Henry Kitchener Prize Awarded
The 2016 Henry Kitchener Prize awards were made last night at Goodenough College in London. The winners were presented with their certificates by Lady Emma Fellows, LVO.
Essayists answered the question “In the light of how our diet has changed over the last century, how does nutrition affect the developing brain?”. There were a great number of entries, and we are thrilled to announce the winners!
Jonathan Mok of King’s College London won First Prize.
Stefania Guiu of the University of Plymouth was the Runner-Up.
Melissa Pirie of the University of Plymouth of Aditya Sahay of University College London were both Highly Commended.
In the Henry Kitchener Junior Prize, Olivia Kersey of Sydenham and Forest Hill Sixth Form was the overall winner, with Conor Bergin of The Latymer School and Martha James of Guildford High School being awarded Runner-Up prizes.
Highly Commended certificates will be sent to
- Mallika Jhamb from Marymount International School London
- Stephanie Leung from Wycombe Abbey School
- Milena Sagawa-Krasny from Chelmsford County High School for Girls
- Jessica Spiegler from St James Senior Girls’ School
- Ella Williams from Loughborough High School
- Ivan Willsfrom Nottingham High School
Sponsored by Holroyd Howe, Excellent Young Essay awards were made to David Saunders from Berkhamsted School as the winner and to Joseph Price from Aylesbury Grammar School as runner-up.
With our thanks to all who entered, and congratulations to our deserving winners.