School film competition: Bank, Camera, Action 2019/20

91 UK schools and colleges took part in our 2019 film competition – Bank, Camera, Action. They entered a total of 181 films.

Competition winners announced 

Thank you to everyone who took part in our 2019 film competition. Congratulations to our worthy winners.

Our topic was ‘Climate change – never too small to make a big difference’. At the Bank of England, we’re concerned about climate change. Many economic activities impact the environment, such as burning coal, oil and gas. And a threat to the environment is also a threat to the economy.

You sent us a wonderful range of creative films that included everything from news articles and interviews to cartoons and dance!

2019 winners

Upper Key Stage 2: years 5 and 6/P6 and 7 (age 9 to 11) and overall winner

Crynallt Primary, Neath, Wales

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Lower Key Stage 2: years 3 and 4/Primary 4 and 5 (age 7 to 9)

Bangabandhu Primary School, Bethnal Green, London

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Key Stage 3: years 7, 8 and 9/Secondary 1, 2 and 3 (age 11 to 14)

Calder High School, The Calder Learning Trust, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire

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Key Stage 4: years 10 and 11/S4 (age 14 to 16)

Sherborne Girls, Sherborne, Dorset

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Key Stage 5: years 12 and 13/S5 and 6 (age 16 to 19)

Samuel Whitbread Academy, Shefford, Bedfordshire

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Students with special educational needs (SEN)

Carwarden House Community School, Camberley, Surrey

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Most creative

Kirbie Kendal School, Kendal, Cumbria

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Technically impressive

Alderbrook School, Solihull, West Midlands

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Previous winners 

2018/19 winners

The winning films in 2019 used the theme ‘What will money be like in the future’.

2017/18 winners 

The winning films in 2018 used the theme ‘What independence means to me’.

2016/17 winners

The winning films in 2017 used the theme ‘A day in the life of the new fiver’.

Prizes

The winning schools in each category won £500 to spend on filmmaking equipment. The overall winning school won an additional £500.

This page was last updated 06 October 2020

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