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Privacy Notice

Wimbledon Gymnastics Centre - -Sponte Sua Ltd.- (“WGC”) is the data controller and is committed to complying with our legal responsibilities under data protection law. We take your privacy seriously and will ensure your personal information is kept secure.

When we collect, use, share, retain or do anything else with your personal information (known collectively as ‘processing’) we are regulated under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and are responsible as ‘controller’ of your information.


This notice applies to you if you are:


  • An existing or prospective member of our club;

  • A person with parental responsibility for a member;  

  • An existing or prospective club volunteer, official, coach;

  • fans (if you allow to sign up to marketing communications via our website).


It is important that you read this carefully as it contains key information about how we use your personal data and your associated rights.


About us


Wimbledon Gymnastics Centre is a private membership organisation. Our members are gymnasts/players or the parents (if the gymnast/player is a child). We provide the opportunity for our members/people to participate in our activities, which include recreational classes, training, camps, competitions, squads and other similar gymnastics or sports activities. 


We are registered with the national sports organisations such as British Gymnastics and England Basketball, who governs the sport, provides insurance for clubs and individual members and offers competitions and events. It is a condition of British Gymnastics and England Basketball club registration that all our club members also register as individual members of these National Bodies.


We are also affiliated to London and South Gymnastics regions who run competitions and events in which we may participate.


Information we collect about you


The categories of personal information we process includes:


  • Contact details* (members or parents and emergency contacts and address)

  • Member date of birth* 

  • Member gender *

  • Guardian names (if your child arrives or is collected by other adults rather than his/her parents).

  • Any relevant medical conditions and/or disabilities and additional related information 

  • Other relevant individual needs for example, information about learning, religious or other support needs. 

  • Any individual risk assessments (gymnasts and others if applicable)

  • Details of any reasonable adjustments or steps taken to support your individual needs.

  • How you have heard from our club and services.

  • British Gymnastics and England Basketball membership details* (which are confirmed by these National Bodies when you join or renew).   (British Gymnastics collects the above information on our behalf when you join or renew your British Gymnastics membership).

  • Gymnast attendance and achievement records 

  • Any communications from, to or relating to you

  • Details relating to standards of conduct

  • Any accident or incident reports including details of injuries 

  • IP address, browser identifier and the time of access (if you use our website and forms).

  • Bank details for members (Only if we need to refund you a fee for any particular reason).

  • Bank details for staff (When we need to make the payment for your services provided).

  • Tax status (if you have agreed for us to claim gift aid on your donations).

  • Experience, qualifications, training and confirmation that you have completed a criminal record check (prospective, coaches or existing assistants/volunteers). 


The information marked with an * above is essential for us to provide your membership. It is your choice whether you provide all the information we have requested but not providing information may affect our ability to meet you or your child’s needs and to protect their well-being. 


If you are a competitive gymnast, we record other information about you to support your training and participation in competition such as:


  • Training and technical information

  • Lifestyle information  

  • Nationality (if you are competing at international level)


If you attend an event or trip with the club, we will also collect the following information where relevant:


  • Dietary requirements and any other relevant information that we need to know to ensure your needs are met; and 

  • Passport information if the trip is abroad.

  • Any other important information necessary to each particular event if needed.


Our purposes for processing information about you 


We use the information we hold about you for a variety of purposes which are outlined below. Data protection law requires us to tell you what our legal reason is for each purpose.


Contractual purposes 

When you ask us to provide you a service, such as club membership or registration, gymnastics classes, competitions, trips or other activities or you buy a product from us we usually need to use information about you to provide this product or service; or when you provide us with your services (Coaches, Contractors, Staff), for example:


  • To contact you to confirm arrangements;

  • To notify you about changes to terms and conditions;

  • To tell you when it is time to renew membership or re-register for activities;

  • To process payments or send you receipts required;

  • To provide any particular information regarding your child’s conduct, lesson or injury.

  • To provide you with the benefits and services to which you have subscribed.

  • To provide all the necessary information (to the coaches/staff) for the daily training,  events or any other particular reason relative to your services.


We do so because in order to comply with our contract.


Legal obligations


We have a duty of care to ensure it is safe for you or your child to take part in gymnastics activities and to keep you/them safe while participating. Some individuals may be at risk of harm from participating in gymnastics activities as a result of a pre-existing condition. It is vital that you let us know if there is any reason why taking part in gymnastic activity may be unsafe prior to participation. With your agreement, we will review any information you provide and undertake risk assessments in consultation with yourself and any appropriate trained professionals e.g. medical consultants. When we ask participants to provide relevant health information such as details of medical conditions, medication needs, allergies or injuries, this is because we have a legal obligation.


