BAFTA Kids Roadshow with Place2Be returns for a 3rd year!
Keep up to date with our travels around England, Scotland and Wales.
What is the Roadshow?
In 2017, the BAFTA Kids Roadshow with Place2Be visited schools in England, Scotland and Wales with exciting activities, including a 'Behind the Scenes Assembly' and a 'Presenting Masterclass' led by special guests from the world of children's television. Pupils from 2 London schools were invited to the BAFTA Kids Awards in November for a ‘Red Carpet Experience’.
We were delighted to continue our travels in 2018 for Year 2 of the Roadshow, reaching even more children and young people across the UK, from Croydon to Ayrshire.
TV Presenting Masterclass
BAFTA Kids' TV Presenting Masterclass focuses on confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Watch some highlights below.
Are you a teacher? Find out more about the TV Presenting Masterclass, get some ideas for how you can use this video and view our suggested activities for classroom and group work in this downloadable resource >>
Kindness Superhero competition
During Children’s Mental Health Week 2017, BAFTA Kids and Place2Be launched a competition for children to design a superhero that represents the power of kindness. 14-year-old Jasmine Wood’s winning design 'POP' was brought to life with the help of BAFTA-winning animation studio Blue-Zoo Productions:
BAFTA Children's Awards 2018
Children from our Partner Schools Willow Tree Primary and Blessed Sacrament RC Primary took part in a special Red Carpet Experience during the BAFTA Children's Awards 2018, joining in fun activities with some special celebrity guests and the BAFTA Kids Young Presenter finalists, including a TV presenting workshop and photo shoot.
News & blogs
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Last week, Place2Be and Moray House School hosted an event to celebrate our partnership of supporting student teachers.Read more
New report from NHS England shows increase in children experiencing mental health difficulties
Published today, the report reveals that 1 in 5 children and young people now have a probable mental health condition.Read more