Maungatapu Primary School took out second place in this year's Air NZ School Safety Video Competition.
Mrs Duggan said the students were "absolutely stoked" to learn their video came second place out of 70 entries nation-wide, winning eight brand new HP NetBooks.
Ten-year-old Jayden Lochhead suggested to his teacher, Mrs Duggan, his school entre the competition.
"My mum found it and showed me it first and she told me to ask my teacher if it was a good idea." said Jayden.
Winners Avalon Intermediate School won flights for their classroom to see the 75th anniversary exhibition in Auckland, as well as a screening of their video at Te Papa where the exhibition is currently on display.
Pupils from rooms 25 and 26 worked on the video for about two weeks establishing how they were going to make it and what message they wanted to say.
The 2 minute 58 second video showed students sitting infront of a green screen in a similar arrangement to a airline and singing a catchy origional song about flight safety advice.
Ethan Brinkman, 10, Darcy Bassett, 11, Maia Hulton-Wells, 10, and Jayden all worked on the production and planning of the video.
Ethan said they worked hard on the video which needed to be cut down at last miniute.
"Our origional one was kind of like a movie and then we changed it to a music video." Ethan said.
95 per cent of the video was created by the kids, the remaining five per cent was tutor help, said Mrs Duggan.
Air New Zealand Head of Global Brand Development Jodi Williams said in a statement the judging panel has been impressed by the number of high-quality entries received.
Te Papa Associate Director Phil Smith also said in the statement the team was impressed with the overall calibre of entries.
"We had so much fun watching these safety videos. Kiwi kids used their imagination to great effect and we were delighted to see so much creative talent on display."
Otumoetai Intermediate School was also an entry in the competition and have been awarded as highly recommended.