CBSE organized a workshop on the "Integrated Payment System" (IPS) at St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar. This was a mandatory session for the principals to attend.
Heads of institutions from more than 62 schools participated in the workshop. The keynote speaker of the workshop was Mrs Anu Bhatia, Principal, of St. Edmund's School, along with Mr Ankesh Saha. In the workshop, the “Integrated Payment System” was explained in detail. In the end, Mrs Anu Bhatia appreciated the teachers as it was a fruitful session for all who participated in the event.

St Edmunds School, Jawahar Nagar organized a training session for the Principal, Vice Principal & senior PGT on NEP 2020 on behalf of CBSE COE on 6th January 2023. The workshop was resourced by Dr Manisha Sharma Principal Venkateshwar International School Delhi and Mr Vividh Gupta Principal Bal bhavan public School Delhi. More than 35 schools from different regions participated in the workshop.

The main motto of NEP 2023 is to Educate, Encourage and Enlighten. The meeting was opened up by outlining the points to be discussed and strategies to be implemented concerning NEP.

Lastly, Mrs Anu Bhatia Principal of the school expressed her warm appreciation to the Principal as it was a fruitful session for all who attended the event.

St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar organized a fancy dress competition for the students of Pre Primary section. It was a delight to see the little ones dressed up in different characters as per the Disney World theme. The tiny tots were dressed as Mickey, Minnie, Spider-Man, Aladdin and Jasmine and looked adorable in their fancy attires. It was a proud moment to see the little kids speaking with such confidence and encouraged the students to think Out of the box. Many schools including Golden future, Sacred Heart, Toddler’s Hub, Rise & Run & many more participated.
The event was presided over by Ex Alumnus Ms Chesta Mathuria who recently represented Rajasthan at Miss India Earth 2022 and the guest of honour was graced by Dr Dolly Setia Founder & director of French tweets Pvt ltd & guest lecturer at ELLCS Dept UOR.

The stage became lightened up when students of different schools staged noticeable depicting roles of Disney characters in the competition. The graceful enacts of kindergarten gave a mesmerizing impact on the audience and left everyone spellbound. Attractive costumes and fascinating props made it difficult for judges to declare the winner. Rajveer Motwani (as Gennie) from Rise & Run bagged the first prize and Kashvi Mittal (as Anna)from St Edmund’s Jawahar Nagar bagged the second prize while Trinab Meena (as spiderman) from Toddler’s Hub stood third. The Academic Director Mrs Meena Singh & Associate Joint Director Mrs Mansi Singh said these events gave the students a good platform to build their confidence.

To hone the importance of creativity and to enhance the knowledge the students of St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar collaborated with Rooftop for a path breaking initiative, Phad Se Padh (based on ART integration) Jaipur History Festival at City Palace, Jaipur. Edmundites participated in Phad Vaachan as Lakshman & Parshuram samwad in Sita swayamvar which was beautifully depicted by Vansh Sanjwani ,Adhyatm Jagdhari, Nawraj Darjee,Khushi gogra,Vidhi Lakhpatani & Parul Gupta through reciting the ballads and poetries of glorious deities of Ramayan. Students of St Edmund’s also played an active part in infographics & PDKF vocational skill manual.It was a good resource for all the participants.They got an opportunity to witness a phad painting & won applause for its creativity. A valuable art catering not only to art but also to get insight to Hindi Literature. Students have also developed a skill based manual on Blue Pottery for grade 7 which has been approved by CBSE is also appreciated by Princess Gaurvi Kumari ji.She said a remarkable step towards learning. It will be shared in CBSE academics.

The students of St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, participated in the “International Youth Festival” organized by CMS School, Lucknow. The event was held between 3rd Dec to 7th Dec 2022. It was a mega event as 60 teams from all over India and 17 teams from other countries including Nepal, Sri Lanka & Russia participated.
The impacting performance by Kriti Gupta took her to the top 15 in the debate competition and outstanding performances by the students Shubham Kumar and Srishti Patel were bestowed by 2nd prize in digital comics. The energy of the overall team throughout the event procured a special award of “The Most Enthusiastic Team”. It was a huge platform for all the students to explore on a global scale and to be encouraged.
It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to perform under the guidance of our school teachers Ms Nidhi Khandelwal and Ms Pallavi Bhagchandani with great zeal and enthusiasm, the whole programme was a good source of motivation.