The Problem Solving Company is the UK's leading provider of Team Building
Activity Days to Primary and Secondary Schools in the UK.
Our Team Building Activities, delivered in schools, are the perfect way to provide
your students with a day of hands-on activities. They allow students to develop
and refine team work and leadership skills whilst using their communication,
initiative, and decision making abilities to solve our exciting range of problem
Expensive transport costs can prevent schools from organising off-site team
building days. The Problem Solving Company removes the stress by organising
on-site days and bringing everything that is needed to your school.
Our fully mobile collection of team challenges caters for both small and large
groups, our largest group exceeding 1000 students.
We have designed many unique activity days for schools, fitting around individual requirements from half-day sessions to multi day activity programmes.
When booking with The Problem Solving Company you will be in safe hands,
with hundreds of satisfied schools telling us that team building days in schools
have never been so much fun and yet so straightforward!
With a choice of different activity days on offer we visit schools for a variety of reasons such as:
Outdoor Education focus days
Year 6/7 transition and new class bonding
Induction from prep school
Team Building Days as a part of challenge weeks
PSHE Cross-Curricular activities
Post GCSEs activity days
Working with students with low self-esteem
Sixth Form inductions
Maths focused activities
Whatever the reason for booking with The Problem Solving Company our large
range of activities and experienced instructors will encourage your students to:
Plan their approach to solving the challenges
Refine their decision making skills
Enter into compromise with their peers
Develop leadership qualities
We have a large range of team building activities suitable for students of all ages. Typically these can be broken down into three types. These are; active challenges; scenario based challenges; large puzzle challenges. All of our activities use large hands on activity equipment.
We have worked with groups of 10 up to 1000 students plus
Due to the hands on nature of our activities, those children with Special Educational Needs will find themselves able to access our activities with great success. Class teachers are often apprehensive about how those pupils will be able to input into the activities but are quickly put at ease when they see how easily they take to the hands on and visual challenges.