High Peak Trampolining & Rebound Therapy Club is based at Bounce and Cheer Education (BACE), Glossop

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The information below is for all club members of High Peak Trampolining & Rebound Therapy Club and includes the following activities and programmes:

  • Group Club sessions (Infinity, Aerodynamics, High Flyers, Flying Ninjas, Galaxy)
  • 1:1 Sessions in Trampolining & Rebound Therapy
  • Gym Inc (Inclusive Gymnastics Programme)

For all other activities that take place at BACE please ensure you contact the relevant club/visit the webpage

Following the Lockdown and enforced closure of indoor leisure facilities and clubs, we are now in a position to provide reopening information. We are following guidance from our sporting governing body British Gymnastics whilst meeting the needs of our diverse membership.We are unable to return to the exact timetable we had earlier on in the 2019-2020 season due to social distancing requirements, so we have a club specific plan with several phases and will continue to review these phases as time progresses.

Safe Return Phased Timetable

From 12th April we are reopening our weekly club activities.

ESSENTIAL Member Information Summary – we have provided a video on our Facebook page and Instagram on the new reentry system.

  1. Use toilet facilities at home before the session
  2. Bring essential items only – A FULL Drinks bottle and Jumper/Coat
  3. Arrive for your session and wait outside in a car or designated waiting area
  4. Your coach will let you know when you can enter the building
  5. Sanitise hands using outside station
  6. Enter through BACE Reception - Lounge – Hall
  7. Leave your shoes and belongings in the designated area
  8. Enjoy your session
  9. Leave via the same route: Hall-Lounge-Reception – taking your essential items with you

We politely request that parents/carers provide the relevant age and ability support to ensure these guidelines are followed.

Reassuring you

We have taken many steps to ensure we can return to club activities.  We have shared our key documents and information listed with you so you are fully informed. We are happy to answer any of your questions if this information does not answer them - but please read this information first.

BACE Facility Reopening Overview

HPTRTC Phase 2 Safe Return Risk Assessment


Will the toilets at BACE be open?

Yes there will be one allocated toilet (and the accessible toilet) but we are asking members to minimise the usage by using their home facilities first.

How many participants will there be in each session?

Max 12 per group, each group will be split into 4 smaller sub groups with a max of 3 per sub group

What activities will be available?

The sessions will be TRAMPOLINING & FLOOR GYMNASTICS based.

Will new members be able to join?

We are welcoming new members  if spaces are available - please send all enquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

As a parent will I be able to stay during the session?

If you are accompanying a member who requires support – one essential adult will be able to accompany the member in line with our regular protocols .

There will be no allocated waiting space in the lounge or reception area – these areas are a ‘Corridor only’.

Parents are welcome to wait in vehicles outside the building but if the external doors are open we ask politely that you do not distract the participant as this can lead to a health and safety issue – in line with our normal club procedures.

I am a member of the Leadership Academy – will I be actively involved as a coach?

Weekly leaders are returning. Holiday leaders will be updated in due course

Will the coaches be providing physical support?

Following government guidance and advice from British Gymnastics and Rebound Therapy – all coaches have to retain an appropriate distance from participants. We understand that some of our members can only participate with our physical support, we will be in contact to discuss this individually if this applies to you. Coaches will be teaching from the side of the trampoline, and are able to use push in mats which will be sanitised between each members use.

Is PPE required? Will coaches be wearing PPE?

It is not recommended to exercise in face coverings or similar. If members want to wear any upon arrival this must be provided by the individual. Coaches and leaders do not have to wear will PPE to teach in but may choose to do so.  We also have this available in emergency situations as per the risk assessment

What are the cleaning protocols?

British Gymnastics have provided clear guidance on cleaning protocols and these will adopted and adhered to. This involves ‘inbetween session santising’, daily and weekly advice. We have scheduled our sessions to allow for appropriate cleaning - please help us keep to these timescales by dropping off and collecting your son/daughter on time.

Will the water machine be available?

Yes this will be turned on and available for use. However we are insisting that each member arrives with a full drinks bottle so that the usage of this is minimised at this stage. We are unable to provide cups.

Will Emergency First Aid be administered if required?

Yes we will follow all of our regular first aid procedures and have extra PPE available if required.

My child/the person I support doesn't require physical support but they have specific needs that may need to be addressed. Will they be able to access these sessions?

We would encourage you to speak to us directly about this. Where possible we will adapt the sessions so members can return.

Do we need to leave contact details to ensure we are meeting the needs of the government Track and Trace process.

All of the participants attending the programme are existing members of the club, we have all essential contact information adhering to GDPR so no further information is required. The NHS Covid App QR code is displayed for people to use