September 13, 2018

Winning Entries from Writing Competitions

Several of our students have won both international and local writing competitions. We are proud to feature their winning entries on this page. Click on the links below to read their entries.

1. How Do You Appreciate Your Grandparents by Avivah Wajahat, original poem penned for a writing contest organised by St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons

2. When I Grow Old by Avivah Wajahat, original poem penned for a writing contest organised by St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons

3. When I Grow Old by Elizabeth Loo, original poem penned for a writing contest organised by St. John’s Home for Elderly Persons

4. The Country of my Dreams by Rizqin Nasuha Mohamed Ridzuan, Merit Award, ‘My Country’ Writing Competition of Kids World Travel Guide 2020

5. Imagine You Are Planet Earth by Nora Bedi, Bronze Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020

6. Imagine You Are Planet Earth by Raeanne Chua, Silver Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020

7. Welcoming an overseas visitor by Nadia Goh, Bronze Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019

8. A Safer Future by Haney Binte Mohd Sallehuddin, Silver Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018

9. A Day in the Life by Nadia Goh, Bronze Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018

10. Recipe for a Common Future by Shaun Danny, Bronze Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018

11. Sweetwoman by Saamiya Khan, Silver Award, Singapore Performing Arts Festival Creative Writing Competition 2018

12. Peaceland by Saamiya Khan, Bronze Award, The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017

13. My Outstanding Sister by Haney Binte Mohd Sallehuddin, First Prize Winner, UNIFEM Sheroes Competition 2016

14. Tissue Packet Aunty by Genevieve Loh, Second Prize Winner, Kidz Parade SG 50 Kidz Challenge 2015