By Theckla Gunga – EMTV News, Port Moresby
Over 20 thousand Grade 12 students in Papua New Guinea have sat for the National Written Expression Examination today (August 06).
This year’s topic was on Hosting of the 2018 APEC Leaders’ Summit.
In Port Moresby, the Written Expression Exam was conducted in almost 15 Secondary and National High Schools.
At Port Moresby International School, a total of 120 students sat the exams.
Amongst them, was a student living with special needs.
The Port Moresby International School has close to two thousand students from grades one to 12.
It is a feeder school for students attending IEA schools in Port Moresby.
Built in the 1960s, the school became the first international school to have grades 10 to 12 and has educated thousands of international students.
Following the Written Expression Exam, Grade 12 students around the country will be sitting their National Exams in October.