BP 500x158

Family Activity Session
The opportunity to take part in the range of Trampolining and Floor based activities we have at BACE. These take place at set weekend days throughout the year. A 30 minute session exclusively for your family £20 (Every additional 15 minutes = £10). For Trampoline access children must be minimum aged 5 years. Please Contact Us to find the next date available.

These sessions are suitable for most families with children aged 5 years+. They may be particularly suitable for children with additonal needs and their siblings/families.

The key activities are Trampolining, Rebound Therapy, Floor & Freestyle Gymnastic Activities.

The sessions cater for children and young people with varying needs including learning & physical disabilities and communication and sensory needs.

We enjoy meeting families and welcome interaction/participation from parents/carers where appropriate.

Please note: We do recommend that you contact us prior to your first visit so you can share with us some information about your child that will help their first session go smoothly.

Unfortunately due to the nature of the activity children and young people with the following medical conditions are not able to access the trampolining or rebound therapy element of the session. However we would encourage you to contact us so we can discuss the activities your child may be able to take part in.

  • Detaching Retina
  • Rodded Back
  • Dwarfism
  • Confirmed Atlanto-axial instability
  • Brittle Bones

If your child needs time out – we have a Sensory Room available

Families who have previously attended the sessions have provided us with the following feedback:

  • ‘BACE is a great environment where everyone is welcome’
  • ‘It is so nice to feel welcomed into a sports session where my child can take part without feeling isolated’
  • ‘My child doesn’t communicate like this in other sessions I have taken him to’

The coaching team that lead these sessions take time to get to know each child and their family and enjoy developing a rapport that can see each child enjoy and achieve in a sporting setting.