If you are selected for a role at the club, we will usually obtain a reference from any appropriate organisation or individual you have nominated. 


When you tell us about any special needs such as disabilities or other support information we may use relevant information to comply with our legal obligations under the Equality Act 2010. We will review any information you have provided to help us identify any actions we can take to support inclusion. We may need to ask you for more information to help us to best meet your or your child’s needs. We will keep a record of any steps we take to support inclusion.


If you are wishing to volunteer or work for us, we may need to ask you to complete a criminal record check as we have a legal obligation to do so. We jointly control the checking process with British Gymnastics Gymnastics who is responsible for the assessment of any content on the check and will only share information with us where it is appropriate. For example, if you are considered by British Gymnastics to be unsuitable to take on the role, we may share relevant and proportionate information about criminal offences where it is deemed that while you are not considered unsuitable to take on the role, if it is considered necessary for safeguarding purposes.


When we retain information about you, even after you are no longer taking part in gymnastics activity, this is often because we are required to do so by law such as records we are required to keep for business and accounting purposes. Sometimes we are also legally obliged to share information about you with third parties. More information it provided below.


Legitimate interests 


We rely on legitimate interests for the following purposes:


  • Responding to communications, concerns or complaints and seeking feedback from you about our services.

We will use the information you provide to respond to any comments or questions you raise and where appropriate to undertake investigations into any complaints or concerns. On occasion, we may contact you to seek your views on the services we provide. 


  • Holding emergency contact information

When you join the club, we collect contact details. We also ask you to provide an emergency contact which we will use during the classes or in exceptional circumstances if we are unable to contact your primary contact number selected.


  • Maintaining attendance registers, achievement records and waiting lists

For health and safety purposes and club records, we need to maintain a register of those in attendance at training or other club activities. Records of progress against an award scheme in competitions and BAGA certificates.

If there are no places in the club, we can place you on our waiting list and will contact you using the details you provide to inform you when a place is available. 


  • Entering you into a competition and providing results

If you wish to take part in a club competition, your information (usually your name, date of birth and gender) will be used to enter you into the appropriate category and your score will be recorded. Results of competitions maybe published on our website and British Gymnastics website.

If you wish to enter a competition organised by another gymnastics body, including British Gymnastics, home country NGB, Regional and County Gymnastics Association we will provide your information to the organiser to enable you to take part in the competition or event that they are organising.


  • Collecting additional information to support a participant attending a club trip

Occasionally we organise residential events or trips. If you or your child registers for one of these events, we will need to collect additional information, that may vary dependent on the specific activities and whether they involve meals and travel. Additional information we require may include passport information and any other relevant information necessary to provide support whilst away from home.


  • Monitoring performance and undertaking fitness assessments

If you or your child are/is a competitive/elite/squad gymnast, we will need to collect additional information about you/them. We track and monitor gymnast’s performance in training, trials and competition and undertake regular fitness assessments. We may require additional information about lifestyle and education if you or your child are/is training at an elite level and requires time out of school or lifestyle.


  • To monitor that you have completed any required safeguarding training and criminal record checks

If you undertake a role where a criminal record check and safeguarding training are required, we will receive confirmation from British Gymnastics if your check is approved and that you have completed the required safeguarding training. 


  • Filming for coaching purposes 

On occasion, we may film gymnasts e.g. during a gymnastics session for coaching purposes. Videos taken at training sessions for individual coaching purposes will not be used for any other purpose without prior consent.


  • Photography and filming at large club events to promote the club

We may take photos at club events to promote the club on our website, club social media account and in communications. At our large club events such as our annual club competitions and club display we may film the event to create a DVD. Any images of children will be published in line with our safeguarding policy and British Gymnastics and England Basketball safeguarding policy.


Let us know if you do not wish to be filmed or photographed or do not want your image to be published. While we can usually take steps to prevent you from being photographed or filmed at small club events, please bear in mind that at our large public events -Anual Gala “ Southern Moves Festival”-, it may be difficult to avoid capturing you in footage. However, we always review all photographs prior to publication.

If we are filming or taking photos for any other purpose, we will ask for your consent.


  • Running and monitoring our club website and social media

We will monitor how our website is used by tracking the articles that you open and how you move around the site. This will help us to understand what information is most useful and helps to improve the site. For more information read our cookies policy Here.



