School Escape Rooms

If you have taken part in an escape or breakout room, then you will almost certainly know exactly how much fun they are.

The Problem Solving Company have set up School Escape Rooms which has adapted this concept enabling us to offer “Classroom Escapes” in your Secondary school.

Classroom Escapes are an immersive learning experience that unlock:

room-escapesNational Curriculum SubjectsStudent led Activityescape-room
Communication Skillsroom-escapeProblem Solving Activityroom-breakouts
Enquiry Based Learningescape-room-gamesTeam Buildingbreak-out-rooms
Perseveranceexit-roomsWorking Under Pressureescape-rooms
Inference Skillsbreakout-gamesWorking Collaborativelybreakout-room

When all of this is combined, a unique learning experience, with lots of fun, is guaranteed for your Secondary School.

How do Classroom Escapes Work?

We start with how the escape boxes work and the relevant theme will be introduced. Working in small groups the students crack codes, work out riddles, solve puzzles and as a result gain access to the next level.

The groups race against the clock, to reunite with information, to unravel the mystery.

We run our Classroom escapes with up to 30 students in each room. Each session will be tailored to meet the requirements of the group.

School Escape Rooms – Subject Areas

Due to the success of our original escapes we are constantly extending our subject area. For Secondary Schools these now cover Maths,  Science and Team Building themes.

We have a designated website which can be found at www.schoolescaperooms.co.uk

We also offer Secondary School Maths Workshops and Secondary School Team Building Days.

Please do contact us if you require any further information, or if you would like to make a booking.

SCHOOL ESCAPE ROOMS

 

KS3 - KS5

 

TOPICS COVERED
 
Maths
Science
Team Building

 

NATIONWIDE SERVICE

 

A great experience for the students and a fun and different way to learn - Grange Park School

 

The school escape room was excellent. The puzzles are tasks were pitched at an ideal level and for one of our groups an extension task was added to create a further challenge. - Spratton Hall