The winners of the first Nationwide Ocean Conservation Art Competition 2017

After almost a month of deliberation, winners of the inaugural Ocean Conservation Art Competition were announced at a special award ceremony at S.E.A. Aquarium on 28 July 2017.

Co-organised by Resorts World Sentosa and Woodgrove Secondary School, the competition was open to all students across Singapore. It received more than 900 entries from students across pre-schools, primary and secondary schools when submission closed on 30 June.

The submissions were pretty impressive, and the judges had a hard time shortlisting the finalists and winners. The public could also vote for their favourite artworks for the People’s Choice Award.

After almost a month of selection and tallying the votes, we proudly present the winners of this year’s Ocean Conservation Art Competition.

Pre-school Category

1st Prize:
Lee Xi En, PCF Sparkletots Preschool @Bishan North Blk 219

2nd Prize:
Melody Er Xin Jie, St James’ Church Kindergarten — Harding

3rd Prize & People’s Choice Award Winner:
Krystal Bok Chun Hui, PCF Sparkletots Preschool @Ang Mo Kio

Merit Prize (3 winners):
(from left) Huang Yaoxian Edgar, Kinderland Preschool @Ministry of Manpower.
Keagan Scott Ng Ooi Tong, St. James’ Church Kindergarten – Leedon.
Mikayla Yin Jing Xuan, PCF Sparkletots Preschool @Bishan North BLK 219.

Primary School Category

1st Prize & People’s Choice Award Winner:
Goh Swee Yew, Woodgrove Primary School

2nd Prize:
Renee Chng Ya Xuan, Keming Primary School

3rd Prize:
Ng Shin Rei Variel, Poi Ching School

Merit Prize (3 winners):
(from left) Koh Lay Kee Kaelyn, Jurong Primary School.
Lorraine Chua Lu Teng, Jurong West Primary School.
Nur Umairah, Rulang Primary School.

Secondary School Category

1st Prize:
Tan Teng Na Janthina, Zhonghua Secondary School

2nd Prize & People’s Choice Award Winner:
Rachel Pang Min Yi, Commonwealth Secondary School

3rd Prize:
Tasha Anushka Lin Xuyi, Kranji Secondary School

Merit Prize (3 winners):
(from left) Ang Yu Ling, Zhenghua Secondary School.
Lam Cui Xi, River Valley High School.
Soo Tze Yee, Manjusri Secondary School.

The winning artworks were also displayed on a ‘mini exhibition’ wall mural. You can view them at the Ocean Dome inside S.E.A. Aquarium.

We would like to thank all schools and students for their support and participation. See you again next year!

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