The youngsters scooped several of top prizes at the British International Amateur Film Festival (BIAFF) in Bedford.
In the young filmmakers category the school’s film and animation club won two awards for their film, Positive Learning in the Classroom. The film is a tongue in cheek instructional video on how pupils should behave in the classroom.
The film won Best Under 16 Film and the club themselves were named Best British Young Filmmakers.
A Fistful of Conkers, the latest school film production, won big in the main awards category seeing off stiff competition from filmmakers of all ages.
Described as a good old fashioned tale of revenge set during a school conker tournament, the film was inspired by classic Western movies.
It picked up three awards including the Best British Film and the IAC Diamond.
BIAFF judges review every film and award a star rating between one and five. For extra special productions they award an IAC Diamond Award.
Judge Terence Patrick said: “A Fistful of Conkers was a delightful and inventive movie that possessed a terrific feast of visual ideas and images.”
On Positive Learning in the Classroom the judges said: “We greatly enjoyed this very funny, sharp and original film. It is more than apparent that everyone involved in the production thoroughly enjoyed making this movie.”