Miss Bacmaga reports: “On 18 April, forty five Year 7 and Year 8 students visited Bletchley Park. It was a really good day where students were able to explore mathematics outside of the classroom environment and learn about the codebreakers who worked there during World War 2.

As part of the workshop, students were decoding messages which helped them find out the name of the World War 2 spy. At the end of the workshop they were able to put in a letter into an antique enigma machine – something not many people get a chance to do.

All the staff were very complimentary of the excellent behaviour and how determined they were on solving the code breaking activities. Our students were able to tackle with ease even the more difficult ones! We are extremely proud of them.”