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Carnival Art 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Commonwealth Essay Competition Awardee

Alleeya Julie Baksh of Upper Six One of St. Joseph’s Convent, San Fernando entered the Royal Commonwealth Society Young Commonwealth Essay Competition for 2010 and was exceptionally awarded in the Class A Category with Silver Award Certificate.

The Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest and largest schools’ writing contest with a photographic and film component.The International Competition allows all commonwealth countries to participate (54 countries) and explored the 2010 Commonwealth theme of Science, Technology and Society.

 

The 2011 theme is ‘Women as agents of change’ and students are invited to participate by submitting their essays to Ms. Montoute.Entries are open from 1st January 2011 and closes on 1st May 2011 for essay, 1st June for Photo and 1st July for films.

 

 

 

Singer wins Mastana Semis

Vandana Tulsie, a Form 5 student of St. Joseph''s Convent, San Fernando emerged as the winner of the third semi-final round of The Children of Mastana last week. The Penal Student of SJC impressed the judges with her rendition of a Qawali done in the local classical tradition.