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Spy Day



On 18th October Years 5 and 6 got dressed up as secret agents, spies and undercover researchers to take part in Spy Day as part of their history and computing curriculum.  

In WW1 Girl Guides worked as spies!   
Breaking and writing code



The children also researched the work that spies did in World War 1.  


 

Binary Code

The children also learnt how computers use binary to process information and they learnt how to use binary.





Cryptography

Spies in World War 1 used cryptography - making and breaking codes - so Years 5 and 6 worked on cracking codes.  



They also looked at how computers use encryption and decryption to keep information secret.