The Blue Peter presenter returned to host the ceremony for the second year running.
Lucy Goodman & Bookaboo
The producer and puppet star of the children’s TV show that won the BAFTA for Pre-School Live Action at the Children's Awards.
Harley Bird (aka Peppa Pig)
Harley is the voice of Peppa Pig. She won the BAFTA for Performer at the Children's Awards.
The Nickelodeon presenter is also known for her work on Milkshake!, the Disney Channel and GMTV's Toonattik.
Having previously starred in Channel 4’s Totally Frank, Dowling now presents Wake Up World on Nick Jr.
The actor, comedian and broadcaster has appeared in Little Britain, Come Fly With Me, Holby City and currently plays the Governor in CBBC's The Slammer.
The House Of Anubis cast
The stars of Nickelodeon's teen mystery show, which was nominated in the Drama category at the BAFTA Children's Awards.
Biddy Baxter MBE
The former editor and producer of Blue Peter also introduced the show’s essential item: the Blue Peter badge.
Justin Fletcher (aka Mr Tumble)
Fletcher was nominated for presenting Something Special, for which he won previously in 2008 and 2010.
Newcomer Hiscock stars in CBBC’s Combat Kids, nominated in the Drama category.
Friday Download presenters
Aidan Davis, Richard Wisker, Georgia Lock, Ceallach Spellman and Tyger Drew-Honey.
John Barnes MBE
Barnes is a football manager and former England player.
BAFTA Young Game Designers: Nose Dive Studios
The team from Nose Dive Studios, nominated for Rollin' Scotch, with BYGD ambassador Tyger Drew-Honey.
BAFTA Young Game Designers: Chamelion Arch
The Chamelion Arch team, nominated for Gah-Den Quest, with BYGD ambassador Tyger Drew-Honey.
BAFTA Young Game Designers: Defying Gravity
The Defying Gravity team, nominated for Skislands, with BYGD ambassador Tyger Drew-Honey.
BAFTA Young Game Designers 2011
From Left-Right; Tyger Drew-Honey (BAFTA YGD Ambassador), Laurie Griffiths, Fred Gosling and Molly Proud of Team Chamelion Arch, Joe Hanaphy, Rachel Langford and Matthew Langford of Team Defying Gravity and Nathaniel Weisberg, Noah Shepherd and Louis Scantlebury of Team Nose Dive Studios.
Sam Claflin & Laura Haddock
Recently seen in Channel 4's Any Human Heart, Claflin stars in the upcoming Snow White and the Huntsmen. Haddock's credits include My Family, How Not To Live Your Life and The Inbetweeners Movie.
Oliver Chris & Jemima Rooper
Chris (The Office, Green Wing) and Rooper (The Famous Five, Lost in Austen) are both currently starring in One Man, Two Guvnors in the West End.
One third of the hugely successful pop group Sugababes.
The Brit actor has starred in Willow and the Harry Potter series, as well as Return of the Jedi. He's currently the lead role in BBC comedy Life's Too Short.
The comedian and E4's Big Brother's Big Mouth presenter made his acting debut this year in Channel 4 comedy Fresh Meat.
CBBC presenter Katy Ashworth arrives on the red carpet at the British Academy Children's Awards.
The former Spandau Ballet bassist and EastEnders actor starred in Brit crime thriller Jack Falls this year, the third in the Jack Says Trilogy.
John Craven OBE
The Countryfile presenter fronted John Craven's Newsround for 17 years. The children's news show received the Special Award.
The journalist and political editor for the BBC used to be a producer on children's show Newsround, which received the Special Award.
Son of successful entrepreneur Richard, Sam set up TV production company Current Sponge in 2009 to make "challenging, entertaining and informative films and programs."
The actor and singer/songwriter appeared in Coronation Street and All The Small Things before moving into musical theatre, including Legally Blonde and Ghost: The Musical.
The Scottish actress, impressionist and author recently played Barbara Windsor in The Comic Strip's The Hunt For Tony Blair.
Shah presents British Olympic Dreams on the BBC having just finished a five year stint presenting Newsround, which received a BAFTA Special Award.
Dick and Dom
The BAFTA-winning kids presenters can currently be seen on medieval game show Splatalot!
TV presenter Hamilton was the face of Nickelodeon in 2006. She currently co-presents A Place in the Sun and finished second in this year's Dancing on Ice.
The Footballers Wives actress presented the Pre-School Live Action award.
Skelton was nominated in the Presenter category for Blue Peter: Comic Relief Girl on Wire in which she walked a 150 metre tightrope between chimneys at Battersea Power Station.
The children's author behind the Alex Rider series is currently working on the screenplay for Steven Spileberg's Tintin sequel.
The Outnumbered star was nominated in the Performer category for Just William.
Majeks was nominated in the Presenter category for Five’s Milkshake!