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Top Secret: Licence to Spy

Can your class solve the crime?

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The world’s most powerful computer chip has been stolen from the Brainiac Corporation. The chip contains highly classified information that could cause an international cybersecurity disaster. 

Under the guidance of a Scitech science presenter, students will work together to gather evidence, analyse data, and form conclusions on who the culprit is.  


Duration: 60 minutes

Years: 3–10

Location: Feature exhibition gallery

Terms: 1– 3, 2022 

Curriculum links:

Year 3 & 4

Science as a Human Endeavor

  • Nature and development of science – Science involves making predictions and describing patterns and relationships
  • Use and influence of science Science knowledge helps people to understand the effect of their actions

Science inquiry skills

  • Questioning and predicting – With guidance, identify questions in familiar contexts that can be investigated scientifically and make predictions based on prior knowledge
  • Processing and analysing data and information – Compare results with predictions, suggesting possible reasons for findings
  • Communicating – Represent and communicate observations, ideas and findings using formal and informal representations

Year 5 & 6

Science as a Human Endeavour

  • Nature and development of science – Science involves testing predictions by gathering data and using evidence to develop explanations of events and phenomena and reflects historical and cultural contributions
  • Use and influence of science – Scientific knowledge is used to solve problems and inform personal and community decisions

Science inquiry skills

  • Processing and analysing data and information – Compare data with predictions and use as evidence in developing explanations
  • Evaluating – Reflect on and suggest improvements to scientific investigations
  • Communicating – Communicate ideas, explanations and processes using scientific representations in a variety of ways, including multi-modal texts


Our education programs have been designed to engage students and support teachers in the delivery of the Western Australian Curriculum.  

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