|August||Summer Camps- Please check our Camps page here
Bank Holiday Monday 26th August-No Gymnastics
|September||We will be doing a practice week for BAGA Badges during the gymnasts normal sessions on the below dates
Monday 9th September
Wednesday 11th September
Sunday 15th September
The following week we will be doing their BAGA Badge Assessments
Monday 16th September
Wednesday 18th September
Sunday 22nd September
|October||All gymnasts will need to renew their yearly British Gymnastics Insurance
October Half Term Camps
|November||Competition will be open to entries
Gymnasts will start practicing routines
2 weeks off over Christmas Period
The Simple 2 Steps to Sign Up
Step 1: Join our Direct Debit Click Here
Mondays – £21.83 per month / Wednesdays – £22.92 per month / Sundays – £22.46 per month (10% off monthly fees for the 2nd sibling)
Step 2: British Gymnastics Insurance direct through British Gymnastics Click Here
BAGA Sheet Download
Every year and in our holiday camps we do BAGA Badges with the children. The scheme is developed by British Gymnastics and assists in the progressive development of core skills such as balance, strength, flexibility and co-ordination and incorporates compulsory pulse raising activities. There are 10 types of activity and 8 levels of attainment.
Click here and download the different BAGA levels, the first level is BAGA 8 and gymnasts work their way down to BAGA 1
For Bronze, Silver and Gold Click Here
Floor Routines can be downloaded using the links below, remember this is the age they are turning next year so anyone who is 2009 and below will be in the 10 and over category :
We run classes all year around apart from bank holidays and 2 weeks off at Christmas. Bank Holidays are listed below:
Sunday 21st April
Monday 22nd April
Monday 6th May
Monday 27th May
Monday 26th August
Mondays – 46 sessions a year. (No classes on Monday bank holidays and 2 weeks off at Christmas.)
Wednesdays – 50 sessions a year. (Just 2 weeks off at Christmas)
Sundays – 49 sessions a year. (Just 2 weeks off at Christmas and 1 week off for Easter Sunday.)
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What does my child need to wear?
Shorts, t shirts, leggings and any type of sports wear is all suitable, no jeans, zips or dresses/skirts should be worn. Jewellery should be removed and hair should be tied back
Am I allowed to sit and watch?/do i have to stay and watch?
Unfortunately no, we only operate out of a small sports hall, and in the interest of Health & Safety, and Safeguarding, we need all the space we can get and full concentration from all gymnasts.
During club competitions and displays, parents are more than welcome and encouraged to come and watch.
You do not need to stay on site as we have emergency contact numbers for every child. For this reason, please keep us up to date if any details we have do change.
Does my child need to bring anything to their free taster session?
No just a drink as gymnastics can be very tiring!
Do you have to wait for an email to come along for a free taster session?
Yes unfortunately all of our classes are now full so please wait and you will be emailed as soon as a spot becomes available
Is my child too young or old to take part?
No, all abilities and ages are welcome, we accept all ages from 4-15 years old, they do not have to have any past experience is gymnastics. Our classes are fun, safe and catered specifically to your childs’ needs. Children are normally placed in age groups, however if your child is progressing well we may ask them to come to our invitation only class on a Monday 6-7pm