Wolfblood actor Bobby Lockwood, who plays Rhydian in the hit show, picked up the best performer award at the children's Baftas last night.
BBC Children's won nine awards in total including Channel of the Year for CBeebies.
Horrible Histories became the first programme to pick up four awards in a row, winning best comedy yet again.
Sam and Mark shared their first Bafta for best presenters, for CBBC's Sam & Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up.
The British Academy Children's Awards are given to the top children's TV shows, films, games and personalities and were hosted by former Newsround presenter Jake Humphrey.
Best drama went to The Dumping Ground, Operation Ouch! took home the best factual award and Help! My Supply Teacher is Still Magic won best entertainment.
Ang Lee's Oscar-winning Life of Pi won the best feature film, beating Paranorman and Wreck-It Ralph.
The Bafta kids' votes were also announced: Despicable Me 2 won best feature film along with the Disney Channel's Jessie as best TV show, Bin Weevils as best website and Despicable Me: Minion Rush as best game.
Biddy Baxter was given the big honour of the night, the Special Award - she was in charge of Blue Peter for over 20 years.
Here's the full list of winners:
Room on the Broom
CHANNEL OF THE YEAR
Help! My Supply Teacher Is Still Magic
The Dumping Ground
Life of Pi
INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION COMPANY
LEARNING - PRIMARY
Children of World War II
LEARNING - SECONDARY
Just a Few Drinks
Kinect Sesame Street TV
Bobby Lockwood (Rhydian Morris) - Wolfblood
PRE-SCHOOL LIVE ACTION
CBeebies Ugly Duckling
Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes - Sam and Mark's Big Friday Wind-up
Share a Story
Writing Team - The Amazing World of Gumball
BAFTA KIDS' VOTE - TELEVISION
Jessie - Disney Channel
BAFTA KIDS' VOTE - VIDEO GAME
Despicable Me: Minion Rush
BAFTA KIDS' VOTE - FEATURE FILM
Despicable Me 2
BAFTA KIDS' VOTE - WEBSITES
SPECIAL AWARD 2013