Trampoline and indoor activity park company Jump In has shared details of its end of term school party options to reward pupils for their hard work throughout the academic year. 

Jump In Trampoline & Activity Park

Treat your pupils to an end of term reward at Jump In.

The package, which is available at all ten Jump In sites across the UK, including Slough, Warwick and Ipswich, is designed to be an end of term treat or suitable for Year 6 leavers before attending secondary school.

It includes up to two hours of jump time (exclusive hire available), a party room with disco lights which can be set up to the needs of the group, a choice of pizza and hot dogs for all guests, unlimited squash and water, grip socks, a party organiser to assist on the day, and team building activities such as dodgeball.

If teachers book the package at the Aberdeen or Enfield sites, exclusive use of the Clip and Climb indoor climbing wall can be prebooked. 

Jump In welcomes school groups of up to 100 leavers at all sites and space for teachers to sit and watch with a hot drink.

Learning Outside the Classroom accreditation 

In May, it was announced that the Jump In group was the first trampoline and activity park in the UK to be awarded the LOtC (Learning Outside the Classroom) accreditation for running sessions for schools.

The Learning Outside the Classroom badge, awarded by the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom, means that Jump In venues have passed its assessment and have shown how they offer rewarding learning experiences for children.

Jump In also demonstrated that they’ve met all participant welfare, activity management and educational quality standards.

Jump In Trampoline & Activity Park

Members of the team can help plan a day of activities, including dodgeball.

Miranda Ray from Jump In said: “We are all about creating happiness for everyone who visits. We also know that the benefits of coming to our venues goes much further than just fun.

“The LOtC is an accreditation to prove we are a safe venue to visit for fun and educational visits by schools. We devise a bespoke educational programme based on a school’s needs – for example, we ask that you share your desired learning outcomes with us so the programme meets and hopefully exceeds the needs of your group.”

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