Maths Escape Rooms

Our Maths Escape Rooms were the first Classroom Escapes that we created. They are still the most popular and we create more each year.

Our escape boxes are a great way to take part in collaborative, immersive maths activities. We aim to raise the profile of maths in your Primary School.

The Maths Escape Rooms are setup with between 6 -13 activities depending on the age group. When completed students will access a key that will open the timer box. They can then turn this off to register their time.

We aim to cover a range of maths topics such as ordering, weights, coordinates,  direction, shape, recording data,  visual recognition,  transformations to name a few.

Every activity provides the team with combination code that will open a new compartment.

Our School Escape Rooms have tremendous feedback allowing an engaging, exciting way to meaningfully participate in maths challenges.

The activity is suited to KS2 children and we can work with up to 4 classes in a day. An example timetable can be seen in the sidebar.

Other Maths Workshops on offer are our Maths Problem Solving Day and our Maths Puzzle Days.

In addition to our Maths Workshops you may be looking for a Primary School Team Building Day.

If you are interested in making a booking or want to find out more please do contact us.

PRIMARY SCHOOL ESCAPE ROOMS

 

YEARS 3-6

 

EXAMPLE TIMETABLE

1 form entry - Years 3 - 6

8:00 - 9:00am - Set up in hall
9:00 - 10:15am - session 1
10:45 - 12:00 - session 2
LUNCH TIME
1:00 - 2:00pm - session 3
2:30 - 3:30pm - session 4
This is an example timetable and we can create a schedule that will fit your school day.
A classroom can be used but will need to be the same room all day.

 

NATIONWIDE SERVICE

 

Children loved solving the escape boxes and the pitch and challenge were just right to engage all pupils. Will definitely book again in the future. - Oasis Academy

 

What a wonderful day! All the girls, from year 3 to year 6, loved the challenge and the fun approach to using maths to solve puzzles. Thank you! - Surbiton High