Taking home the top prize of £500 within the primary school category was Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School for their film 'Making the internet a better place'. The winners of the secondary school category was Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College for 'Perfect Online World'.
The 6 finalists saw their films on the big screen before the panel of judges including esafety consultant Karl Hopwood, David Austin from the BBFC, Catherine McAllister from BBC Children's Interactive and Mick Paddington from film competition sponsors, Trend Micro announced this years winners.
Attending the screening along with industry guests such as Facebook, the BBC, Twitter and Disney, children's Minister Edward Timpson congratulated all the shortlist on their digital creativtity.
All the inspiring films from the shortlist will be available to watch on our YouTube Channel in the next few days.