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May 02, 2018

9th NCC Annual Award Ceremony
On Sunday 29th of April 2018, the British Muslim Society (BMS) organized it's 9th awarding ceremony for the National Children Competition (NCC), at the 360 Venue in Luton, United Kingdom. The event was a momentous success, with over 700 people present.

The winners of the competitions were awarded the gold, silver and bronze trophies and certificates. The gold first winners performed their Qur'an recitation, occasional prayers, Arabic Islamic songs, storytelling, TV reporting, spoken word poetry, and the best of all, The Young Muslim Talent, where the crowd was entertained with several types of beatboxing!

The NCC official magazine APLOMB was officially released and the first copy was given to chief guest, Yusuf Chambers by the NCC Project Leader Shibly Uwais. The magazine consists of the judges' reviews, participants name list which is over 700 hundred in all age groups, participant's messages and the winning poems, essays and calligraphies. It also includes the pictures of last year's awarding ceremony and this year's each phase of the competition.

Participants were split up into 6 separate groups:
● Superheroes (children under the age of 5)
● Group 1 (Years 1 and 2)
● Group 2 (Years 3 and 4)
● Group 3 (Years 5 and 6)
● Group 4 (Years 7 and 8)
● Group 5 (Years 9 and 10)

Participants came from all over the country from regions such as Dewsbury, Bolton, Birmingham, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Luton, Slough, Reading, Crawley, Harrow, East London, and South London. Each region took away plenty of trophies, a reward for months of their hard working.

Big thanks go to the NCC team, who work all year round so that the children have their chance at winning. Children who are now young adults can speak publicly without fear because of this event. This competition can be a life changing experience - you walk in an unsure, frightened child and leave a confident young adult, ready to take on any challenges. The NCC have truly achieved their goal of 'Building Confidence in Growing Children.'

By: Ayyub Mohamed Ismail, a regular participant in NCC

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