Also a winner is Adventure Time, which is a cult favourite among adults, too.

Warner Bros' The Lego Movie won the kids' feature film prize at the BAFTA Children's Awards over the weekend, fighting off competition from Maleficent, How To Train Your Dragon 2 and Frozen.

Cartoon Network won the kids' channel of the year prize, while its show Adventure Time took the award for international programme. Kindle Entertainment was named independent production company of the year, and was part of the team behind online mystery-drama Dixi, which nabbed the BAFTA for original interactive show. Disney Animated won for adapted interactive show.

The videogames category was won by Nintendo's racing title Mario Kart 8. Katie Morag, which is produced by Move On Up, won the BAFTA for drama, and the show's nine year-old lead Cherry Campbell took home the performer prize.

The genius that is Adventure Time (With Finn And Jake).

Debbie Moon won the writer's prize for Wolfblood. Love Productions' Junior Bake Off excelled in the entertainment category. Maverick Television's Operation Ouch! picked up the BAFTA for factual. Aardman Animations' Shaun The Sheep received the BAFTA award for animation.

Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood, better known as double-act Dick & Dom, triumphed in the presenter category for Absolute Genius With Dick & Dom, while another of their shows, Diddy Movies, picked up the BAFTA in the comedy category.

The short form category was won for the third year in a row by CITV's Share A Story. Peter Firmin received the Special Award for his outstanding contribution to children's media. The results of the BAFTA kids' vote were also announced at the ceremony. More than 200,000 votes were cast by seven to 14-year-olds kids.

Here is a partial list of winners:

Best Feature Film In 2014 – The Lego Movie

Best International (Programme) In 2014 – Adventure Time

Best Entertainment In 2014 – Junior Bake-Off

Best Animation In 2014 – Shaun The Sheep

Best Comedy In 2014 – Diddy Movies 2

Best Drama In 2014 – Katie Morag

Best Performer In 2014 – Cherry Campbell (Katie Morag)

BAFTA Kids’ Vote: Best Film In 2014 – Frozen

BAFTA Kids’ Vote: Best Game In 2014 – Minecraft

BAFTA Kids’ Vote: Best Television In 2014 – Jessie