In September, ITV's Good Morning Britain announced a competition for schools to produce an Anti-Bullying video to link into Anti-Bullying Week.
The winning videos, one secondary and one primary, would be shown on the big screens of Odeon Cinemas across Britain.
The School Council worked together to come up with a really good idea and then worked with Mrs Bermingham and Mr Woodman to perform the film.
A few weeks later we were told that were finalists, but sworn to secrecy (which is why we haven't told you before now!).
Because the finished films were to be shown on The Big Screen, ITV came to school to re-shoot our video in super high definition. The results were then judged by a team of experts.
The official announcement was made on Friday 6th November. We were disappointed not to be the winner, but very proud to be in the top 3 and to receive some really positive comments from the judges.
You can see our original video below - by the way the children are only acting, no REAL bullying took place (although the banana DID get splattered!).
Here's part of the announcement on-air, including the judges comments.
These are some clips of the ITV re-shoot, which was a long day for the children, but they did really well. It's amazing how long it can take to film a banana being stomped!
Our video, the winner from Beech Hill School, Halifax and some of the other entries are on the Good Morning Britain website.
Congratulations School Council - you should be very proud of yourselves!