  • Using CCTV for security and crime detection/prevention. Some of the renting venues might have use cameras for security and crime detection. Please refer to each venue’s manager for more information.


We have carried out a legitimate interest assessment (LIA) to ensure that the above processing is necessary and is carried out in a way that ensures a balance between the club’s interests and your individual interests, rights and freedoms with appropriate safeguards, especially to protect the interest of data subjects who are children. 

You have a right to object to the use of your information for any purposes we undertake based on legitimate interests. Further information is provided in the section below on individual rights. 




We rely on consent in the following circumstances:


  • To use your email or telephone numbers for marketing purposes.

  • To take photographs and video at a small club -Parents open days- event or training for publication.

       With your consent, we may also take photos during training or at small club events to promote the club on our website, club social media account and in communications. 

       All film and photos of children will be published in line with our safeguarding policy.

  • To claim gift aid                                                                                                                                                                                                    When we accept any donations from donors who pay tax in the UK with your agreement. 


When you have given us your consent for your personal information to be used for a particular purpose, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time, which you may do by contacting us using the contact details below. (If you provided any consent/s for a specific purpose as part of the information you provided on our behalf through the British Gymnastics membership platform, these consents can be withdrawn at any time by logging into your British Gymnastics account).  Your withdrawal of consent will not affect any use of the data that was made before you withdrew your consent.


Special categories of personal data

Special categories of personal data are a category of information that is more sensitive and requires greater protection. Some of the information we process falls into this category (e.g. health/medical data or any information you provide to us about a disability or your religion, race or gender identity). It is unlawful for organisations to process this type of information unless an additional legal condition applies. We will only process this type of information if one of the following applies:


  • You have given your explicit consent or have made this information public;

  • We are required to do so to establish, exercise or defend a legal claim;

  • We are required to do so to comply with employment or social security or social protection law;

  • There is a substantial public interest in doing so; or

  • It is in your vital interests and you are unable to provide consent e.g. if you are unconscious or do not have sufficient mental capacity.




With your consent, we will send you [our newsletter and other information about our activities, services and products that we think might be of interest to you based on our age, interests and experience]. We will send you this information by email.


You can ask us to stop sending you this information at any point by email, letter or phone. It may take up to 21 days for this to take place. 



Why we share information about you


We have a legitimate interest in sharing your personal information with British Gymnastics and England Basketball to ensure the sport is safe and well-governed and where relevant to access support and advice.


We may also be required to share your personal information in the following reasons:


  • Complying with legal and/or regulatory responsibilities

       We may be required to share information with bodies such as Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC), Health & Safety Executive (HSE),  Police and Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). We may also share information with other organisations to safeguard children. Any information that is shared will be strictly limited to what is required to ensure children are protected from harm and will be carried out in accordance with the law and relevant government guidance. 

  • Insurance 

  • Obtaining legal or professional advice

  • Obtaining a service from a third party

       All service providers are contractually required to ensure your information is secure and cannot use this information for their own purposes. Where we are required to share information with them to provide the service, we only disclose information that is strictly necessary to deliver  the service.


Except for the above, will only share your information with any other third parties with your prior agreement.


Transfers of data out of the EEA


We may transfer your personal information to countries which are located outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for the follow purposes:


  • To United States in order to provide an e-marketing service. This service is provided by Mailchimp and Wix, who are certified as adhering to the EU-US Privacy Shield.  For more information, please see MailChimps Privacy Policy;  Wix.


We will not transfer your information to any other country or organisation outside the EEA unless there is a European Commission adequacy decision for the specific country to which the data is transferred or where we can be certain that there are adequate safeguards provided for your information and individual rights standards that meet the GDPR requirements.



Individual rights


You have important rights under data protection law. In summary these include:


  • To be informed about how your information is processed (set out above)

  • To access any personal data held about you

       You have the right to access the personal information we hold about you. You can also request a copy of any other information we hold by writing to us using the contact details below.


  • To have your data rectified if it is inaccurate

       If you think that any of the information we hold is inaccurate, you can ask that corrections are made. We will either make the requested amendments or provide an explanation as to why we are not making changes


  • To have your data deleted (except if there is a valid lawful reason to retain it)

       If you do not renew your membership or cease to have a relationship with the club, we will delete any information you provided within six years according the UK tax Law (which any financial/accounting records need to be retained for this period).


