YOUNGSTERS gathered over half-term at the Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge to mark the opening of children’s coding studio, Code Ninjas.

Co-founder Haroon Latif said: “We want our Ninjas – the name we give to our students – to develop a passion for technology through our fun and collaborative curriculum.

“We aim to teach children aged 5-14 to think and solve STEM problems using coding, engineering and robotics.

"Learning about computers at such a young age is essential because it helps build the vital foundations for future success.

“But, most importantly, it also provides children with a safe, welcoming and exciting atmosphere to explore something they love.”

Parents of budding coders saw first-hand how it helps develop logical thinking, problem-solving and confidence in children.

To find out more, visit