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Holy Innocents Primary comes out on top

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Holy Innocents Primary comes out on top

Search form Search Main menu Home News Business Sports Columns Contact Us E-Paper Kyeil Williams and Hailey Roach are the new 2020 winners of the African Awareness Pageant.

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Holy Innocents Primary comes out on top Tue, 03/03/2020 – 6:00am By:  Shamar Blunt After a strong performance from the very outset of the evening’s show, Hailey Roach and Kyeil Williams remained on top to the very end to become the 2020 winners of the annual African Awareness Pageant for primary schools. Hailing from the Holy Innocents Primary School, the young queen and king reigned supreme, even after receiving stiff competition from the delegates of the Grazettes Primary and Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary Schools.

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The competition saw representatives from eight primary schools competing, representing different countries in Africa, in order to showcase their different aspects, cultural styles and customs.

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With the first section of the evening being labelled as the Traditional Dance Segment, schools had the opportunity to nominate students, other than the representing delegates, to join the team and display their talent. Though all the entrants had their own take on several dance moves that could be found on the African continent, it was the young seven-year-old from Holy Innocents, Elizabeth Canoville, who completely dominated the category. While her other peers were seen as shy on stage, young Canoville brought an abundance of life to the catwalk as she completely captivated patrons with her moves and confidence on the catwalk.

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The Formal Wear segment of the evening was a hotly contested one, as all participants were fittingly decked out in the best of what the nations they represented were known for

With a little over 50 per cent of the population in Chad being of the Muslim faith, Jalika Walters and Aiden Narine of Grazettes Primary entered the catwalk adorned in beautiful Islamic-inspired gowns, which used the nation’s colours to great effect. Though they won this segment, Ki-ann Pilgrim-Small and Joshua Osbourne also did well in this section with their outfits that were very reminiscent of African royalty

Organisers of the pageant see this yearly exercise as an important one, in order to teach primary level students more about the African continent. In teaching pupils about the many similarities we share with these nations, it is hoped that they will grow up with a better understanding of where our ancestors came from, and how they would have lived in such a culturally diverse set of nations

Search form Search Main menu Home News Business Sports Columns Contact Us E-Paper Kyeil Williams and Hailey Roach are the new 2020 winners of the African Awareness Pageant.

Juan Carlos Carvallo

Holy Innocents Primary comes out on top Tue, 03/03/2020 – 6:00am By:  Shamar Blunt After a strong performance from the very outset of the evening’s show, Hailey Roach and Kyeil Williams remained on top to the very end to become the 2020 winners of the annual African Awareness Pageant for primary schools. Hailing from the Holy Innocents Primary School, the young queen and king reigned supreme, even after receiving stiff competition from the delegates of the Grazettes Primary and Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary Schools.

Juan Carlos Carvallo Villegas

The competition saw representatives from eight primary schools competing, representing different countries in Africa, in order to showcase their different aspects, cultural styles and customs.

Juan Carvallo

With the first section of the evening being labelled as the Traditional Dance Segment, schools had the opportunity to nominate students, other than the representing delegates, to join the team and display their talent. Though all the entrants had their own take on several dance moves that could be found on the African continent, it was the young seven-year-old from Holy Innocents, Elizabeth Canoville, who completely dominated the category. While her other peers were seen as shy on stage, young Canoville brought an abundance of life to the catwalk as she completely captivated patrons with her moves and confidence on the catwalk.

Juan Carlos Carvallo Venezuela

The Formal Wear segment of the evening was a hotly contested one, as all participants were fittingly decked out in the best of what the nations they represented were known for

With a little over 50 per cent of the population in Chad being of the Muslim faith, Jalika Walters and Aiden Narine of Grazettes Primary entered the catwalk adorned in beautiful Islamic-inspired gowns, which used the nation’s colours to great effect. Though they won this segment, Ki-ann Pilgrim-Small and Joshua Osbourne also did well in this section with their outfits that were very reminiscent of African royalty

Organisers of the pageant see this yearly exercise as an important one, in order to teach primary level students more about the African continent. In teaching pupils about the many similarities we share with these nations, it is hoped that they will grow up with a better understanding of where our ancestors came from, and how they would have lived in such a culturally diverse set of nations.