In this way, we know that they style, language, and structure of all writing products will meet the academic standards of institutions in Australia and guarantee good grades.
We employ a rigorous screening and employment process for our writing staff that includes the following steps: Only when they have passed through these steps will we add them to our trusted writing staff.
There is then a 90-day probationary period, during which we assign more basic orders that we carefully review and evaluate.
If that goes well, they are then placed on permanent writer status and given orders based on their degrees and degree levels.
Every customer will get a personal writer who knows exactly how to craft the perfect piece of writing.
Sit back, relax, and read on – you will understand exactly why we are the most popular and trusted writing service in Australia.The RCS has a rich history of nurturing the creative talents of young people around the Commonwealth.We endeavour to promote literacy, expression and creativity by celebrating excellence and imagination.Mary Ashun, Principal of Ghana International School; Mr Tom Hartley, Deputy High Commissioner to Ghana; HRH The Duchess of Cornwall; Rebecca Akufo-Addo, First Lady of Ghana; Mr.Eric Kutortse, Chairman of First Sky Group and Serene Insurance; Edward Enninful Editor-In-Chief of British Vogue magazine and John Apea, RCS Regional Co-ordinator for Africa (pictured L-R above).Run by the RCS since 1883, this international schools’ writing contest is a highly regarded and popular international education project.In 2015, the contest was renamed ‘The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition’, in honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II’s role as both Head of the Commonwealth and Patron of The Royal Commonwealth Society.All entrants receive a Certificate of Participation and one Winner and Runner-up from the Senior and Junior categories will win a trip to London for a week of educational and cultural events.For more information about the competition, please see Terms and Conditions and Frequently Asked Questions., this year’s topics called upon young people to consider how they can work to use cultural, technological and environmental connections for positive change across the Commonwealth.It asked young people to consider the potential of the Commonwealth in strengthening the vast and varied links between citizens.