Region: Yorkshire

Disabled Facilities: Yes

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: Cardigan Fields Leisure Park, Kirstall Road, Leeds, LS4 2DG

Contact: 0203 846 1386

Website: https://oxygenfreejumping.co.uk/

Description

Oxygen Freejumping Leeds. More than just a trampoline park. Explore different zones and take your skills to the next level. Active fun for all ages!

Watch our YouTube video to see what we’re all about:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdRdwbhEFCo

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Exactly what does Oxygen offer to educational visits?

Whether you’d like to arrange a one-off school trip, an end-of-term treat or structured PE classes for your pupils, at Oxygen Freejumping we will provide an experience you won’t forget!

Upon arrival at the park, our staff will take control and look after the group for the whole duration. Pupils will be given their snazzy Oxygen jump socks, an individual locker & use of changing facilities if required.

Our school sessions start with a safety briefing, followed by the jump session which typically last for one hour. The type of jump session is up to you!

Freejumping is what we call our most popular activity: the park and all of its jumping features are yours to explore. We can offer structured sessions with coaching, games, dodgeball tournament and more, or teachers can take charge and organise a curriculum PE lesson. We have several different options and can be flexible to provide a session to meet your needs.

Why not arrange for some refreshments after the session? Your pupils are bound to be hungry! We have a range of food & drink deals for schools – just enquire for more details!

Why are Oxygen a great place for educational visits?

Oxygen parks are the perfect venue for school visits! Your pupils will have the time of their lives bouncing around our park, not realizing they are undergoing an hour of exercise, keeping them fit, healthy & happy!

Not only that but they will also be learning all sorts of bouncing, jumping & spring-related skills at the same time.

Our Oxygen teams take care of everything; our court monitors lead the activities whilst teachers can either sit back and relax, or take part themselves!

Safety is at the core of everything we do. Our staff are safety and first-aid trained – they know the right balance between ensuring everyone has a great time, and keeping all jumpers safe and in-control.

What does a typical educational visit to Oxygen include?

This is up to you! Freejumping is what we call our most popular activity: the park and all of its jumping features are yours to explore for 1 hour. We can offer structured sessions with coaching, games, dodgeball tournament and more, or teachers can take charge and organise a curriculum PE lesson. We have several different options and can be flexible to provide a session to meet your needs.

What group sizes do Oxygen cater for?

We cater for school groups from as few as 5 children, up to 120, so feel free to bring just one class, the whole year group or even the whole school!

Teachers receive free entry to the park and are always looked after by our staff – so bring as many as you can fit on the bus!

Do Oxygen provide projects, teacher’s packs, work sheets or any useful information?

We have a range of competitions, challenges, games & tournaments that we can run during the 1 hour jump session – we adapt these for all different age groups.

We also have arts & craft activities available in the café after jump sessions for nursery & primary school children.

What is Oxygen’s process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?

We have welcomed hundreds of school groups & can quickly provide all the documentation that is required. Please ask for documentation upon enquiry or email cst@oxygenfreejumping.co.uk. Alternatively, school teachers are welcome to visit our Oxygen parks and speak to a manager.

Does Oxygen have an education officer?

Each Oxygen park is geared up for school trips. Our staff are trained, tried and tested, and keep delivering a great experience for all school age groups.

What is the cost of the visit?

We offer a discounted rate for school groups; the price varies by location but e ensure that it is always the most competitive price. We also offer complimentary tickets for teachers.

Is specific clothing required for the trip?

PE kit is ideal, but whatever you feel comfortable in! Pupils will be given trampoline jump socks upon arrival.

Do Oxygen have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?

All Oxygen parks are well equipped in first aid training, facilities and equipment. All members of our staff are First-Aid qualified and we take safety very seriously; you are all in good hands.

What facilities are available at Oxygen Freejumping parks?

Oxygen parks are very well equipped for school visits – we have changing rooms, showers, private teaching rooms, café, water fountain, kitchen and of course the trampoline court.

Oxygen’s disabled facilities?

All Oxygen parks are disabled access friendly – we have ramps, lifts and chair lifts in all areas. Due to the nature of the trampoline activities, we make recommendations on a case by case basis. We are creative and love to get everyone on the trampolines where possible! Please enquire for further details.

Oxygen opening hours

We are open every day other than Christmas day! Typically we are open from 10am until 9pm, but timings do change slightly. Please visit our website for up-to-date opening hours: http://oxygenfreejumping.co.uk/locations/leeds/

Oxygen School Testimonials

“It was brilliant to see all the different kinds of activities that the children can enjoy at the new park – and also great that teachers and parents have an area to relax whilst the expert Oxygen team takes over! It was really refreshing to see the children learning something new whilst having so much fun. All the stresses of SATs have now well and truly been bounced out of them! We’re already looking forward to our school’s next visit to the park!” – Paula Norris, PA to Headteacher at Ince CE Primary School, Wigan

“It was brilliant to see all the different kinds of activities that the children can enjoy at the new park – and also great that we have an area to relax whilst the Oxygen team takes over! The students were having that much fun, they were exercising without even knowing it. Everyone really enjoyed being the first to bounce and I’m sure the children will be back here with parents and friend very soon!” – Judith Finch, Head of PE at Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Manchester

“It was brilliant to see all the different kinds of activities that the children can enjoy at the new park – and also great that we could take part too! The children were having that much fun, they were exercising without even knowing it. Everyone really enjoyed being the first to bounce and I’m sure the children will be back here with parents and friends very soon!” – Dave Chorlerton, Head of Year 7, City of Derby Academy

What else do you need to know?

Oxygen Freejumping requires that a participation consent form & photography consent form be complicated by a parent or guardian of each pupil, to be presented at reception upon arrival at the park.


Age of Children / Pupils: Pre-school 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 Sports 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


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