Bank, Camera, Action Competition 2018

Last year we received over 138 films from 72 UK secondary schools and colleges who took part in the Bank of England’s Schools’ film competition – Bank, Camera, Action.

The topic was ‘What does independence mean to me' to coincide with the Bank’s 20th anniversary of operational independence in May 2017.

Winning films

Ages 12-14 / Key Stage 3 (years 7, 8 and 9) and overall winner:

Calder High School, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire

Ages 15 - 16 / Key Stage 4 (years 10 and 11):

Charlton High School, Telford, Shropshire

Ages 17-18 / Key Stage 5 (years 12 and 13):

Norbury Manor Business & Enterprise College, Thornton Heath, Surrey

Best entry from a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school:

Carwarden Community School, Camberley, Surrey

Most creative entry:

Worthing High School, Worthing, W.Sussex

Most technically impressive:

Bridgemary School, Gosport, Hampshire 

2017 winners

The winning films in 2017 used the theme 'A day in the life of a new fiver'.

This page was last updated 18 March 2019
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