Yes, we encourage children to come and do a ‘Try-It’ class before joining the club.
You can book a ‘Try-It’ by phoning the gym on 01622 737170 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
See here for office opening times.
How much does it cost?
Family Stay & Play (45 mins) Members £4.50, Non-Members £5.00
Kindergym with Parents (45 mins) £5.50 per session
Starlets (Kindergym without parents 1 hour class) £5.80
4-5 years (1 hour class) £5.80 per session
6+ (1 hour 15 mins) £6.50
Advanced Classes (1 hour 45 mins) £7.65
Do I have to join the Club?
Except for the Kindergym Stay & Play class, after you have had a ‘Try-It’ session
you will need to become a member of Pegasus Gymnastics Club if you wish to continue
attending the classes.
How much does club membership cost?
The Annual Club membership fee is £15, you also need to pay a membership fee for
British Gymnastics which is£10 for Kindergym and £16 for General Classes.
(Prices correct at date of publishing)
How do I pay?
On joining the club you will be invoiced for Annual Club and BG membership fees together
with the session fees for the rest of that term. At the end of each term you will
receive an invoice for the session fees for the next term.
When does the year start and what if I want to join part-way through the year?
The Club year starts in September, and the Club membership fee is reduced for those
joining later in the year. The British Gymnastics membership fee is set by BG and
may or may not be reduced for those joining later in the year.
Only for the Kindergym Stay & Play class on Thursdays 1:15-2:00pm. For all other
classes you need to book in for a ‘Try-It’ by phoning the gym on 01622 737170 or
emailing email@example.com. See here for office opening times.
Can I stay and watch a General class?
No, unfortunately we do not have viewing facilities or enough parking space for parents
to stay during General Gymnastics classes at our current facility. A new facility
shall include a viewing gallery and ample parking spaces to rectify this.
Can I bring my baby to my child’s Kindergym class?
Yes, you can bring a baby in a car seat or pushchair into the gym when you bring
your child to Kindergym but you do need to be able to help your older child with
the activities in the gym.
What does my child need to wear?
For Kindergym and General classes children should wear a t-shirt and shorts or tracksuit
bottoms. Avoid belts, buckles and zips.
Long hair should be tied and up all jewellery removed, children go in bare-foot.
Parents accompanying children in kindergym classes need to remove their shoes.
What should I do if my child is ill or unable to come to their class?
Contact the club on 01622 737170 and leave a message on the answerphone, or email
What do I do if I want to leave?
We ask for half a term’s written notice (6 weeks) if you wish to leave. Failure to
give sufficient notice may result in a leaving fee being charged.
What qualifications do the coaches have?
All staff are qualified to British Gymnastics recognised standards with all lead
coaches to a minimum of UKCC Level 2 award in Coaching Gymnastics.
All senior staff are qualified in the following fields:
Equity in your Coaching
Safe Guarding and Protecting Children
GMPD (Gymnastics and Movement for People with Disabilities
Are all the staff CRB checked?
It is required by British Gymnastics that all Staff have a Criminal Records Bureaux
All the staff at the club are checked on a regular basis and always kept up to date.
What do I do if I have any concerns?
The Club have three Welfare Officers who are happy to deal with any concerns that
you have. Click here to contact a Welfare Officer.
If your concern is regarding a class change, please contact the Office by either
phone or email.
If your concern is regarding class content then talk to the lead coach of that class.
If your concern is regarding a Member of Staff you can either contact the Club Director
Ionut Trandaburu (firstname.lastname@example.org) or one of the three Welfare Officers.
If your concern is regarding the development of your child within a squad, contact
either their personal coach, Jennie; email@example.com
Will my child have the opportunity to enter any competitions?
The Advanced classes and certain gymnasts selected due to age and ability will get
the chance to participate in competitions at recreational levels. The Club usually
hand out letters informing parents and gymnasts of the date, entry fee and any other
information needed along with a return slip to accept or deny the opportunity. All
club members have the opportunity to participate in the Club’s Annual Festival.
What’s the best way to get a message to, or talk to my child’s coach?
If you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your child then please email the
coach direct to find a suitable time: