Download and complete the Bletchley Park themed word searches and cryptograms below.
Word Search – Week One
To tie in with the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch, our very first Bletchley Park word search is all about birds. Did you spot any of these?
Word Search – Week Two
The flower and vegetable names hidden in this grid were each used as a Bletchley Park codename for the Enigma ciphers used by a particular group of German air force units. Do you think these are good codenames?
Word Search – Week Three
We’re going round in circles this week trying to find all of these Bletchley Park themed words. Can you find them all?
Word Search – Week Four
This week is extra challenging as the puzzle is in Morse code! Can you decode the clues?
Cryptogram – Week Five
Something a little different this week! Can you solve these Alan Turing and Winston Churchill cryptograms?
Word Search – Week Six
This week we bring you insects – or Bletchley Park codenames for German Luftwaffe Enigma ciphers. Can you find all the creepy crawlies?
Logic Puzzle – Week Seven
To mark International Women’s Day, we have a special logic puzzle for you. Use logic to work out which pastimes the different Codebreakers enjoy, which service they are in, which language skills they have and when they started working at Bletchley Park! Who will you challenge to this puzzle?
Animal Codenames – Week Eight
Bletchley Park attacked numerous Enigma networks, each with their own distinct encryptions. German air force networks were named after colours, insects, plants and animals. Can you find these hidden animal codenames?