The project won the 'Interactive' category for its innovative film, 'The Itch of the Golden Nit', at the event on Sunday, which celebrated the best in children’s film, television, games and online media of the last year.
A part of the Cultural Olympiad, the film was made entirely by and for children. Thousands of drawings, sound effects and story ideas by more than 34,000 young people from across the UK make up the innovative animation.
Cultural Olympiad Director Ruth Mackenzie said: 'It's wonderful to see a project made for the Cultural Olympiad
winning awards. Congratulations to the dedicated team behind the project
and the thousands of children who were involved.'
The project achieved a Guinness World Record earlier this year for the most individual contributions to an animated film, with a total of 1,897 people selected for involvement in the process.
'The Itch of the Golden Nit' was funded by Legacy Trust UK and BP, with additional support and resources from the BBC.
It has also been nominated in the Broadcast Awards 2012 for 'Best Children's Programme', with the awards to be presented in February 2012.