Information on link to Virtual assemblyThe assembly will be available to all schools and families at 9am on Monday 1 February – and will feature pupils and well-known faces discussing the theme of Children’s Mental Health Week, as well as ways that children and young people can get involved at home. It will be hosted by Blue Peter’s Lindsey Russell and CBBC Presenter and Place2Be Champion Rhys Stephenson. As the majority of pupils are now at home, the assembly will provide an easy way to bring the nation's children together (virtually) with a positive message about the power of creative self-expression. Famous faces and contributors will also be taking part live from their homes. Sign up for email alerts to be the first to hear about the Assembly when it goes live, and other Children’s Mental Health Week news. During the assembly, BAFTA Kids will also be launching their annual Young Presenter Competition. The competition aims to find exciting new on-screen talent aged between 7 -14 years, and this year entrants will be asked to respond to the theme ‘Express yourself…’. Previous winners of the competition have gone on to host at BAFTA red-carpets and events throughout the year, as well as securing presenting slots of Sky News FYI. Tune in to the assembly find out how to enter. More information is available on the BAFTA website.
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