Field Trips

Our field trips are designed with two goals in mind, to make it easier for teachers to meet and assess the new BC curriculum objectives, and for kids to have fun and feel success while developing physical literacy.

  • For Preschools and Kindergarten & Grade One

  • Offered during the school year

  • Instructor to Student Ratio of 1:6


During the 1.5 hour Field Trip coaches will lead children through 45 min of gymnastics and 45 min of seated learning designed to meet the following curricular competencies in the new BC Curriculum:

  1. Physical Literacy: develop and demonstrate a variety of fundamental movement skills in a variety of physical environments

  2. Physical Literacy: develop and demonstrate safety, fair play and leadership in physical activities

  3. Physical Literacy: describe the body’s reaction to participating in physical activity in a variety of environments

If you have any questions feel free to contact us.


$125 + tax for 45 minutes
maximum of 7

$155 + tax for 45 minutes
maximum of 14

$149 + tax for one hour
maximum of 7

$180 + tax for one hour
maximum of 14

$245 + tax for one and a half hours
maximum of 28


  • 45 minutes or 1.5 hours

  • Recommended: once a week for a minimum of 4 weeks

To Register:

Please note: A non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking. For field trips with a total booking fee of under $500, the deposit is $50. For bookings with a total of over $500, the deposit will be 10% of the total fee.

We offer weekly Field Trips at our North Vancouver location and in City Square by special request, please email us if you’re interested in a City Square field trip. Choose your preferred time from our Events Calendar below:

*Field Trip times that appear on the events calendar are still available. If a date is blank there is no availability.


My name is Laura Clancy and I have been teaching for over 17 years. Over the past few years, I have been looking for new places to take my students on field trips that would enhance my commitment to their physical literacy. Physical literacy in schools is the idea that students develop their confidence in a wide variety of physical activities and are exposed to those activities in many different environments. So, when I found out about Jump Gymnastics and their philosophy I knew I must figure out a way to get my students there!

From start to finish, my Kindergarten field trip to Jump Gymnastics was just incredible. It truly seemed almost effortless, as the Jump staff was extremely well organized and knowledgeable. The Jump staff had everything set up ahead of time, so once we were there, we just had fun! As we arrived and settled in, our two coaches took their respective groups into the gym to warm up and get ready for their lessons. Our coaches were enthusiastic, encouraging, and full of positive energy. The respect and care they had for the students set even the most anxious at ease. When we were done, we went upstairs to have lunch and complete our activities in their beautiful party room.

I will definitely be coming back to Jump again!