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Library’s Escape Room

On Friday 8 March, there was an Alice in Wonderland themed Escape Room held in the Library, to celebrate World Book Day. Multiple teams of four competed for the quickest time to escape.

With a ticking clock, teams had to solve puzzles and find clues in the four stations set up in the Library. These included a wordsearch, clues on teacups at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, matching pictures of characters from the book to their descriptions and solving a puzzle with giant Alice in Wonderland playing cards.

With the final piece of code in hand, the safe could be cracked and escape from the rabbit hole was guaranteed, along with a sweet treat discovered in the teapot. All the teams managed to escape from the rabbit hole. The team with the fastest time solved the puzzles in 2 minutes and 57 seconds – Pippa W, Shero H, Jolin Y and Nikita W, all from Year 7.

Everyone tried their best and overall it was a huge success. Thanks to Mrs Green, Wardrobe and Costume Lead in the Drama Department, for arranging the loan of the fantastic props.

Article written by Pippa W and Shero H, Year 7, and the Library Team

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