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Johnny English Strikes Again resource

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Medium (5-11 activities)

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Taking inspiration from the heroic and hilarious return of British Intelligence's smoothest operative, our resource, Johnny English Strikes Again: Secret Agents will inspire students aged 8-12 to engage with STEM subjects and issues surrounding online safety.

Over two lessons, students will engage with STEM subjects, as well as computing and PSHE, to develop their own spycraft skills and learn how to protect their identity online. The resource includes creative tasks, where students can learn to generate their own secret cipher, plus leaflets, research-focused homework activities and a creative competition. Win a VR experience for your school and Johnny English Strikes Again goodies for the winning entrant.

Johnny English Strikes Again is in cinemas October 5.

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  • Design and Technology
  • Product Design
  • English
  • Information Computing Technology
  • Science
  • Chemistry

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