Gymnastics For All Term dates for 2020

  • Term 1: Mon 3 Feb – Thurs 9 Apr
  • Term 2: Tue 29 Apr – Sat 4 Jul
  • Term 3: Mon 20 Jul – Sat 26 Sept
  • Term 4: Mon 12 Oct – Sat 19 Dec

Every child over the age of 8 needs to come in for an assessment. Please call 6287 4121 after doing a GymnasticsBiz Registration to organise the assessment.  

Priority enrolment for current participants rolls over in Week 8 of each Term, with enrolments that haven’t been paid or entered into a Direct Debit agreement being un-enrolled in week 1 of the holidays.

New enrolments for the upcoming Term cannot be taken until Week 10 of the current term. A new gymnast may enrol during a current term if there are spaces in the appropriate class. The fees would then be prorated reflecting the weeks that are remaining in the term. 

New enrolment




Under 5 years of age (9 months – Preschool)


Gymnasts will directly enter a Kindergym program. Gymnasts entering the Kindergym program do not need to do an assessment as classes are based on their age range. Please contact us with any enquiries or to book your child into a Kindergym program.




Aged 5-7 (Kindergarten +) 


Gymnasts will be placed directly into the ‘Mini’s’ program and do not need to do an assessment. Please contact us after creating a GymnasticsBiz profile.




8 years and older




If a new gymnast is aged 8 or above (or a gymnast has not participated at the club for the past term) they are required to book into an assessment session. These assessments will be held Monday to Friday at 4:30pm, or Saturday at 10:15am during term time. They are approximately 15-20 minutes in length and will allow for time to discuss the appropriate class for your child with one of our coaches. To book an assessment, please contact us. The assessment is free however, if you decide to accept a position following your assessment, you are required to pay the balance to secure a place. Please arrive 10 minutes early for your assessment and check in at our office. Upon acceptance of a class and available time, enrolment and fees are due to book into the selected class.




New Enrolments for the upcoming Term cannot be taken until week 10 of the current term.




A new gymnast may enrol during a current term if there are spaces in the appropriate class). The fees would then be prorated.




Current enrolment

Your current enrolment automatically rolls over for the upcoming term.

 To complete your enrolment and secure the place within the class, payment in full is required, or you enter into a Direct Debit agreement.

If you require a certain day or time, we strongly advise you action your invoice to secure your class as popular days and times often fill up quickly..

Online enrolment

Online enrolment is only available for Holiday Program, due to the large number of classes we offer. 

It is essential that you read and agree to the Terms and Conditions and General information documentation before enrolling your child.

New Enrolments will need to register on GymnasticsBiz and complete the online registration form.  This step will need to be completed before we can enrol your child into a class. Please click the link below to complete the online registration.

Once you have clicked on the link you will be required complete the following:

  • Fill out Customer Details (please note, this needs to be a parent or guardian)
  • Complete the students details (click add student for multiple family members)
  • Accept our terms and conditions and privacy policy.

Once the above has been completed, the form will be submitted and the office will be notified, we will then be able to enrol your child/ren.

Please note, you will still need to contact the office to pay and confirm your child’s spot for Term 1 2019.

Contact the office at office@wodenvalley for further information or assistance.

Frequently asked questions

What should I wear to class?

To ensure your gymnast is safe on the gym floor we require your child to be dressed suitably for their class.

This includes:

  • shorts or leggings
  • leotard (this in not compulsory)
  • a tight fitting t-shirt, crop top or singlet
  • long hair tied back and off the face
  • no jewellery.

Any clothing your gymnast wears should be relatively tight-fitting that will allow free movement. Skirts and denim are poor choices. Shoes and socks will need to be taken off before going out on the gym floor.

The gym cannot take responsibility for any lost items, therefore we advise that valuables are not brought to the gym.

We ask that you bring a water bottle and some warm clothes to wear to and from class in the cooler months.

Leotards, shorts and longs are available to purchase from our local supplier DIGS sales@digssportsware.com.au

I was unable to attend a lesson, what should I do?

We allow for 2 ‘make up’ lessons that must be completed within the current term. Notification of your absence is preferred before class, via your GymnasticsBiz portal. You also will book your make-up sessions via the portal. If you need assistance setting up the portal contact office@wodenvalley,net

Can I go on to the floor with my child?

ONLY parents of gymnasts who are under 5 years old and registered in our Kindergym programs may accompany their child onto the floor. Parents are not to go onto the floor at any time during a lesson. If you need to speak with your child, or pick them up early, please find the floor Supervisor. They are wearing a navy shirts with red panelling that says ‘Supervisor’ on the back. You can also approach the one of the office staff who will pass on the message.

Do not approach your child or any of the other coaches while they are conducting a lesson. This is to ensure everyone’s safety and to ensure that our classes run smoothly.

Do I need to stay at the club during my child's class?
Aside from Kindergym (where a parent or guardian is required on the floor) you do not need to stay for your child’s class. We request that if you are leaving the gym that you drop your child no earlier then 10 minutes before class, as our staff are preparing for their classes and cannot supervise your child.
How big are your class groups?
We maintain a student teacher ratio of 9:1, 11:2 or 10:1 (Kingergym) to facilitate individualised instruction.
My child has a friend who would like to come and try gymnastics, can they come along and try out?

Kindergym aged children may come in for a one off paid trial.

Unfortunately due to class sizes after school we cannot allow for students to try out in a class. If you have someone who is interested in gymnastics, have them contact our office and we can book them for an assessment (over 7 years).

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