The event was held at the Beach Allen Primary School grounds on 27th May, before hundreds of individuals and each contestant made appearances … segments namely the Introductory Speech, Performing Talent, Sunday Best and Onstage Interview segments.
The six contestants – each of whom represented and portrayed one of the ARMOUR qualities, were:
Miss Accountability: Shalyah Williams
Miss Responsibility: Alyana Caines
Miss Motivation: Britney Wattley
Miss Organisation: Barisha Crantoun
Miss Unity: Jahquysma Liburd and
Miss Respect: Amelia McKoy.
MiyVue.com understands that McKoy’s presentation for the talent segment of the pageant, focussed on the importance of respect. She portrayed a girl who was very disrespectful at school and around her community and as a result, the responses she got were negative. Having seen the impact of her behaviour, she made a conscious decision and effort to change and as a result, the responses she got from those around her, were favourable.
This media house understands that she won that segment as well as best Sunday Best Wear and best Interview.
The second Runner Up position was taken by Cranstoun and Alyana Caines was named second runner up.
Herbert explained that as an ongoing process, the teachers would evaluate the children of their class on the ARMOUR qualities: accountability, responsibility, motivation, organisation, unity and respect, to see which child is week in which areas and where more emphasis needs to be placed.
Winners of the event were awarded for their performance.