       Video footage that has only been taken for coaching purposes will be retained only for as long as it is required for that purpose and in most cases, will be deleted within one month. If we require to keep this footage for longer than a month we will notify you and we will do this under  your consent.


       Photographs and other video footage captured for promotional purposes will be retained for up to four years. After this time, they will be deleted unless we consider them to be of public interest and should consequently be archived for historical purposes. Where images have been published on social media, these platform providers may continue to process your data after the retention period has lapsed.


       You have a right to request the deletion of your information in advance of the above retention periods. We will delete this information unless there is a lawful reason for the information to be retained.  


  • To have your information restricted or blocked from processing

       If you object to processing, we will restrict the processing of your information for the purpose to which you are objecting whilst we review your objection. 


  • To portability 

       If you wish to move to another club, after you inform our club of your decision, you can transfer your information to another club registration  by logging into ‘My Account’ on the British Gymnastics system.  Alternatively, if you wish to leave the club, the information you provided on behalf of our club will be archived on the British Gymnastics system for 60 days and will be deleted after this has lapsed. During this period, you can transfer your information to another club. This may be limited to your club membership. Note: When our club receives the information that you/your child will not continue training in our facilities, our Admin team will contact British Gymnastics after your last class -in our club- to delete your child’s/your information and membership from our BG Club  registration/membership page. 


  • To object to:                                                                                                                                                                                                              > Any processing based on legitimate interests 

      The right to object is specific to the data subject’s particular situation. We will stop processing your personal data unless we can demonstrate  compelling legitimate grounds for the processing, which override your individual interests, rights and freedoms or we need to continue to process your information in connection with a legal claim. You can object via our website, email or post letter. 


      > Your personal information being used for direct marketing activities. You can object to our direct marketing activities by unsubscribing from the relevant communication as described above in the marketing  section of this notice. 


Click here to learn more about your rights.


To exercise any of your rights or if you have any questions about our privacy notice please contact us at: 


While we hope to be able to resolve any concerns you have about the way that we are processing your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) if you believe your data has been processed in a way that does not comply with the GDPR or have any wider concerns about our compliance with data protection law. You can do so by calling the ICO helpline on 0303 123 1113 or via their website.


Keeping your personal information secure 


We have appropriate security measures in place to prevent personal information from being accidentally lost, or used or accessed in an unauthorised way. We limit access to your personal information to those who have a genuine reason to need to know it. Those processing your information will do so only in an authorised manner and are subject to a duty of confidentiality.

We also have procedures in place to deal with any suspected data security breach. We will inform you and the ICO of any personal data breaches in line with our legal obligations.


Changes to the privacy notice 


We keep our privacy notices under regular review. This privacy notice was published on 14th June  2023.




A>  By signing the Medical and Enrolment Form, the parents/guardians/participants agreed with this Terms and Conditions of             Wimbledon Gymnastics Centre (WGC) and SPONTE SUA LTD (SSL) and declare that the information provided on the form is accurate and up to date. Any changes will be notified to WGC - SSL-  immediately.  


B> FEES:  The Parents or participants shall pay the Annual Membership and the Term Fee before the termly deadline in order to        reserve the same class for the following term.  After the deadline the club reserves the right to charge 10% on top of the term fee to all regular children who made late payments. As well as that unpaid places might be offered to new clients.

If you pay after the deadline, we recommend to contact the office to check the new availability and the fees.                                                 All payments recieved once the term has started will incur an extra adminsitration cost of £10.

               If  attending a trial class, the rest of the payment must be made 24 hours after the trial class to secure the place.

The Trial class and annual membership are not refundable. The trial class can not be changed for another day. 

Annual Membership: The club's annual membership runs from September to the end of August of the following year. 

Each July, in order to book the classes for the Autumn term, the fees for the membership has to be made together with term fees to reserve the place.

B-1> If your child can not continue the following term, it has to be notified by email -once the new registration is opened- in order to not     be liable of any extra fee from the new term.


C> Insurance: The gymnast must have the British Gymnastics membership up to date to attend the gymnastics classes at WGC -SSL-.


D>  Consumers have the right to withdraw the Term Fee during the first 14 days from the date the transaction has been made. The fees can not be refunded, nor credited after the term/classes has been started.


E>  In case there is any missing class regarding a medical condition, call the office to see if it is possible to recover the missing class.       If there is a place available to recover a missed class, a medical certificate will be required. For any other particular reason (Holidays, birthday parties, etc.) WGC will not provide extra recovering classes.         

