The Prodigy Program, a ground-breaking enrichment education initiative, has been launched by Code Ninjas, the global leader in teaching youngsters to code. Microsoft MakeCode is the program’s initial partner.

In the area of enrichment education, The Prodigy Program is a first-of-its-kind initiative. The students at Code Ninjas, often known as Ninjas, have a rare chance to peek behind the curtain of the biggest gaming and technology firms in the world. This program offers an in-depth understanding of the actual tech business in addition to providing these Ninjas with strong coding skills.

According to Navin Gurnaney, CEO of Code Ninjas, “our partnership with Microsoft MakeCode underscores our commitment to providing our Ninjas with the best resources and experiences.” We want to motivate and educate our Ninjas about the tech-driven society of the future.

Microsoft MakeCode, the Prodigy Program’s first partner, will introduce participants to a stimulating curriculum encompassing a range of subjects, from game creation to hardware programming. The curriculum makes sure that the Ninjas not only have the technical know-how necessary to succeed, but also receive first-hand knowledge of how a major global tech company operates.

According to Jaqueline Russell, Program Manager of Microsoft MakeCode, “partnering with Code Ninjas on the Prodigy Program perfectly aligns with our mission to empower inspire and enable the next generation of technology creators and innovators.” “We can’t wait to see what these young minds will produce and add to the technological world,”

Three Ninjas will have the opportunity to win a Microsoft Surface Pro 9 as part of this initiative, as well as an exclusive virtual tour of the legendary Microsoft offices, on September 29. Ninjas will have the opportunity to interact online with the Minecraft and MakeCode teams and take part in exclusive interviews with XBOX, Bing, and AI industry experts.

The Prodigy Program is now accepting applications, and the UK’s individual Code Ninjas centers will make the final decisions. Visit to locate and contact your neighborhood center.