School Events

Kids are full of energy and AirHop provides the ideal place for them to burn it off!

In a single session we can host up to 250 children. Our high energy fun comes in all shapes and sizes so we can cater a visit to meet your needs. AirHop offers anything from free range bouncing, to guided learning designed to increase co-ordination and balance. The possibilities are endless!

Our experienced and friendly staff are fully trained and will always be on hand to engage, enthuse and supervise your group to ensure that everyone has a fantastic time. To add to your piece of mind, AirHop will never be without a member of staff on site who isn’t first aid qualified.

To find out more about how we can cater a school package for you, call us on 0330 2233 333 or email: [email protected]

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Schools Q&A


Pre-arrival and Booking

Q: How many children can come to AirHop?
A: The maximum capacity at AirHop Bristol is 265 people.

Q: How many teachers can attend?
A: You can bring as many adults as you like—there will be adequate Court Monitors to supervise the number of attendees during your session.

Q: Do we need to sign a waiver?
A: No, all you need is to complete a booking form. We can send you a copy of the booking form at any time if you’d like to read through it.

Q: Do you have Public Liability Insurance?
A: Yes, our Public Liability Insurance covers up to £15 million (for one claim).

Q: How do I book a school trip to AirHop?
A: Call us on 0330 2233 333 and one of our helpful Customer Service Advisors will help you plan your trip.

Q: What payment methods do you accept?
A: You can pay by credit or debit card over the phone, or we can issue an invoice. Payment terms are 30 days.


Arriving at AirHop

Q: Do you hold structured sessions?
A: Yes. You can take part in a standard bounce session, or book a Healthy Eating and Exercise Workshop which is delivered in partnership with Warburtons. Please ask us for more information.

Q: How do we get to AirHop?
A: AirHop is conveniently located just a few minutes from Junction 17 of the M5. The nearest bus stop is located at the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.

Q: Is there space for coach parking?
A: Yes, parking space is available, however during particularly busy periods we may ask the coach to drop off and park elsewhere during the session.

Q: Is AirHop wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, all areas of the AirHop park can be accessed by lift, including the main courts and the café/mezzanine level. If you have any accessibility questions, or if you’d like to bring a number of wheelchair users, please give us a call on 0330 2233 333 and we can help you plan your trip.

Q: Are lockers available?
A: Yes, there are plenty of lockers on site. Or, if you’d prefer, you can use of one of our party rooms to keep everyone’s possessions together.


During your session

Q: Should we wear any special clothes?
A: You should wear comfortable clothes such as leggings or shorts and a T-shirt. Everyone participating in the session will need to wear AirHop non-slip trampoline socks. If you don’t already have a pair, these can be purchased for £2.00 each. In some AirHop schools packages AirHop non-slip trampoline socks are included – please ask us for details.

Q: What activities are at AirHop?
A: The enormous Main Court at AirHop has over 110 trampolines! There’s also trampoline basketball slam-dunk lanes, a foam pit, battle beams, two dodgeball courts, wipeout, and a one-of-a-kind Obstacle Course.

Q: What happens if someone gets hurt?
A: AirHop is one of the first trampoline parks in the country to comply with the Publicly Available Standards (PAS 5000) – a set of standards for the trampoline parks created in association with British Standards Institution (BSI) steering group involving the Royal Society of Protection of Accidents, British Gymnastics, Environmental Health Officers and Health and Safety Executive, Constructers and Operators. This accreditation means AirHop meets the highest possible standards for a trampoline park in all areas, including health & safety.

However, accidents can still happen. That’s why all staff at AirHop have received First Aid training and will hold an Emergency First Aid at Work certificate. All Duty Managers and Shift Leaders have undertaken a 3-day First Aid training course, and two of the senior management team are First Aid Training instructors.


After your session

Q: Is there space for us to eat lunch?
A: Yes, we can provide space for you to eat a packed lunch. There’s a café on site if children would like to spend ‘tuck’ money. Some of the AirHop School packages include lunch – ask us for more information!

Q: Are there any other activities other than trampolines?
A: Yes! We have AirVR virtual reality games, an arcade, and a soft play area for under 5’s. Please note – AirVR and the arcade are an additional cost.