BBC Wildlife Schools’ Digital Wildlife Award winners

We reveal the results of this inspirational competition. 

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BBC Wildlife Schools’ Digital Wildlife Award winners

At the start of the year BBC Wildlife magazine decided it wanted to celebrate some of the most dynamic wildlife education in British classrooms, so we launched our Schools’ Digital Wildlife Award.

The competition was designed to give schools the opportunity to share their wildlife projects through video and online presentations.

“We launched the competition in the March issue of the magazine and we had an incredible response from teachers around the UK,” says BBC Wildlife editor, Matt Swaine. “They included a The Blair Witch Project-style film about creating a bug hotel, animated bee hives and an amazing song and dance act. Our judges were incredibly impressed with the huge variety of ways that teachers bring wildlife into the classroom.”

Choosing the winners was a daunting difficult task but the finalists are all excellent. Below you can see the winners in each of the age group categories of Key Stage one, two and three. We’d love to know what you think of them. 

Key Stage 1 Joint Winners

Dallas Road School in Lancaster used Prezi to show the range of minibeasts they found in their local orchard. Click below to view the story. 

Old Buckenham Community Primary in Norfolk produced this video to show the variety of wildlife activities in their classroom. Click below to watch the video. 

Key Stage 2 Winner

Greenbrae Primary, Aberdeen produced this Prezi to show how their honey bee project.

Key Stage 3 Winner

Reepham High School in Norwich have a wildlife club that produced this excellent presentation.

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