Region: South West

Disabled Facilities: Yes

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: Unit 5 Britannia Road Patchway, Bristol, Gloucestershire BS34 5TA

Contact: 0330 223 3333

Website: http://www.airhop-bristol.com/

Description

We are the largest trampoline park in the world and we offer pupils the chance to bounce and have fun in a safe environment.

We also offer primary schools the chance to take part in our home trampoline safety assemblies where we visit the schools and present a 20 minute assembly on trampoline safety and the do’s and don’ts.

For Secondary schools we offer sixth form students the chance to come in and look through how we complete risk assessments and what a risk assessment is.

Do you have a video on YouTube or anywhere else that you would like to link to?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLByfmu8LcM&t=59s

Are you on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media?
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AirHopBristol

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/airhopbristol/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airhopbristol/

Exactly what does your venue offer to educational visits?
During your school visit trip children will have chance to explore all of the fantastic facilities at AirHop, including wall-to-wall trampolines, a foam pit, battle beams, dodgeball games, wipeout and an incredible new obstacle course.

Why you are you a great place for educational visits?
AirHop offers pupils the chance to relax, have fun, keep fit but in a safe environment. AirHop is straight off the M5 so is easily accessible from many locations.

Not only is AirHop fun but it’s a great venue to exercise without knowing it! Bouncing has the potential to burn up to 1000 calories in one hour, meaning AirHop is a great location for exercise fun outside of the classroom.

Schools can also take part in the Healthy Eating & Exercise Workshop, delivered in partnership with Warburtons.

Warburton’s award-winning School Visitor programme is aimed at children in years 2 – 4 and linked to the curriculum. It will cover the following:

Warburtons Introduction, which includes a bread making video
Healthy eating – The Eatwell Guide and its key healthy eating messages
Getting ready to cook – hygiene and safety
A hands-on food activity – teaching basic food skills and making a healthy sandwich.

All food and equipment is provided by Warburtons who have delivered their programme to over 23,000 children across the South West.
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AirHop can deliver a unique and exciting PE class which will include:

A full health and safety brief on how to enjoy trampolines safely
A warm up and cool down session with a qualified instructor
Chance to enjoy the AirHop park and all of its facilities.

The Healthy Eating and Exercise Workshop can be offered to up to two classes as follows:

Time Class 1 Class 2 (if applicable)
9.30am Arrive at AirHop Arrive at AirHop
10.00am Healthy Eating workshop and sandwich making with Warburtons Exercise programme in the AirHop park
11.00am Exercise programme in the AirHop park Healthy Eating workshop and sandwich making with Warburtons
12.00pm LUNCH LUNCH
12.45pm Food waste talk, pack up and return to school Food waste talk, pack up and return to school

Lunch will be provided and will include the sandwiches the children have made, plus fruit, squash, and biscuits or crisps. 

What does a typical educational visit include?
A visit would include a safety briefing, then an hour in the park to enjoy all of AirHop’s facilities. Special non-slip trampoline socks are also included.

What group sizes do you cater for?
Up to 260 per hour

Are you happy for children to take photos, video or audio?
Yes.

What is your process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?
We can provide risk assessments on request. 

What is the cost of the visit?
For a general session the cost per child is £8.50, including AirHop trampoline socks.
For the Warburtons & AirHop Healthy Eating and Exercise Workshop the cost per child is £8.50 for one class, and £7.50 per child for two classes (up to 75 children), including lunch.

Is specific clothing required for the trip?
Loose, comfortable clothes suitable for exercising.

Do you have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?
All AirHop staff are first aid trained.

Please list facilities available.
The AirHop café offers hot and cold drinks and snacks. The average cost of a drink and snack is £3.

We can arrange for lunch to be provided for any group booking – please contact us for more details.

What are your disabled facilities?
AirHop is fully accessible with lifts to all levels. Disabled toilet facilities are available and disabled changing can be arranged (please give us plenty of notice if you require disabled changing facilities so we can ensure this is appropriate for the age of the child/children).

What are your opening days and hours?
Sunday 9am–8pm
Monday 10am–9pm
Tuesday 10am–9pm
Wednesday 10am–9pm
Thursday 10am–9pm
Friday 10am–10pm
Saturday 9am–10pm

 

 


Age of Children / Pupils: 5 – 7 years 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University

Type of Visit: Adventure Playgrounds Indoor Activity & Soft Play Centres Leisure Centres Safety Awareness Trampoline Park Team Building

Curriculum Topics Covered: Leisure & Tourism PE

Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December