Unscrambling a secret message
This activity uses a a substitution cipher, and students can go on to create their own hidden messages. Substitution ciphers are an example of encryption, which is used when data needs to be sent securely.
|Year band(s)||7-8, 9-10|
|Content type||Family activities|
|Core and overarching concepts||Digital systems|
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