Premier Gymnastics is committed to providing a sport and work environment free of discrimination and harassment (sexual or otherwise), where individuals are treated with respect and dignity. The Club will not tolerate discriminatory or harassment behaviour under any circumstances and will take disciplinary action against anyone who breaches this Policy.
The Club is committed to ensuring that the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children are maintained at all times during their participation in activities run by the Club.
Policies- this is a general summary. All specific policies are on the Parent section for members. Please note membership confirms you accept the conditions of all club policies.
All participants must wear appropriate attire during their class. Appropriate attire includes:
- Hair tied back – out of face
- Comfortable clothing
- T-Shirt and Shorts acceptable if non-baggy and tucked in
- Leotard and tights acceptable
- No socks
- No jewellery
Please note: All gymnasts should wear shoes and socks to and from the gym. If it is cold we request that they wear warm clothing to and from training.
We are a nut free zone. We have a number of gymnasts and staff with food allergies so please no nuts.
We recommend that a snack of carbohydrate-rich foods be consumed up to one hour prior to class. Gymnasts who are enrolled in classes greater than 2 hours in length will receive a
Recommended snack foods prior to class:
- Fresh Fruits
- Fresh Vegetables
- Pasta / Rice (moderate amounts)
Non-recommended snack foods:
- Soft Drinks
Sweets Note: Traditionally sweets, chocolates and soft drink have been considered to be instant energy and as such, were consumed before training or major events. In fact this practice has the reverse effect and can cause early fatigue.
Fluid intake before, during and after exercise is essential for all athletes. We recommend that all gymnasts bring their own drink bottle to class. We allow drink breaks every 15 – 20 minutes for water consumption only. There are cooled water fountains at both venues for gymnasts to refill their bottles. We also recommend 2 glasses prior to and continued consumption of water after class for optimum fluid replacement.Arrivals/ Departures
Starting on time means that all athletes will get the most out of their class. Please be prompt to class. Warm ups at the beginning of each class are vital to the teaching of basic body positions, stretching, as well as fun, fast games and socialisation.
Gymnasts must be collected from the foyer of the gymnasium and SHOULD NOT wait outside the gym. Please come inside to pick up your child.
Please inform our administration staff as early as possible if your child is not attending class. They may then inform the coach responsible and therefore little interruption may occur to class.
At Premier Gymnastics we try to minimise the risk of injury to our members…
- By employing qualified coaches
- By updating our coaches on current coaching practices
- By purchasing the best possible equipment
- By tracking records of accidents and reducing possible risk areas
- By ensuring all gymnasts are attempting skills at their individual skill level If an accident does occur, our coaches will:
- Ensure all other gymnasts are safe
- Assess the gymnast’s injury or ask for assistance
- Treat the injury if possible or call for assistance. If the injury is severe, an ambulance will be called immediately.
- Inform parent/guardian and offer advice
- Fill in accident report form.
Parent and Gymnast role
We encourage a friendly and supportive environment for all gymnasts and parents/guardians. Please ensure you and your children treat all staff and fellow members with respect and courtesy at all times. Bullying will not be tolerated within our program and parents and gymnasts must display at all times good sportsmanship and positive communication in relation to all aspects of the club in relation to business, staff, programming and culture. Failure to do this at any time will result in cancellation of membership.