Essay Competition Winners Announced
The Samuel Lindow Foundation's Global Citizenship Essay Competition winners have been announced.
The Competition, which asked year 12 students to write a short essay on the topic ‘What does global citizenship mean to young people in contemporary Britain?’ ran from late 2011 until March 2012.
The winning entry received over £1,600 worth of Apple computer equipement, with the next three runners up receiving iPod touches. The winning school received £2,500 and the runner up school £1,000.
The winning entry was by Zaneta Rush-Morgan of Queen Elizabeth School in Kirby Lonsdale, Cumbria.
Runners up were Alec Christie (Queen Elizabeth School), Elizabeth Gaitskell (Cockermouth School) and Molly Wilkinson (Cockermouth School).
Prizes are being awarded towards the end of the 2011/12 academic year.
21st May 2012