Typically we find most parents have questions about our classes, especially if they or their child is new to gymnastics. Below you will find answers to some common questions, for anything else please contact us
Our classes are run on a termly basis. All members must pay an annual membership to cover insurance with British gymnastics and club membership this runs September to September and is renewable every year, before the end of the final term.
Payments can also be made at our office by cash or by card but classes must be paid before any classes can be taken.
Children must wear tight clothing, for example leotards, leggings or cycling shorts etc. No skirts or fancy dress items are permitted. Hair must be tied up and jewellery removed. Uniforms are available to purchase at the office but these are optional unless a child is competing, and then club wear must be worn.
All members must pay an annual membership to cover insurance with British gymnastics and club membership this runs September to September and is renewable every year. No gymnasts are permitted to train without this in place.
Our terms run for 8 weeks each, please see the terms time page for details (at the top bar of the website)
Teachers are qualified with British Gymnastics, UKCA, RAD and UKA. Teachers also have CRB checks, First Aid and Safeguarding and Child Protection qualifications.
Yes, you are free to join anytime if there is space available. We will deduct missed weeks from term cost from time you started. British Gymnastic insurance must be paid for and obtained online before the child commences classes, after their trial session. Trials are available if there is space in a class, and are available by booking only via reception.
Parents are welcome to watch from the viewing galleries but are not permitted within the gym due to health and safety and child protection.
Parents in Baby Gym sessions must supervise their children at all times. This is a parent-led session.