Inspiring girls to code, worldwide

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Why this matters

90% of girls give up on coding. And if girls aren’t interested by the age of 11 - it is unlikely that they will ever be interested.

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The difference we make

EAK is the first tool designed to teach children transferable digital skills, and give girls, in particular, the confidence to code.

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Our pledge

We’re on a mission to inspire 20 million girls to code by 2026. If you are leading an initiative to encourage girls in STEM, please reach out to us - we’d love to explore ways to collaborate.

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I have never coded before, but I do like playing fun games - this is why I loved playing Erase All Kittens. I really like the characters, especially rescuing all the different kittens!

I think Erase All Kittens is a really really good game. It is interesting, it has a fun story and it makes me want to learn to code in a way which I did not know how to do before.

Amara and Isabella, Students

For girls page mom and daughter

Erase All Kittens is brilliant. It's a great game that keeps my daughter entertained and at the same time she is learning how to code which is an essential skill to have in our digital world.

Sheila Nazir, Parent

For girls page girls in classroom

We have asked Erase All Kittens to become an Education Development Partner, as we think their attitude and ability to listen and develop a stunning learning product is unique.

Liz Hankin, Education Consultant

Loved by girls, worldwide

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I never did coding before and didn't know what it was, but now I know it's fun. I wish there were more levels. I'm sure girls would like it if they knew how fun it was.

Nao Wigdortz (age 8)

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Found out my six year old taught her class E.A.K. - coding in HTML. Amazing influence.

@ Julie Smithson

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Finally! Someone made a learn to code game that captivates my 10 year old daughter. Well done Erase All Kittens!