King Edward’s Witley has launched a Spy Academy video game alongside an interactive 360° virtual tour. The game is innovative way for children to explore the School and earn their Spy Agent status!
Director of Admissions at King Edward’s Witley, Justin Benson, says:
Choosing the right secondary school is one of the most important decisions that a family makes and we want to make the process as easy as possible for Mums and Dads, and their sons and daughters, to get to know the School. Our interactive 360° virtual tour provides an engaging way for the whole family to get a flavour of life at King Edward’s from home, in advance of them coming to one of our Open Mornings.
Our Spy Academy video game allows children to explore the School interactively, solving the puzzles and completing the tasks to become a Spy Agent. It has even proved a hit amongst the parents who came to our recent Year 7 Open Morning.
By playing the game children (and young at heart adults) can explore King Edward’s, answer quiz questions, solve the mystery of the missing time capsule, and find the missing pets, Aggie the dog and Cucumber and Dandelion the Lower School guinea pigs! Along the way, children collect Spy Badges, to earn their Spy Agent status.
Created by 360marketinglab, the 360° virtual tour and Spy Academy video game can be played on desktop, mobile and tablet. Simply visit the King Edward’s Witley website.
See King Edward’s Witley’s online listing here.