Cartoon Network’s freshman show The Amazing World of Gumball (Best Animation) Disney Channel’s Fish Hooks (Best International Show) and U.K. Children’s channel CBeebies (Best Channel) were three of the big winners of Sunday’s Children’s BAFTA Awards in London. Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 won the Best Children’s Film prize and the BAFTA Kids’ Vote Award.
Astley Baker Davis’ Peppa Pig won the Best Preschool Show prize as did its nine-year-old performer Harley Bird, who provides the voice of Peppa in the Best Performer category. The prize for Best Writing went to James Lamont and Jon Foster for their work on The Amazing World of Gumball.
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean won the video game award and Nose Dive Studios, a team of 15-year-olds from London, won the Young Game Designers Prize.
For a complete list of winners and nominees and footage from the ceremony, visit www.bafta.org/awards/childrens/