know about different pattern of studies. The main motive of this workshop was to provide detailed information about the different universities and the list of courses offered by them . An open discussion was held, where students tried to sort out their confusions.

Principal, Dr. Pooja Singh urged that we all need guidance, inspiration, motivation and passion to re-shape our future and our beliefs to keep us on the path to success.

 

One day there will be no borders, no flags and no individual country and the only passport will be the heart. Keeping this in mind “A Global School Connect Program” was conducted in St. Edmund’s School,Jawahar Nagar,Jaipur on 29 th July. It was a platform for delegates from different schools of Europe as well as from India to initiate new partnerships through student Exchange Program. A warm welcome was given to the delegates and it was supplemented by a colorful culture show and P.PT presentation organized by the students. In this Programme delegates from Germany, France, Scotland, Bulgaria etc participated. An open discussion took place where the delegates from different schools from India as well as from Europe interacted with each other and the co-ordinators from M.G.D. school, Mayoor School (Ajmer), Rukmani Modern School and The Palace School tried to exchange the ideas about making teaching and learning more student friendly. The Guest of Honour Mr. V.K.Singh said that this visit gave delegates and teachers an opportunity to showcase their culture and advancement in modern times and in turn to learn about the finer nuances of different teaching patterns. Along with him International co-ordinator of Scotland Ms.Susan Coontz, Was present. Principal Dr. Pooja Singh in her speech said that the main aim of this program was to promote cross-culture understanding, equipping young people with key of future skills needed to live in the world of diverse faith and beliefs. International co-ordinator from Scotland Ms. Susan Coontz said that the purpose of this program was to explore different educational practices, compare the challenges and strengths and to adopt the best practices beneficial for the teaching learning process. At last Deputy Director Mr.Kapil Singh expressed his views by saying that it was a special moment where the delegates interacted with each other, which helped them to better understand each other’s teaching pattern.

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that our school has been awarded with the Green School Award by Centre of Science and Environment (CSE). We feel proud to declare that we secured 30th rank amongst 106 schools from India and the only School in Jaipur. The school thrives on its motto to make this world a better place by using all means to save energy and thus 70% "GREEN" St. Edmund's School is hoping to achieve 100% soon.

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St. Edmund’s school celebrated the most awaited event of the year; it is the time when every child looks up to his God on earth. It’s time to celebrate mother’s day. The pre-primary wing of the school organized card making activity in all the classes. The tiny tots displayed their talent and love for their mother. The school Principal, Mrs. Pooja Singh appreciated the beautiful show put up by the kids displaying unconditional love for their mothers. Students made a portrait of their mother which touched the heart of everybody present there. The Principal congratulated and inspired the kids to pay respect to their mothers and to obey her whole heartedly.

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