BAFTA Young Game Designers

BAFTA Young Game Designers

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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image, by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefitting the public. BAFTA is the UK’s foremost independent charity working with the best creative minds in the film, television and games industries, making their expertise available to the public. Whilst to the public the awards are BAFTA’s most high profile activity, the Learning & Events programme is really at the heart of its charitable remit. Open to all, BAFTA hosts over 250 events throughout the year across the country and caters for the broader public as well as those interested in working in the industries we represent.

BAFTA Young Game Designers (YGD) offers 10 to 18 year olds and their teachers and mentors unique access to the games industry and its top professionals via competitions, online teaching tools and social networks. They are given the chance to learn about digital technology and the importance of STEM subjects.

Organisation size 50-250
Age group 8-10, 11-14
Legal status Not for profit
Number of paid staff 50-250
Number of volunteers <50
Regions covered
London, Scotland, Wales
Technologies used Animation/Games, Creative Industries, Programming/Coding
Services offered Online resource, Physical kit
Frequency Directly after school, During school hours
Looking for Funding, Partnerships


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