St. Edmund’s School Jawahar Nagar is always up to something new and innovative and this is what drives us to cover various events here. Adding yet another feather to the cap of innovation was the participation of the school’s students in School Enterprise Challenge, a world-wide competition. It was a matter of privilege for all Jaipurities to see city’s student participate in a competition that aims to develop essential skills in business and entrepreneurship in students all across the world.
As a part of this competition, the young business minds of the school brought forth a project named Waste to Wealth, where they were grouped under student project-leaders who directed them with guidance from teacher incharge. For the project, the students generated funds by collecting and selling old newspapers, a concept they named “Each one brings one”. With the fund collected, they purchased pen refills and created new pens out of old and waste ones.
All in all, new stationary items were created by the funds saved and generated by the students. Not only this, but the young businesspersons also promoted their items through pamphlets. The entire effort was received with many accolades during the PTM where these stationary items were put on display and overall it was a big hit as it earned the students a lot of money.
Encouraging the budding entrepreneurs for their first step into the world of business was, Mr. Chandra Shekhar Arya, Director of Stomata Infotech, Haryana who attended the presentation of the students personally and appreciated their efforts. The participating students were congratulated and awarded by certificated by the school principal, Dr. Pooja Singh. Motivating the students to move ahead in life, she said, “Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
The entire school turned into a mini zoo with sounds of barking, chirping, meowing as the young ones brought different breeds of dogs, cats, parrots, parakeets, birds, fish, etc, to the campus.
Alumni meet - as much as we grow up, we never stop missing school days. Joining alumni associations and thus getting to meet school friends as we stay busy with our professional lives definitely makes us nostalgic and reminiscing those years.
Celebrating the magic of science, the International School Aamby observed the National Science Day on the February 26.
Science, once understood can change the way you think about the world and hence emphasizing on the practical sides of science, The Cathedral Vidya School organized Science Day.
It couldn't get better, they think, each year. However, they surpass themselves each year as they reach a new level of success with their annual art exhibition. This is none other than the artists from St Edmund's Jawahar Nagar.
When the girls of the school turned graceful ladies of the future, one can definitely make a guess looking at them that it's their farewell time.
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje at the 75th anniversary of St Xavier's School, Jaipur asked father principal John Ravi, SJ to collaborate with RSLDC.
What began as St. Mary's Boy's School in the year 1941, has blossomed into one of the many prominent schools of the city in a span of 75 years.
Being the voice of those who struggle to speak, Jatinder Arora, founder of PRAYAS, proved Barack Obama’s quote ‘a change is brought about because ordinary people do extraordinary things’ right.
Seedling Modern Public School’s Nursery Branch celebrated its 14th Annual Day named Bedazzle on 13th February 2016 in their High School premises.
Basant Panchami , known for worshipping maa Saraswati or Hindu goddess of knowledge, was celebrated at the Tagore International School, Mansarovar.
Wishing a bright future and imparting sound values to its outgoing students, Sanskar School, once again stood up to the meaning of its name.
The Li'l kids of Jayshree Periwal High School, Jaipur were delighted to see the Iranian puppet show organized by the IMA.
This school knows how to make complicated lessons simpler and easier; interesting and interactive, to top it. Students here learnt about Earth the most creatively.
Students of classes 3 to 8 most spectacularly showcased their learning of the entire academic year with their respective clubs. Judges, although had a tough time, adjudged few of them winners.
They took off from Bhubneshwar in December with a simple mission, to spread the word. They call it the Walking Book Fair.
Most schools prioritise studies and extra-curricular activities, but Janki Devi Public School, Jaipur also focuses on environmental conservation.
Team ScooNews reached the fair in the early hours to find young, enthusiastic kids peeping into the binoculars set up by TWSI.
Bringing out the creative best from their students, The Millennium School, HMEL Bathinda organised a 'Corn Feast', an activity for their pre-primary students.
As Feburary starts, the farewell season in most of the schools across the city begins, with the latest one being in St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar.
St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar, that has always worked for the overall development of its students now hosted a workshop by the Reliance Foundation and NBA.