imperative in today’s era to create global citizens who understand transitional features and with this purpose St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur furthered their bond of friendship with Wellington School, Scotland through an exchange program.

Edmund’s hosted a delegation comprising Mr. Simon Johnson (Principal), Mrs. Susan, M. Coontz (International Coordinator), Miss Lousie Thrippleton staff member, and 15 students from Wellington School, Scotland. The delegation was given a traditional Indian welcome in the School by Principal, Teachers and Students.

They visited classrooms which helped them to know about the education system of India. At the same time, Edmundites mesmerized their counterparts with their traditional dance and visual presentation about Rajasthan. The students of our School interacted with their teammates also which was a special moment as it helped them to better understand each other’s culture and education system.

Edmundites showcased many innovative and useful products that they had made from waste material. The works of our students were highly appreciated.

The delegates were awestruck by the Haat Bazaar put up by the students.

Mr. Simon Johnson, Principal remarked, “India is a dream destination i.e. Rajasthan and the two days are very less to explore the place. He thanked everyone in the School for the awesome Hospitality.

Dr. Pooja Singh remarked, “This is not just an exchange program, this is the beginning of a long lasting friendship which will be cherished by us forever.”