Most parents want their children to be active throughout life. Concerns about health, obesity, crime and national well-being have brought sport and physical activity to the fore of political debate. All this, along with a generally held belief that taught well, sport and physical education develop qualities like self-esteem, leadership and teamwork, make sport a potential force for good. We believe gymnastics offers opportunities that enrich the lives of those involved long after their training has come to an end.
Gymnastics is a sport that can be enjoyed for many years whatever the level of attainment and we aim to provide our gymnasts with opportunities to keep fit and learn skills for life and importantly remain involved in gymnastics through coaching and judging.
We ask that parents familiarise themselves with our Code of Conduct, which has been prepared for everyone’s benefit. Your child attending classes will be deemed to be an acceptance of our code of conduct and terms and conditions.