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Computer Art & Animation

Learning about computer art and animation is a fun way to discover digital art, animation and virtual reality. Students learn key concepts such as composition, color theory and animation principles, and will have hands-on activities and projects to apply their new skills.

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Computer Art & Animation Pathway

As students progress through the pathway, they receive a foundational introduction to Computer Art & Animation and continue to build upon their skills through a combination of lessons and hands-on projects.

Develop Life Skills

Learning about Computer Art & Animation can help students develop a variety of life skills, including:


Requires breaking down complex problems into smaller, manageable tasks, and then finding solutions to those tasks.


Allows students to express their creativity by building their own programs, games, art and other digital projects.


Often done in teams, and students learn how to work effectively with others and communicate their ideas effectively.

Digital literacy

Can help students develop their understanding of technology and how it works, which can be useful in many areas of life.

Entrepreneurial skills

Can be used to develop and design websites, mobile applications, software and robots. This can be used to start a business venture or to create a startup.

Technical literacy

Can help students develop their understanding of technology and how it works, which can be useful in many areas of life.

Attention to detail

Requires a high level of attention to detail, as even small errors can have a big impact on the final product.

Aesthetics and design skills

Helps students develop an understanding of composition, color theory and design principles which can be useful in many fields.


Students learn to express ideas effectively, collaborate, and provide feedback to achieve successful outcomes.

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We also include video interviews with leading Computer Art & Animation professionals and experts, providing students with valuable insights and advice on the world of Computer Art & Animation, as well as a glimpse into the diverse career opportunities available in this field.

Explore Future Career Paths

Learning about Computer Art & Animation can put students on track for a rewarding career


They create the moving pictures you see in movies, TV shows, and video games.

Concept Artist

They draw pictures to help others understand what a movie, TV show, or video game will look like before it is made.

3D Modeler

They create 3D objects and characters on the computer, like the toys you might play with or the characters in a video game.

Texture Artist

They add color, patterns, and other details to 3D models, making them look like they're made of different materials like metal, stone, or fabric.

Rigging Artist

They create a digital "skeleton" for a 3D character, so that the animator can make it move and express emotions.

Visual Effects Artist

They create special effects for movies, TV shows, and video games, like explosions, fire, and other cool simulations.

Motion Graphics Designer

They create animations and special effects for TV commercials, movies, and other videos.

Game Artist

They create the characters, environments, and other visual elements for video games.

UI/UX Designer

They design the way you interact with apps and websites, making them easy and fun to use.

Digital Illustrator

They create pictures using computer programs, like the illustrations you might see in a comic book or a children's book.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our online coding learning platform for schools provides a comprehensive and engaging curriculum that teaches students the fundamentals of coding and computer science. Our platform features interactive lessons, real-world projects, and personalized support to help students develop essential skills for the 21st century. By using our platform, schools can enhance their curriculum, prepare students for future careers, and promote digital literacy.

Our courses are tailored to the unique needs and abilities of students in different age groups. We offer curriculum for four age ranges: 7-9 years old, 10-12 years old, 13-15 years old, and 16-18 years old. This allows us to provide age-appropriate content and instruction that best supports students' learning and development.

No prior coding experience is required to use our platform. Our curriculum is designed to be accessible and engaging for beginners and advanced learners alike.

Our platform is web-based and can be accessed on any device with an internet connection. Teachers can create student accounts, assign lessons and projects, and monitor progress and performance. Students can complete lessons and projects at their own pace and receive feedback and support from their teacher or our online community of coding educators.

A pathway is a series of courses in a field of education (e.g. robotics) that introduce students to the field and then progressively educates them in that field.

Pathways are intended to give students the necessary skills to continue into 3rd level education and the jobs marketplace.

Our platform is web-based and can be accessed on any device with an internet connection. We recommend using a modern web browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari, for the best experience. No additional software or hardware is required to use our platform.

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