A simple, well known team game best played with a small group of three students and one mentor.
Everyone writes down the names of a number of famous people on separate bits of paper- remember to keep the names secret. They can be alive or dead or even fictional. Fold up all the bits of paper and put them in a bowl or cup. Split into two teams of two. Each person then has to pick out a bit of paper and describe the person by giving clues to their team-mate, without mentioning the famous person’s name. Each person gets a minute to describe as many names as they can to their partner, who has to guess the answers. Any names that can’t be guessed get put back in the bowl. (If you can write lots of names each person should get a few turns each). The winning team are the ones that guess the most names correctly.