Parent participation is a requirement for two and three-year-olds. When children reach four years old they will be more independent but may still need you to watch and cheer them on. Please allow your child to set the pace and try new skills that are within their comfort zone.
Please bring your child dressed ready to move. Leotard or T-shirts and shorts or tights are perfect with bare feet. Long hair should be tied up with soft scrunchies to avoid injury.
CHILDREN LEARN AT THEIR OWN PACE
Some students will be at different levels in the same class. Coaches can tailor classes to suit the individual students within a class. Beginners often learn from watching other more experienced students in class.
STAYING TO WATCH?
Recreational Classes are generally drop off classes. You are,most welcome to watch but please do so quietly. Hearing many voices when listening to instructions makes it difficult to absorb all that is being said by the coach. Phone calls are to be taken outside during class but feel free to take pictures or videos of your own child.
Annual Registration Fee: There is a $50 Annual Registration fee for each child enrolled.
MINI STARS 24-36 Months
In this program, Parents assist children throughout the class, parental involvement is gradually decreased as the child’s confidence increases. Basic gymnastics instruction helps to improve listening skills and ability to follow instructions. This program also helps with the sometimes difficult task of separating from Mummy and Daddy. Parents will also enjoy the benefit of social interactions with other mums and dads.”
LITTLE STARS (3-4 Yrs)
Students start with basic skills and build on them throughout the term with constant monitoring and encouragement. This class is designed to build self-esteem and further develop the beginnings of your child’s independence. Running, jumping and gymnastics skills are taught in a safe environment.
Recreation (5-12 Yrs) Students are taught many skills, ranging from handstands cartwheels, round-offs, front and back walkovers, front and back handsprings, with sequences and progressions tailored to the student’s skill level. Children are often rewarded with a game for good behaviour.