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Bletchley Park - home of the code breakers

 

Bletchley Park played a major role in WW2, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the war. The intelligence service at Bletchley Park worked tirelessly to try and crack the German's secret code: Enigma. Doing this gave Britain and the Allies an advantage as they could now understand where the German's were next going to move to. Those working the Hut 6 night shift were amongst the first to learn of Germany's surrender.

 

Can you use your problem solving skills to crack a code?

Discovery Education

 

Below, you will find some links. These links will take you to various activities. When you click the link, it will open up a document (PDF). Each PDF have instructions that tell you what you will need to do throughout the task on the right hand side.

 

On the left hand side, you will see an option to load the lesson. Click this. Once you have clicked it, it will ask you for your username and password (in your orange packs). From here, you will be able to complete the activities.

 

  • The Cathedral School of St Peter and St John R.C. Primary
  • Mount Street, Salford, M3 6LU (Sat Nav M3 6AY)
  • Email : stpeter&stjohn@salford.gov.uk
  • Telephone : 0161 834 4150
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