Bookings now open for April!!

JUMP.holiday Program

We’ve got everything you need to keep the kids active during the school holidays, just as much fun as ever, at all of our parks, with flexible booking options for you!

Book one day, book for the week, book now to secure your child’s place- Spaces are limited!

April Holiday bookings are now available!!

Book now:

Book North Shore (5 days each week)
Click Here to book April 2018 Holiday Program
(Program runs 5 days each week)

Book Avondale (5 days each week)
Click Here to book April 2018 Holiday Program
(Program runs 5 days each week)

Book East Tamaki (3 days each week)
Click Here to book April 2018 Holiday Program
(Program runs Mon to Wed only each week)

Book Hamilton (3 days each week)
Click Here to book April 2018 Holiday Program
(Program runs Mon to Wed only each week)

Please note: Wednesday 18th April the main activity will be Tie Dye. If you are booking for this day, please sure that your child brings something suitable to tie-dye. A white t-shirt is preferable. Otherwise, you can purchase a JUMP t-shirt or singlet to tie-dye. JUMP merchandise is dependent on stock availability. 

JUMP.holiday Details:

Dates:

North Shore and Avondale

April Week 1: (5 days) Mon 16th – Fri 20th 2018
April Week 2: (5 days) Mon 23rd – Fri 27th 2018

East Tamaki and Hamilton

April Week 1: (3 days) Mon 16th – Wed 18th 2018
April Week 2: (3 days) Mon 23rd – Fri 25th 2018

Cost:

10% Early Bird Discount in prices below available until midnight Sunday 1st April 2018

Half day Early Bird 10% discount: (8.30am – 4pm) – $54 per day
Full day Early Bird 10% discount: (8.30am – 6pm) – $60 per day

Standard pricing after midnight Sunday 1st April 2018

Half day: (8.30am – 4pm) – $60 per day
Full day: (8.30am – 6pm) – $66.67 per day

Non-stop fun – Great Exercise – Awesome new friends!

Fun-packed and fully supervised during the school holidays. JUMP.holiday is designed for kids aged 8-13 years of age. They will enjoy a mixture of 4 to 6 hours of supervised trampoline park activities including JUMPing every day – burning energy whilst having the most fun you can imagine. When their bodies take a rest we’ll keep their minds working with engaging activities.

Here’s what one of our July 2017 JUMP.holiday parents had to say:

“Every single thing about this experience for us has been beyond outstanding. We have been so impressed with the staff, the way they communicate with the kids and the parents… As a parent, all you can ask for is that your kids will be happy and my son enjoyed this holiday programme so much”

 

 

 

 

Holiday Program Conditions

Program Content

Our program content allows for choice. JUMP will plan a varied, child-focused and stimulating program that meets your child’s developmental, emotional, intellectual, cultural and physical needs. If you have any concerns regarding the programme content, please do not hesitate to contact the Holiday Program Director.

Meals

A light morning tea is provided each day. Otherwise, meals are not provided and parents will need to provide lunch. Kids combos will be available to purchase from the café.

How to enrol

Bookings will be based on “first in, first served”. Registration will be confirmed on receipt of payment. If payment is not received within two hours of the booking being made then the booking will be automatically deleted. Up until midnight 7 Jan 2018 if you withdraw your child from the program, or change your booking, you are required to give notice in writing to JUMP and this will incur a $10 processing fee. From midnight 7 Jan 2018 onwards JUMP products and services are non-refundable, there is no discount or refund for any missed sessions or booking changes

Ways to Pay

All payments must be made in full at the time of booking via credit card through our online booking system.

Signing In/Out

All programs start at 8.30am – half day finishes at 4.00pm and full day finishes at 6.00pm. Children are not to be dropped off before 8.30am, the park will not be open. Drop off and pick up is the caregivers responsibility and signing the child in and out of the program is required. Caregivers will need to indicate if someone other than those registered on this enrolment will be collecting the child.

Refund Policy

JUMP products and services are non-refundable. There is no discount or refund for any missed sessions. If your child is unwell, on submission of a medical certificate your booking may be refunded for a $10 processing fee. Absences must be advised prior to 8.30am by email on holidays@jumpwithus.co.nz

Accident & Injury

All care will be taken to provide a safe and well-supervised environment for children attending the program, in accordance with national standards. JUMP will not be liable for accidents, injury or loss/damage to property. Duty of care is the responsibility of the individual.

JUMP Staff

All holiday program staff are employed and vetted by JUMP and are experienced, qualified and trained to provide a safe and encouraging environment for your child.

Health and safety

It is important all staff and children work and play in a safe manner. All hazards, accidents or incidents are dealt with according to the safety management policies and procedures. Each session will be overseen by a JUMP crew member with a current first aid certificate.

Emergencies

Our staff are trained in dealing with emergencies, such as fire and earthquake.

Illness

Children who are unwell should stay home, especially if their illness is of an infectious nature. If a child becomes ill, JUMP will inform the Parent so they can be collected immediately.

Medication

JUMP does not administer medication and we are unable to cater to customers with severe allergies or medical conditions. We cannot guarantee that our food is free of traces of nuts, eggs, dairy, gluten or any other similar ingredients.

Complaints

JUMP takes any complaints seriously. Parents are encouraged to bring complaints to the attention of either the Holiday Program Director or the park manager.

Behaviour

Enrolment may be withdrawn if severe misbehaviour occurs regularly or if a child’s misbehaviour has created an untenable situation for others attending the program.

 

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