Minecraft is a versatile tool that can be used to meet the needs of a wide range of curriculum subjects. In this workshop, your students will be challenged to complete a series of escape-room-style challenges whilst exploring the virtual world of Minecraft.
Focusing on cryptography, code-breaking, ciphers, and pattern analysis, the escape room challenges will encourage students to embrace lateral thinking and an out-of-the-box approach as they work to escape an evil villain's lair.
The workshops can fit into your school timetable, or we can expand them to cover more content.
Your students will be immersed in a mission where they will need to stop a cyber-attack by completing a series of logic gates challenges.
The student will develop their knowledge of cryptography, ciphers, and code-breaking.
Up to 35 students can take part in each session. A member of staff is required to be present during the workshop.
TA Education student workshops are a range of learner-focused practical workshops designed to broaden and enrich the curriculum, reward students, challenge the gifted and talented, or engage difficult groups.
Delivered by qualified educators, workshops can be delivered in your classroom, at a local museum or public location. All technology and equipment are included in the price.
Our team can work with you to plan your enrichment day to align with your desired outcomes, plan a timetable and identify content that will be delivered.