Do you have a specific question about our VR workshops? Then you’re in the right place!
If you still can’t find an answer to your question, please submit an enquiry or drop our team an email at email@example.com
There has been no evidence to suggest that VR is dangerous for children but to ensure that our workshops are as safe as possible, we implement the following procedures:
Yes. You can access our booking terms and conditions here. In order to confirm your booking, you will be asked to read and agree to these terms and conditions.
Yes, if enough notice is provided. Please read our terms and conditions here to find out more information regarding our cancellation policy.
Travel expenses will be calculated and confirmed at the time of booking based on the closest available team member to your school. Mileage expenses will be calculated from a team member’s home address to your school’s postcode.
The first 20 miles of a journey will be included in your booking fee. Outside of this, each mile will be charged at £0.45p + VAT.
Based on Google Maps, if a team member is required to travel over 2 hours to your school, a hotel will be required. The cost of a local Premier Inn, Travelodge, Holiday Inn or something similar will be added onto the cost of travel expenses. For all overnight stays, an additional fee of £20 + VAT will be included to cover the cost of food expenses.
If you have any questions regarding how we calculate travel expenses, please don’t hesitate to ask.
A classroom, spare room or hall will be needed for the duration of the day. Enough tables and chairs for each group will also be required.
If one space is not possible for the whole day, we ask that one space is made available for the morning and one space for the afternoon.
Moving between classrooms to deliver workshops is unfortunately not possible due to the time required to set up the headsets and clean them in between use.
If you have any specific questions about the space we require for the day, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
We can work with up to 32 pupils at a time. We bring in 16 VR headsets and we usually recommend pupils sharing one between two.
If you would prefer pupils to have one headset each during a workshop, classes will need to be split into two groups in order to accommodate for this.
A typical day will follow a timetable similar to this:
9:15am – 10am: Arrival and setup
10am – 10.45am: Workshop 1
11am – 11.45am: Workshop 2
11.45am – 1.15pm: Charging
1.15pm – 2pm: Workshop 3
2.15pm – 3pm: Workshop 4
If you have any specific questions regarding timings, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Yes, if possible. Our team members require one standard parking space.
If you don’t have a car park at your school, please can you advise at the time of booking where parking is available. Any parking expenses incurred during the booking will be added to the overall travel expenses and will be accounted for in the invoice.
Virtual reality headsets can make a small percentage of pupils feel dizzy. To minimise this, we recommend pupils sharing one headset between two to allow for frequent breaks.
For any pupils who feel dizzy we can provide an iPad for them to see the content in 2D.
Our VR headsets are cleaned using Clinell Universal Wipes, which are proven to be effective against COVID-19 in 30 seconds. These wipes are used by the NHS and their efficacy report can be found here.
We can also provide disposable face masks as an added precaution. Please inform a member of our team at the time of booking if you would like one of these for each of your pupils.