School Escape Rooms has bridged the gap between traditional Escape Rooms or Breakout Rooms, that can be visited around the country, and bringing an engaging Breakout / Escape themed Team Building activity to schools. This has also allowed us to create age appropriate challenges and allows a class of children to take part at any one time.
This has all been made possible by developing our bespoke Escape Boxes. Combining these boxes with codes, riddles and puzzles, created by industry experts has provided a great way to take part in collaborative, immersive problem solving activities. These session whilst being great team building activities can cover a range of themes and topics.
How it works
The Escape box’s are setup with between 6 -13 activities depending on the age group that the escape is for. When completed pupils will access a key that will open the timer box. They can then turn this off to register their time.
Every activity provides the team with a 3 – 5 digit code or letter code that will open a relevant padlock.
We aim to run our School Escape Days in the school hall. If this is not possible we can use a classroom although this must be the same classroom for the duration of our stay.
Our School Escapes are suitable for KS2 children at Primary School and we can generally accommodate 4 classes in a day. There is an example timetable in the sidebar of this page.
We think that our Escape boxes are a . Alongside a unique team building experience School Escape activities following National Curriculum subject areas for Primary Schools in:
Maths – 4 versions
History – Ancient Egyptians, WW2, Anglo Saxons,
Science – 4 versions
Team Building – The Heist
If you are interested in School Escape Rooms then please do contact us
We also have a designated website which can be found at www.schoolescaperooms.co.uk
We know that all schools different requirements for the whole school and also each year group. Our range of activity days helps these requirements to be met. As well as our School Escape Rooms we offer the following team Building days for Primary Schools: Instructor Led Days; Orienteering ; Adventure Squad and Shipwrecked – Island Escape.
Maybe you would prefer a Maths focused workshop.
Hawthorn Class had an amazing day cracking challenging codes and working together as a team. They all showed great resilience and determination, making sure they completed the puzzles. #futuredetectives Thank you @problemsolveit for making this day so memorable. pic.twitter.com/AFnCBtcmY5— StLawrenceCEPrimary (@StLawrenceCEPr1) December 3, 2019