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The movie was produced by the children as part of Stockton Council's Write to Read literacy project.
Three other films made by youngsters with the Write to Read project have been awarded certificates at the 2004 Royal Television Society Young Video Awards.
The project is part of Stockton Council's Write to Read scheme providing opportunities for young people across the borough to develop and enjoy reading, writing and communication skills.
"Write to Read aims to help local people improve their creative language skills through enjoyable activities."
Bookworms in Stockton are being given the "Write to Read" in a week-long community literacy project.
Millie Scaife, manager for the Write to Read project, encouraged people to take part.
Janet Watson, development worker with Write to Read, said: "The children have thoroughly enjoyed visiting the various destinations at different times of the year."
is a word and art project organised by the Council's Write to Read project and PLAY for children living in certain areas of Stockton.
The Norton Film Club, who are working with the Write to Read literacy programme aimed at helping local people improve their creative language skills, headed to the Sanity Multimedia recording studios at Castlegate Quay, Stockton, to record the songs they had written.