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Treasure Gymnastics

Our recreational class programmes offer a range of opportunities to suit everyone.

From one hour general gymnastics after school clubs, to weekly specialist sessions in specific disciplines we have a class to suit your gymnast.

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Our club rising 5 and beginner classes cover general basics of gymnastics and are suitable for boys and girls.

The sessions are planned centrally and have a 2 weekly lesson plan focussed on a curriculum of continuous improvement of basic skills.

As well as learning handstands, cartwheels, and trying out various apparatus, gymnasts learn other valuable skills including team work, self challenge and resilience.

Each session starts with a warm up game and then splits in to small groups for apparatus and skill work.  It finishes with stretching and flexibility skills.

Our stars of the week and month reward gymnasts for effort and participation not just achievement, whilst our two award schemes help gymnasts to develop as individuals and to see their next challenges.

Why should my child do Gymnastics?

There are obvious benefits to encouraging a healthy, active lifestyle but there are so many more benefits to gymnastics.

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There are obvious benefits to encouraging a healthy, active lifestyle but there are so many more benefits to gymnastics.

Think about sport and physical activity like any other learning objective you have for your child,If you want your child to learn to read you don’t start with Shakespeare!  Physical activity in the same,  We start with the Fundamentals of Movement - Our ABC’s (Agility, Balance, Coordination). Just like you need to learn your letter sounds to read, you need to learn lots of fine and gross motor skills to be “sporty”

Gymnastics is brilliant for challenging children with a range of movement patterns

No you may not see your child tumbling like Simone Biles or Swinging round the bars like Beth Tweddle in their first session, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be great at our sport!

Along side the weekly classes the club has a number of activities throughout the year open to all members.  The easiest way to keep up to date is to keep an eye out on our Facebook page and website calendar.  We also send out regular emails on events.  The main events are:

Family fun day

The Big Lunch

A family fun day and fundraiser for the club   This is a charity fundraising event that is always great fun.  It includes games, displays and inflatables as well as a BBQ and bar!

Club Competition

Club Competition

Open to all recreational, teen and squad members.  A competition where everyone gets the chance to shine and show their individual progress.  This is a fun family day where gymnasts can support each other and see performances from our squads to aspire to.

fun shows

Winter Festival

A fun show with a different theme each year (non competitive).  The gymnasts take part in class groups to do a fun gymnastics based display.

school holiday camp

Holiday Camps

Each school holiday we offer full days of gymnastics fun at various venues.  We have a special camp section on our website with all the information you would need to know including latest camp details and pictures of previous camps.

Halloween party

Halloween party

Around October half term we always have a Halloween disco with fun for everyone including fancy dress competitions, games and spooky dancing!

We also have regular discos with a change to have fun in the gym!

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Squad trials

Every year we hold trials for gymnasts interested in committing more and becoming part of our competition squad.

Skill workshops

Specific Skill workshops

If your gymnast wants to experience a special discipline such as acro or tumbling, or needs a little bit of input on a certain skill, our holiday and Sunday workshops offer just that.  Reduced for members these sessions are entirely optional and give the opportunity to supplement recreational classes and allow gymnasts to improve certain skills more quickly, or explore the areas of gymnastics they enjoy most.