The last two sessions at Langdon Park have focussed on team work to crack codes and using Fibonacci numbers to create amazing Icosahedron models!  All children involved had to work collaboratively to crack codes using a frequency table to identify which letters in the alphabet appear most frequently in the words we use everyday.  The children discovered the letter ‘E’ appeared most and were able to use this knowledge to crack a variety of codes!

Kayleigh from 6A remarked:

“I really enjoyed the first activity with code breaking.  We had to wrap the paper around a pencil to read what the message was.  I thought it was fun as it took us awhile to work it out!”

Sabiha from 6A mentioned:

“Making the Icosahedron was really challenging but we worked as a team to complete the task.  It looks really cool!”

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