We're please to announce the 2019 Student Video Competition winners as Rosa and Lily, from City of London School for Girls. 

On Wednesday 4th March, we concluded our 2019 Student Video Competition with an exciting judging panel held at the House of Lords, Westminster. We short-listed four finalists, their videos can be viewed here.

We welcomed students from this year's competition to present their videos to our panel of prestigious judges: Baroness Helene Hayman, PSA Trustee Dr Kate Mattocks, BBC Political Correspondent Helen Catt and Director of Political Research at YouGov Anthony Wells.   

Congratulations to each team that made it this far in the competition:

The theme of this year's competition was 'Our Climate Emergency: The Voice of the Next Generation'. All teams passionately presented their videos sharing their motivations for entering the competition and what inspired their take on the competition theme. Our judges put the studnets through their paces; asking students what changes they've made in their lives, what their top policy for tackling climate change would be, and whether or not Brexit will have an impact on our approach to climate change.

We've certainly found an impressive group of students because they managed the Q&A sessions with ease and composure. All the judges and PSA staff were impressed with the standard of entries this year. It's safe to say that the future is in incredibly capable hands!

Congratulations to our winners Rosa and Lily, from City of London School for Girls. Their video featured interviews with people from a variety of generations and focussed on what individuals could and are doing to reduce the impact of climate change on our society. The judges were particularly impressed with the quality of their footage, with BBC Correspondent Helen Catt amazed at their videography skills - having to double check they had filmed the footage themselves! 

Helen Catt, Dr Kate Mattocks, Rosa Gordon, Lily Drake, Baroness Hayman, Anthony Wells 

Our runners-up were Zaki Hydar, Muhammad Jowardhar and Shaiam Islam from New City College. The judges were particularly impressed by the personal approach of their video. Motivated to enter the competition, inspired by the changes, caused by climate change, that they see around them in their local community of Tower Hamlets.  


Zaki Hydar, Muhammad Sarfaraz Jowardhar, Shaiam Islam. 

Congratualations to our winners and all our entrants. The winning team will recieve their award at our Awards Night in November and will get the opportunity to undetake a work experience placement with, our competition sponsors, YouGov. 

Remember! You can watch all our short-listed entries here.