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Welcome to the UK Schools Computer Animation Competition 2010

Animation10 Awards Festival

After an eventful day of festivities hosted at the Museum Of Science and Industry in Manchester (MOSI) last year, Animation10 Awards Festival proved to be yet another successful day packed with activities at The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester, on Friday 9 July 2010.

This was a free event, all prize-winners their teachers, family and friends were invited. The event was open, to all schools, subject to space. read more...

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Last year's competition – Animation09

The response to Animation09 exceeded all our expectations, with almost 800 entries from more than 200 schools all across the UK. That's 4 times the response to the 2008 competition! Join us this year to make it even bigger!

Over 300 schoolchildren, teachers and families attended the memorable Animation09 Animation Festival and Awards Ceremony held at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry, on Friday 26 June 2009. List of Animation09 winners.

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Get ready for next year!

  • Animation11 Launch Monday 20 September 2010!
  • Deadline for entries: Friday 1 April 2011.

Animation11 website will be launced in the near future!

Your views matter to us!

If you are a TEACHER who registered for Animation10 and/or attended the Lowry Day on 9 July, we'd be very grateful if you could complete this questionnaire, if you have not yet done so.

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go to the Animation10 winners page!

What the Festival attendees said...

"Thank you for all the effort it must have taken to make Animation10 at The Lowry such a memorable day."

"It was a great event! Really well organised and a superb room at the Lowry."


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