No culture can live if its attempts to be exclusive and isolated. It is inevitable and favourable for each country’s growth to be in conjunction with the customs and traditions of other countries. St. Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur took a stand over this notion and extended a friendship hand to Wellington School, Scotland. Under the ‘Exchange Program held by British Council a three members team reached Wellington School and they were in school from 6 June 13 to 16 June in which Academic Director Mrs. Meena Singh, Deputy Director Mr. Kapil Singh and a teacher Mrs. Anu Bhatia were there. On their arrival they were given a warm welcome at School. During their stay they attended various classes to observe the teaching method and working of school. Team members were enthralled when they came to know that Wellington School had adopted India Education System and other teaching methodologies which proved to be beneficial for the multidimensional growth of students of their school. During their visit, the delegation members also observed that Scotland students are very practical instead of being theoretical. Mostly they depend on pragmatic work and presentations. The main motto of both the schools is to share culture, ideas and education etc for which an open conversation was held between students, teachers and parents. A farewell party was held for outgoing students which can not be forgotten. To make this exchange programme more fruitful on the last day Mrs. Meena Singh in her speech said that we have formed friendship through lots of talking and discussions, we reach a better understanding which is a key of success for our relations. Deputy Director Mr. Kapil Singh on the behalf of St. Edmund’s family gave an invitation to them to visit India and participate in such programmes.