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We have 2 great Cyber events coming up at the Science and Media Museum and we think that some of the young people and families you work with would enjoy them.

We’d love for you to shout about them on your socials or share them with your networks - and with anyone you think might be interested in attending.

Information about the two events is below. Below is a digital flyer with information which can be easily distributed via email or social media. I have also attached a poster design. The links to the web pages for the events are below.

  • Cyber Security Skills Fair Thursday 26th May - free tickets bookable here or can just turn up at the Museum

    Could you have what it takes to work in cyber security?  The answer is yes! You already have a lot of the skills used in cyber security jobs. 
    Learn about the many skills used in different roles and discover your own transferable skills at this after-school evening of activities, games and challenges. Meet real people working in cyber security in the Bradford area and beyond and ask them anything you like in a Q&A panel session. Plus, explore our Top Secret

Aimed at 11-14 year olds - there will be something for everyone so that you can bring the whole family along and explore together if you have children of different ages.


Explore the history of codebreaking and GCHQ at our Top Secret family day.

Join us for GCHQ-themed workshops and drop-in activities, create your own codes to pass on secret messages and discover the fascinating world of secret communications in Top Secret: From Ciphers to Cyber Security.
Work with experts in our 30-minute family-friendly workshop. Create your own cipher and discover what GCHQ is all about.

To attend the workshop, please book a free ticket in advance. Drop-in activities are included with your free museum admission ticket.


For any questions about the Cyber Security Skills Fair on Thursday 26th, please contact Jess Shaw -
Any questions about the Family Day on Saturday 28th, please contact Katie Turner -


Published: 18/05/2022
Audience: Schools, Families, ICT
Contact: Dale Hunter

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