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This week, in honour of the 75th anniversary of VE day and thinking about ways that maths helped to bring an end to the Second World War, we will be acting as mathematical code breakers!
In addition, I would like to celebrate the phenomenal achievements of Alan Turing and The Bletchley Park group. You might like to find out more about this by visiting: https://bletchleypark.org.uk/our-story to see where it all began. Or try some of the code breaking resources on the website at https://bletchleypark.org.uk/learn/resources/ve-day-learning-resources an example of which is at the end of the blog.
So, onto the challenges this week.
Enjoyed that? Want a bit more of a challenge?
Come on you can do it!
Want to stretch your code breaking abilities?
Step up the next Alan Turing! Good luck – this will take real perseverance and tenacity. Why not try this with family, grandparents, friends and relatives. OPEN TO ALL.
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One of the puzzles on the Bletchley Park Website: