EAK is now Free for Schools!
The Erase All Kittens coding game is now free for all teachers and educators, worldwide.Read more
We’ve partnered with Maker Futures!
We're working with Maker Futures to teach more students real-world coding skills in UK schools.Read more
Teaching girls to code in Lebanon - An Update
We held coding workshops in Lebanon to inspire more girls to learn digital skills - here's what they thought.Read more
Teaching girls to code in Lebanon
We held coding workshops with Codi and CodeBrave, to inspire more girls in Lebanon to learn digital skills.Read more
We've partnered with Tesco!
Erase All Kittens have partnered with Tesco, to teach children across the UK to code and create.Read more
We’re a Tech She Can partner!
We are very excited to announce that Erase All Kittens has partnered with Tech She Can, a group of over 200 organisations working together...Read more
Get free gifts from EAK!
Free gifts, additional exclusive gameplay and supporting lots of awesome creators on the web all at the same time, sounds good? We think so!Read more
The world needs girls who code
“Tech is an incredible force that will change our world in ways we can’t anticipate. If that force is only 20 to 30% women, that is a problem.” — Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTubeRead more
We’ve raised $1 Million in seed funding!
We’re incredibly excited to announce that we recently raised a $1M round led by Twinkl Educational Publishing, with participation from first investor Christian Reyntjens of A Black Square family office and angel investors...Read more
Gaming is for girls: How gaming can empower young women
There’s a huge misconception that girls aren’t into gaming, leading many to have a negative perception of coding and making games...Read more
Smashing gender stereotypes with code education
Closing the gender gap in technology would be beneficial for everyone, and inspiring girls from an early age is essential in achieving this. So how big is this problem...Read more