Our mission is to prepare kids for whatever the future might throw at them: fake news, identity theft, mass surveillance, and really annoying siblings
We use the power of stories to promote computer science, critical thinking, creativity and acting with empathy.
Our role models are diverse, our adventures are mapped against the Computing Curriculum, and our farts are potent. Our motto: Think for Yourself, Question Everything.
We’re a tiny company, with amazing handlers: we’re backed by Warner Media and Walker Books, and our products have been voted Top Coding Toy in 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017.
By 2050, half of the jobs we know today will be replaced by robots and machines. We’ll need a superstar generation of tech whizz kids to build, maintain and automate these new systems. These will be the jobs of the future - and the best paid too. To 2050 and beyond!
We want children to see themselves represented in our stories. After all, you can’t be what you can’t see. That’s why our characters represent children from a range of ethnicities, backgrounds and life experiences. Our first hero, Agent Asha, is a young British Indian girl using her STEM ingenuity to defeat evil tech giants
Our products have been voted Top Coding Toy for 2017, 2018 and 2019 by our mums and a few national newspapers. Not only that, but we’re very proud to work with amazing partners like Walker Books and Warner Media. And this is just the beginning. Mwahaha.
We help kids to understand the technology around them, and then we encourage them to question how to use it…. and then we encourage them to question the system…. and ultimately we’re on a mission to get all homework banned, OK.
Small but mighty! We are artists, techies, gamers, one ex-comedian - and we’re good at making complex ideas simple. Our approach focuses on storytelling, because like kids, we are drawn to tales of friendship, danger and overcoming obstacles. But we don’t like homework or anything that looks like homework. So we sneak the learning in.
If you love fart jokes, computer science and kids, then please get in touch. If you’re not sure if you’ve got the right experience, take a chance on us. We value merit, initiative and values over qualifications. We love mums, dads, carers and other people who want flexible working arrangements. We like using sentences that begin with ‘we’ and ‘if’.