(ZIZ News) – The Cayon Primary school is the winner of the 4th annual Charleton Edwards Memorial Consumer Affairs Primary school quiz after beating out their competitors during the finals at the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) conference room on Friday.
Team Cayon high beat out three other primary schools to take the top spot while the Beach Allen Primary School placed second.
The Immaculate Conception Catholic School and the St. Pauls Primary school placed third and fourth respectively.
Director of Consumer Affairs, Paul Queeley explained that consumer education is important for students who help to influence the parent’s during purchases.
The Consumer Affairs Director also spoke of the advantages that stem from observing Consumer Rights Day which is celebrated annually on March 15.
At the end of the presentation, Minister Responsible for the Department of Consumer Affairs, Honourable Lindsay Grant assisted in the distribution of prizes.
World consumer rights day was observed under the theme, “Trusted Smart Products”.