A primary school in Hungary is building its own set of escape rooms as part of a new, interactive way of testing students’ knowledge.
The Szlovák Primary School in Szarvas will transform two unused rooms in the school’s attic. Students will have to complete a series of challenges using logic, teamwork, and knowledge learnt in class in order to “escape” the room.
The school has received a $289,000 (72 million Hungarian Forints) from the government to create the new facilities, which will also be used by three other local schools.
Source: Daily News Hungary