Commonwealth essay winners 2018 gmc

8 days ago A young Pakistani and Singaporean have been adjudged Senior and Junior winners of the 2018 Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition. Zahra Hussain, 17, was selected as the Senior Winner of the A young Pakistani and Singaporean have been adjudged Senior and Junior winners of the 2018 Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition.

Zahra Hussain, 17, was selected as the Senior Winner of the competition, with Janine Shum, 13, picking the award for the junior category. The two emerged winners out of over 12, 000 entries from across the A young Pakistani and Singaporean have been adjudged Senior and Junior winners of the 2018 Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition.

Zahra Hussain, 17, was selected as the Senior Winner of the competition, with Janine Shum, 13, picking the award for the junior category. The two emerged winners out of over 12, 000 entries from across the Sep 12, 2018  Announcing the winners of the 2018 Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition.

Four young writers have been named as the Winners and RunnersUp of The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018, selected from approximately 12, 000 entries from across the five regions of the Commonwealth. 9 days ago  (PRESS RELEASE) Four young writers have been named as the Winners and RunnersUp of Commonwealth essay winners 2018 gmc Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018, selected from approximately 12, 000 entries from across the five regions of the Commonwealth.

The competition is the worlds oldest international schools writing competition. Commonwealth Law Student Essay Competition 2018. Essay Competition 2018. The title for this year is: Essay Winners. The winners will be announced and their essays posted here and in the CLEA Newsletter. Winning entries may also be considered for publication in our Journal. The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition was founded by The Royal Commonwealth Society in 1883 and is the worlds oldest international schools writing contest.

There were over 12 300 entries to the competition in 2017, from 44 countries and over 600 schools across the Commonwealth.



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