Autism and SEN Sessions | Rush UK

We don't want anyone to miss out on the fun! Customers with autism and special needs are catered for at Rush trampoline parks...

It’s important for us to offer autism activities and support for customers with special needs and their families. Perfect for autism groups and for parents looking for activities to do with the whole family, this quieter, capped session has no music and reduced lighting to avoid glare.

Our weekly Autism and SEN sessions are every Tuesday evening from 5.30pm - 6.30pm in Birmingham and at 6pm - 7pm on a Sunday in High Wycombe during term time and school holidays. Carers also go free during these sessions.

These sessions are open to customers of all ages, however customers under the age of 4 should use our Toddler Court with parental supervision from the sidelines.

Customer Notice
Members wishing to book Autism and SEN sessions should call us to book your session, or pay on the day (subject to availability). Members are currently unable to book a 'Member Jump' for Autism and SEN sessions online.

We are now offering a discount for SEN members on our regular jump sessions on Monday - Fridays and Sundays only. Carers also go free during these regular jump sessions. Eligibility will be verified on arrival.

Questions and answers...

We regularly review our equipment, rules, and safety procedures to make our parks as safe as possible. Our highly trained staff monitor our park and its elements at all times to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Our equipment is custom made and of the highest standard giving you the ‘best bounce’ in the industry, helping reduce the risk of injury. All Rush staff have regular First Aid and Emergency First Aid training, senior park management hold NEBOSH (National Exam Board For Occupational Safety & Health) certificates. Rush are proud members of the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP). In order to receive the highly regarded IATP stamp, our parks are regularly been inspected and graded by an independent adjudicator who measures our equipment and safety standards. After our inspection in June 2018, we were only one of two parks out of two who passed their rigorous tests first time. We acknowledge that accidents can and still do happen to both professionals and amateurs. prepared, accidents nevertheless still do happen. When participating in new sporting activities, you should set yourself incremental goals. We would only ever encourage trained professionals to attempt complex moves. Follow our safety rules and the chances of injury are even less.
Rush has a number of lockers available for valuables. These are offered on a first-come, first served basis. Your property is left in these lockers entirely at your own risk.
Yes. Everyone who jumps is required to sign a waiver. Those under 18 should have their parent or legal guardian sign their waiver. Permission by phone or email is not sufficient. Where you are not the legal parent or guardian of a child, you must have been granted permission by their parent/guardian to assume responsibility for their child and release of liability agreement on their behalf.
Rush non-slip socks must be worn by all jumpers for both safety and hygiene reasons. Once purchased, they are yours to keep and use again on repeat visits.

Save the date:

Make a note of our regular Autism and SEN sessions at Rush