News day / The competition is known for the involvement of all Presbyterian schools across the country and showcases the talents and abilities of students in the area of choral speaking, art, creative writing, singing and story telling. Speaking to Newsday via a telephone interview, Penal Presbyterian Primary School principal Lynda Nandlal said all students who participated in and supported the students in the competition did the school very proud.
They have worked really hard toward the competition and I must thank all the parents and teachers especially Mrs Annette Poliah and Ms Ingrid Kokaram who went beyond the call of duty to prepare the students for the competition. She said, Analysa Singh was placed first in the creative writing competition, in the under nine category of the art competition Ginnord Applewhite was placed third, and in the over nine category Adrian Lall was placed fourth. In the story telling competition Faith Babwah was placed first. Second place in the story telling competition went to Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary School, while third place went to Tacarigua Presbyterian Primary School.
In the singing competition San Francique Presbyterian Primary School was place first, Exchange Presbyterian Primary School was placed second and Guaico Presbyterian Primary School was placed third. Grant Memorial Presbyterian Primary School took first place in the choral speaking category, while Rochard Douglas took second place and Tacarigua Presbyterian Primary School was placed third.
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