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Welcome to the 'Around the World' Treasure Hunt.

Our Spot treasure hunts are renowned across the school for being fiendishly difficult. Children come together as teams to tackle them and they can sometimes take weeks to complete. 

Unfortunately, we can't come together at the moment, but feel free to get your family involved.

Teams made up of friends, parents, carers, grandparents, brothers and sisters, aunties and uncles, cousins, neighbours and pet rabbits are all acceptable but, as usual, please don't share your answers with others who are not on your team. 

Are You Ready? Then Let's Begin!

The rules are as follows:

You will need to join forces to complete this hunt!

Read  each clue carefully.

Once you think you've found the answer to a clue, click the box below it.. 

The answer to each clue will be the password to the next. Type it in using only CAPITAL LETTERS.

I'll guide you through the first one below.

If you get stuck - get in touch and a clue will be given to you after 24 hours.

Scroll down to get started.

“I guess you think you know this story,

You don’t. The real one’s much more gory.”

The famous one who wrote this ditty,

Was born in this important city.

So, to work this clue out, first we need to work out who wrote the first two lines.

"I guess you think you know this story,

You don’t. The real one’s much more gory.”

(If you didn't already know, you could copy and paste them into Google.)

These lines were written by Roald Dahl. - It's the opening lines to 'Revolting Rhymes'.

Next you need to find out the city in which Roald Dahl was born. A little research would tell you that he was born in Cardiff. The answer to the first clue is CARDIFF (All upper case, or CAPITAL letters)

So, you click on the box down there and, when it asks you for a password, you type CARDIFF