The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition has been gathering English language entries of aspiring young writers' thoughts on key issues of the day since 1883. With children across the Commonwealth out of school, we are delighted to share a message from our Vice-Patron HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, inspiring children and young people to enter The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020.
RCS regional and branch offices often hold ceremonies or offer prizes. Please c ontact your nearest RCS branch after the competition closes on 1 June 2019, to inquire about any activities planned.
From more than 11,000 entries, five pieces were selected as the Winners and Runners up of The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019. Read them here. QCEC Terms and Conditions.From more than 11,000 entries, five pieces were selected as the Winners and Runners up of The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019. Read them here. Resources. Useful resources for teachers, parents and entrants interested in the QCEC.Raniya is the Senior Winner of the Commonwealth Essay Competition 2014. She is currently a student at Lahore College of Arts and Sciences in Pakistan.
The call came from Brenda Pope, Chair of the Education Subcommittee of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) Barbados Branch. She was speaking at a ceremony held yesterday to award the 2017 RCS Essay Competition prize winners, at the residence of the British High Commissioner, Her Excellency Janet Douglas, at Ben Mar, Erdiston Road, St. Michael.
Duchess of Cornwall encourages young people to take on this challenge during lockdown. The Duchess with last year's essay writing competition winners. Camilla was announced as the RCS's Vice.
Congratulations to University of Plymouth medical student James Russell, winner of the 2018-19 Surgical Skills Competition. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh's renowned Student Surgical Skills Competition gives aspiring surgeons in their final year of UK medical school an opportunity to practice and compete in surgical challenges against their peers from across the UK.
Right: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, presents Nathan Swain with his certificate as the Winner of the 2015 Queen's Essay Competition run by the Royal Commonwealth Society in Buckingham Palace. (Photo from the RCS Film of the event courtesy of Alan Ashworth).
Partners The Royal Commonwealth Society and The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition have been working to develop new, exciting partnerships with organisations across the Commonwealth to promote the Competition to a wider range of young people.
See also the RCS blog and link to their film on: CECRCS Winners Week. Right: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, presents Nathan Swain with his certificate as the Winner of the 2015 Queen's Essay Competition run by the Royal Commonwealth Society in Buckingham Palace. (Photo from the RCS Film of the event courtesy of Alan Ashworth).
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition was founded by the Royal Commonwealth Society in 1883 and is the world’s oldest international schools’ writing contest. The competition is sponsored by Cambridge University Press and received approximately 13,500 entries in 2016 from almost every country in the Commonwealth.
The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition. How To Enter; 2019 Results; Meet the Panel Judges 2019; Frequently Asked Questions; Terms and Conditions; Partners; Model Commonwealth Summits; RCS Associate Fellows Network. Join the Network; The Queen's Young Leaders Programme. QYLP Launch; QYLP 2015 Winners; QYLP 2016 Winners; QYLP 2017 Winners.
Kaye Williams, Chair of the RCS Barbados Branch, noted the above as she delivered remarks during the Award Programme for the winners of the 2019 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, which was held at the British High Commissioner’s Residence at Ben Mar, Erdiston Road, St. Michael.
This page shows Nathan's and his family while staying with ann and Alan Ashworth in Norfolk See also: More about the competition, Nathan's essay and Tristan photos: Commonwealth Essay Competition Nathan's time in London and Surrey: RCS Essay Prize Trip The RCS Winners Week Events: RCSWinners Week The Swains in the West Country: CECUKTrip20152 The family return home via Cape Town RCS Essay.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest schools’ international writing competition, managed by The Royal Commonwealth Society since 1883. Every year, it offers all Commonwealth youth aged 18 and under the opportunity to express their hopes for the future, opinions of the present, and thoughts on the past through the written word.