The three winners of the Chief Minister’s Territory Day schools video competition have been announced, with judges having to choose from an incredible 47 entries.
Students from all Territory schools were asked to make a film clip saying why they love their place in the Territory, set to the song Family, by West Arnhem Land’s Black Rock Band.
Three schools — one from the North, South and Remote areas — went in the running to win a $5000 multimedia suite, with personalised training on how to use it, with the winners revealed today on the territoryday.nt.gov.au website.
The winners for this year’s Territory Day video competition are:
- From Remote — Urapunga Primary.
- From the South — Gillen Primary.
- From the North — Stuart Park Primary.
The three schools have now won the ultimate portable multimedia studio pack, including an iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Magic Keyboard, Yeti USB microphone, GoPro8 4K Action Cam, mounts and accessories and case to help them continue to display their Territory pride.
As noted by Chief Minister Michael Gunner:
“The first ever Territory Day schools video competition has been outstanding – with kids from all across the Territory participating in creating a video on why they love their special place in the NT.
“It’s a tough time, but we’ve got a lot to be proud of in the Territory.
“Our roadmap to the new normal includes finding new ways to celebrate how brilliant and beautiful the Territory is.”