Posted on 20th October 2014
On Friday 17th October, 27 Year 10 Computer Science students and 13 Year 12 Mathematicians visited the National Museum of Computing and Bletchley Park. It was once again a very enjoyable and informative experience for all. Highlights included the Colossus and Tunny Galleries and the Enigma machine.
The National Museum of Computing is based on the site of Bletchley Park and is operated by volunteers. We are grateful to all the staff that made our visit possible and I encourage anyone who is thinking of a visit to take the time to see the good work that has been done here.
I would also like to thank those that gave up some of their spare time to assist on the trip – Mr M Robinson, Mrs E Marris, Mrs J Sedman and Mr C Randle.