RULES & SAFETY | Sky High Trampolining
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Freestyle Trampolining is an extreme sport and just like any other physical sport there are risks involved. However if you listen and follow the instructions of our fully trained staff members and comply with the Sky high rules these risks are greatly reduced.

Age 18mths- 4years

Sky High now offers it services for under 5-year-olds and our safety training is tailored to this minimum level of maturity. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) indicates that if more than one person is using a trampoline, the person weighing less is five times more likely to be injured and children under 6 years old are particularly vulnerable to injury. However, we have many experienced gymnast and safety rules in place at our venue capable of providing a safe and enjoyable environment at Sky High for your children. The child should always bounce in the centre of the trampoline, no more than one person should bounce on the trampoline at the same. If in doubt seek advice from our site staff who are experienced gymnasts. We require that all guests aged 4 years and under, are accompanied in the arena and supervised at all times by an 18+ adult. The adult accompanying a mini jumper must also sign the Risk Acknowledgement and Waiver on their behalf.

Age 5-13 years

Please bring along on your first visit proof of your date of birth/passport to confirm their age and you will be admitted to Sky High. 5 - 13 year olds must be supervised by an adult aged 18+ throughout the duration of their visit. This 18+ person must also sign the Risk Acknowledgement and Waiver on their behalf. As a spectating adult, you do not have to join in if you don’t want to. You can grab a coffee from the café and enjoy the view from our elevated viewing area.

Age 14-17 Years

you will have a level of maturity and therefore do not need to be fully supervised at Sky High. However, person aged 18+ must sign the Risk Acknowledgement and Waiver on your behalf- this can be completed online and then will be valid for a period of one year

Age 18+

You can supervise and sign for others as well as yourself. If you are supervising, you can do this as a participant or as a spectator. Each person 18+ can supervise a maximum of 10 under 16’s.


All participants must have read and completed a Sky High waiver form before their activity can begin. NO WAIVER = NO JUMP
  • If a person is under 16, a waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.
  • For safety, hygiene and to avoid slipping, all participants must wear SkyHigh trampoline gripsocks when jumping
  • Jumpers must wear the valid-coloured wristband at all times during jumping.
  • Under no circumstances are people under the influence of alcohol or drugs allowed use of the park.
  • Look out for other jumpers and give way to the smaller ones.
  • Pregnant women or people with health concerns are advised not to jump.
  • No lying or sitting on the trampolines. Take a break if required in the seating area.
  • Grabbing of the safety pads or safety netting is prohibited.
  • No double bouncing, running, wrestling or rough play.
  • One person per trampoline at a time.
  • Always land with two feet and aim to stay in the middle of the trampoline mat away from the padding – Do not operate mobile phones, cameras or similar equipment on the trampolines.
  • Bad language will not be tolerated.
  • No food or drink (including gum) is permitted on the trampolines.
  • No double somersaults or flips or tricks over the pads are allowed. Single somersaults are allowed but no more than two in a row.
  • No belt buckles, clothing studs, jewellery, key chains, or sharp objects are permitted on the trampolines. – No loose change in pockets.
  • No outside drinks or food permitted, unless special permission is granted by management.


  • No head shots or kicking the ball is allowed.
  • You are out if hit by a thrown ball.
  • The Sky High Crew decisions are final when it comes to refereeing a Dodgeball game.
  • If you are out, leave the court.
  • You can deflect an incoming ball with one ball already in your hands.
  • Catching a ball thrown by an opponent before it touches the ground means that they are out.
  • You are out if you touch the neutral zone.
  • Follow the displayed rules in this area.


  • Stay in your lane.
  • Do not hang off of the hoops or supporting equipment.
  • One person per lane at a time.
  • Follow the displayed rules in this area.

Trampolining is an inherently dangerous activity so always jump within your ability. Stay safe and enjoy the ultimate bounce!