Mission Possible


WiseUp have a mission to complete and we need your students help to do it! Working together in teams to attempt a variety of challenges, learners co-ordination, communication and co-operation will be tested and enhanced. Whilst some of the activities target physical strength, others are more aimed at mental ability, but all will need teamwork to be completed. Over the course of the day, students work towards solving a top secret mission by gaining clues for every activity they complete. They must try and gather as many as possible and avoid letting key information slip to potential spies. Are your students up for the challenge?

How will the day run?

Our team of WiseUp instructors will arrive at your site, bringing with them all of the equipment needed, and set up the activities for the day. Students then attend a short Mission briefing, where the Lead Instructor will inform them of the crime that has been committed and what they need to do to solve it. School staff have a briefing of their own before taking their group of 10-12 students to their first activity. Upon completion, the whole team returns to the Mission Possible HQ to receive their clue and next task. Bonus clues are available based on areas that your school feels the students need to particularly focus on, such as being kind to one another or celebrating others success. This can be discussed with the Lead Instructor on the day and tailored to individual school values.

At the end of the day, teams will find out if, as a combined group, they were able to figure out the final suspect, location and means of destruction to solve their Mission.

Why WiseUp

Our activities management team have specifically designed Mission Possible to suit primary students, ensuring that the activities are challenging yet manageable for the younger years. Tying into the national curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, basic numeracy and literacy skills are used throughout the day, as well as agility element including throwing, catching, jumping, running and balancing. The event also encourages active reflection from students, allowing them the chance to demonstrate improvement from one task to the next, individually and as a team.

WiseUp instructors work with hundreds of schools nationwide every year, bringing a range of specialist skills and enthusiastic energy alongside all the equipment needed to run an exciting and fun teambuilding day. The streamlined booking process makes it simple and straightforward to secure your chosen date. Our management team works closely with the Lead Teacher to ensure the smooth organisation and running of the day, providing and confirming information in advance through our comprehensive Members Area.


Currently comprising of over 30 different activities, Mission Possible is capable of keeping students engaged for a whole day. The flexible structure of the event means it can fit into the regular running of your school timetable, with no need to adjust break and lunch times.


Half day sessions last up to 3 hours so are great to fill a shorter time slot. We can run half days as either a morning session between 9am – 12.00pm or an afternoon session from 12.30pm – 3.30pm.


For some younger students, a full day of activities can be quite tiring. Split days allow half of the teams to participate in the challenges in the morning, and the other half in the afternoon. With our instructors working with a smaller number of students at a time, the cost of staffing the event is greatly reduced, which works well for those with a bit of a tighter budget.


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