We have a range of classes to suit all    pre-school aged children.

Please check out all the classes below

 Under 3s sessions


Mondays 11:30am - 12:10pm 

This session is designed for mixed ability children who are at different stages of their physical development

A fun and exploratory session for our youngest gymnasts to help them develop their motor skills, get used to crawling/cruising on new surfaces and becoming more confident with their movements. Specific stations will be set up around the gym for those that have started crawling/walking and for those that are more confident on their feet.

These sessions must be pre-booked. Please click below for more information and to book.


Mondays 11:30am - 12:15pm

Tuesdays 10:30am - 11:15am 

Wednesdays 1:15pm - 2:00pm

Walkers to

4 years

Parent/Toddler Gymnastics Sessions

Monday - Friday 10:30 - 11:10am

A popular session amongst our Bunny Hopping gymnasts and parents. With different themes every 2 weeks and a variety of stations set up across the gym, parents can guide their littles ones to each station which will have a different gymnastics skill to learn.

All sessions start off with a circle time song and warm up.

These sessions must be pre-booked. Please click below for more information and to book.


Independent Child sessions

3 & 4


When your child reaches 3 years old they can join one of our independent child Bunny Hoppers sessions. These sessions start getting your child ready for after school gymnastics club sessions and promotes independent learning. Gymnasts will focus more on specific gymnastics skills whilst having fun with the theme which changes every 2 weeks.

There are limited spaces in each of these classes. Please click below for more information to find out more on how to join.


12 weeks-
8 months

  Bunny Hoppers Babies 

Thursdays 11:30 - 12:10pm

A session for babies aged 8 weeks to 10 months  to come and experience a gymnastics environment. Sessions will include a variety of age related activities to aid your babies physical development. This includes exploring, playing, and stimulating their senses, reflexes and physical skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment.