Students who gave outstanding performances in this year’s Primary School’s Performing Arts Festival, received their trophies and certificates of participation at an Awards Ceremony.
Eight awards were handed out to winners in the Junior and Senior categories, while three new awards were introduced this year as an incentive to encourage a greater level of participation in the Festival.
Samron Moore of the South Rivers Methodist School received the award for Prince of the Festival, while Tamara Woodley of the Paradise Primary School in Bequia received the Princess Award.
The Park Hill Government School received the award for the Best Programme, the Calliaqua Primary School received an award for the most Disciplined School and the School for Children with Special Needs received an award for the Best Prepared School during the festival.
In the junior category, the Lowmans Leeward Anglican School took the female and male awards for the most Promising Performers. Kyle Henry and Lativia Daily received these awards on behalf of their school.
In the Senior category, Kenille Isles of the Kingstown Preparatory School took the award for the most Promising Male performer, while Ronefa Clarke of the Argyle Primary School received the award for the most Promising Female performer.
The three new awards introduced this year included an award for Best Instrumental Group, which went to the Richland Park Melody Makers.
In addition, the Best Male Vocalist award went to Jerique John of the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School and the award for Best Female Vocalist went to Jewel Cordice of the Georgetown Primary School.
The Awards Ceremony took place at the Conference Room of Professional Secretarial and Consultancy Services Limited, sponsors of the Festival. The trophies and certificates were handed out by Managing Director, Camille Crichton, and Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism Sports and Culture, Elvis Charles.
Source: NBC Radio