Hosted by children’s TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London, the ceremony proved to be an evening of pride and celebration.
Alan Dedicoat, voice of Strictly Come Dancing, was on hand to announce the finalists.
Here is a selection of pictures from the night:
Mental health and wellbeing award winners Comics Youth with Dave Benson Phillips and judge Anna Feuchtwang from the National Children's Bureau. Picture: Julian Dodd
Young People's Charity Award winners Getaway Girls. Picture: Julian Dodd
CYP Now editor Derren Hayes makes his opening address. Picture: Julian Dodd
Some of the judges involved in choosing the evening's winners. Picture: Julian Dodd
The evening's entertainment The Sick Year Sixes from Hawthorns Primary School in Wokingham. Picture: Julian Dodd
Sadler's Wells won the Arts and Culture Award. Picture: Julian Dodd
Winner of the Children's Achievement Award Megan Parker. Picture: Julian Dodd
County Durham Youth Offending Service were highly commended for the Youth Volunteering and Social Action Award. Picture: Julian Dodd
The Children's Society won the Advice and Guidance Award for their Rise Project. Picture: Julian Dodd
Redbridge Council celebrate winning the Early Years Award. Picture: Julian Dodd
The team from Cafcass celebrate a double win. Picture: Julian Dodd
Create (Arts) won the Young Carers Award for their project inspired:arts. Picture: Julian Dodd
Finalists danced the night away following the ceremony. Picture: Julian Dodd
Click here for a full list of winners and sponsors.