High Altitude Trampoline Park Norwich

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East of England

91 Whiffler Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 2AW

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PreSchool, 5 to 7 years, 8 to 10 years, 11 to 13 years, 14 to 16 years, College, University

High Altitude Trampoline Park in Norwich can arrange structured Physical Education classes on a regular basis (or one off's), term time treats to reward pupil achievements or end of term visits.

Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | Leisure and Tourism | PE (Physical Education/Sport) | Indoor Activity & Soft Play Centres | Leisure Centres | Safety Awareness | Special Educational Needs (SEN) | Trampoline Parks | Team Building

What we offer

On arrival your group will be efficiently checked in, watch a safety video and secure their valuables in our free of charge lockers. They will then enter the trampoline arena with 80 interlinked trampolines, Slam Dunk lanes, an awesome airbag to practice tricks and a Dodge Ball court where tournaments can take place. Our staff are on hand to interact with the pupils and help the less confident. Best of all, no matter what size or ability, everyone feels included. During the session, free refreshments are available for everyone. After all that fun, pupils are encouraged to bring a packed lunch or purchase food from our cafe and unwind in our upstairs function area.

What makes us a great choice?

All Schools are working hard to encourage students to increase the amount of physical activity they do and decrease sedentary behaviour. Taking to the trampolines has many positive health benefits and the best bit, your students will be having so much fun they won?t even realise its a workout too! Benefits include; building confidence, improving motor skills and co-ordination, low impact exercise is great for muscle toning and cardiovascular fitness and of course exercise manages mental health issues and improves wellbeing. Our team are particularly good with those who lack confidence socially or physically and we have had real success with children within the Autism spectrum. The activities are all supervised and can be structured to target aspects of your curriculum.

Accreditation and Awards

International Association of Trampoline Parks member
Children's University destination
Rebound Therapy qualified staff
All staff DBS checked

What is typically included?

Risk Assessments
Waiver forms sent out in advance
High Altitude jump socks 
Safety video or verbal brief depending on any special needs
1 hours jump time tailored to your requirements
Dedicated referee led games of dodgeball
Unlimited orange/blackcurrant squash
45 minutes in the party room to refuel with your packed lunch. (We can also supply buffet food on request)

Group Sizes Catered For

1-80 with options for spectators as we have a viewing gallery and coffee shop that overlooks the park.

Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions

Yes we are happy for children to take photos, video or audio.

Risk Assessment Details

Please email info@highaltitudepk.co.uk where one of the team will be happy to provide a copy of the risk assessment. Alternatively you can visit the park and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

A waiver must also be signed by parent or guardian for all under 16 years of age. We can email this to you so that you can arrange for it to be completed prior to your visit.

Education Officer Information

Please contact our General Manager, Aaron Johnson, 01603 567200

Pricing Information

We charge a discounted rate of £8.50 per student for the hour (includes £2 for HA trampoline socks which are reusable) and can accommodate up to 80 children on the park at any given time. Jumpers will receive free refreshments and an area to eat packed lunch. Teachers go free.

Clothing Requirements

School PE kit is ideal or leisure wear.

First Aid Information

We always have first aid qualified staff on site and have 10 members of staff with a selection of the following qualifications:

  • First Aid at Work
  • Pediatric First Aid
  • Emergency First Aid

Available Facilities

  • House of Play - for our younger visitors.
  • Two cafe/coffee shops serving hot and cold food and a range of drinks. Children's packed lunches available from £2.45 and hot dinners from £3.45. Menus can be viewed and downloaded on line. (Dietary requirements are catered for)
  • Free parking (plenty of space for coaches)
  • Free Lockers
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Fully air conditioned

Accessibility & Disabled Facilities

Special Needs Support sessions

Tuesday 11-12 and 12-1 to cater for all types of disability. These sessions are £5 per person and carer goes free. Rebound Therapy trained staff on hand during these sessions.

Thursday 4-5 special needs and siblings. These sessions are £7.95 per person and 1 x carer goes free.

We continue to run sessions during the school holidays but please check the website as timings may vary.

We can also offer Rebound Therapy courses where student can obtain Levels 1, 2 and 3 Winstrada qualifications. Please contact us for more information.

  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled toilets
  • Disabled parking

During specific support sessions, the park plays lower volume, calming music and sensory equipment.

Opening Hours & Information

Mon - Sat 10:00am - 9:00pm

Sun 10:00am - 6:00pm

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