In the event that the class has to be canceled by the company, WGC will provide at least 2 different sessions to recover the class. In this case no refund will be available.  If the class cannot be recovered from WGC,  a credit for the next term will be provided.      


F> The Parents/Guardians/Participants/Coaches shall indemnify and keep indemnified Wimbledon Gymnastics Centre- SSL- against all loss of liability, profit, cost and expenses, which WGC may incur directly or indirectly as a consequence of any action or inaction of the Parent, Participant and/or Coaches, Assistants or Directors or any Staff.


G> WGC has no responsibility in any expense, loss or damage incurred by a participant/coach/parent during  the class and/or in the premises. 


H> All parents/guardians/Adult participants/coaches must sign in and out every session.


I>  Agreeing to this Terms and Conditions you shall not during the training with WGC-SSL- or after the termination  of the agreement, disclose to any other person or any other third party who may be involved in the same or similar  business as WGC of the confidential matter or information relating to the club or persons at the club in any matter whatsoever.


J> Wimbledon Gymnastics Centre will not accept any kind of rudeness or misbehaviour of any participant/parent/coach/ and the person involved will be require to leave the premises.  


K>  In case of an incident has been occurred, the parent and/or coach can claim against WGC -SSL- within 30 days of  the date of the incident has taken place. The claim has to be made in writing. If any claim is received after this period of time, WGC -SSL- reserves the rights to negate such claim.

L> Website format. Please note that full information can be found in our main website format for Computers, tablets or laptops.               We have reduced and simplified the information shown in the mobile's format.


2- TRIAL CLASSES for children:


A> We recommend to attend a trial class on the same day and class that your child wants to commit during the term.

     The club office will only offer a trial class if a place is available to continue during the term.

B> The trial classes will be withing a regular class. Trial classes are not separated. 

C> All Trial classes -all ages- are drop off.

D> Gymnastics and Dance Classes trial class uniform: Girls t-shirt and leggings or a leotard if you already have. Boys T-shirt and shorts.

      Fitness: T-shirt, sports shorts or leggings.

     Jewellery: Same rules will be applied to the trial classes. Please see Participants obligartions.

E> Once the term has started no changes of classes in days or times can be made. In the case that the compamy has some places available and the company agrees to change the class day or time, an admin fee will be requested for this change.

F> The trial class fee has to be paid in advance prior to the trial class date and it is not refundable or exchangable. 

G> During the trial class the children will be assessed: the skills execution and technique, how well can interact and behave with the coaches and other children in the class, if understand the explanation of the coach, how fast can improve in the technique execution,         if can attend the training without the parents or tutors inside the gymnastics centre -mainly for children under 6 y/o-.

H> All trials and recreational classes are run for 1 hour.

I> After the trial class the places offered will be reserved for 48 hours. Please complete and transfer the rest of the term fees during this period to reserve your child permanent place.


3- TRIAL CLASSES for Adults:


A> We recommend to attend a trial class on the same day and class that you want to commit during the term.

     The club office will only offer a trial class if a place is available to continue during the term.

B> The trial classes will be withing a regular class. Trial classes are not separated. 

C> All Trial classes are for the participants only and family can not remain around the sport hall. The clubs/schools does not have a waiting area to stay or watch.

D> Gmnastics Classes trial class uniform: Ladies: t-shirt and leggings or a leotard if you have. Men: T-shirt and sport shorts.

     NO Jewellery: Same rules will be applied to the trial classes. Please see Participants obligartions.

E> Once the term has started no changes of classes in days or times can be made. In the case that the compamy has some places available and the company agrees to change the class day or time, an admin fee will be requested for this change.

F> The trial class fee has to be paid in advance -at least 48hrs-  prior to the trial class date and it is not refundable or exchangable

G> During the trial class you will be assessed: the skills execution, your physical condition and gymnastics skills technique. Inside the group lesson you will receive general and individual corrections acording your execution.

H> All trials and recreational classes have a duration of 1 hour.

I> IMPORTANT: Please follow the coach's instruction and teaching during the class for your own safety. It takes time to achieve new     skills. Attempting skills that you might have done in the past or you have never tried before can put at risk your and the coach's safety. 

J> After the trial class the places offered will be reserved for 48 hours. Please complete and transfer the rest of the term fees during       this period to reserve your permanent place.





A>  Children and participants shall not enter into the training area without a coach being present or to work into an apparatus without       the coach supervision.

B> Participants shall be on time to the classes, ready to start. Late arrivals will not be accepting in the classes. ​

C> Participants are not allowed to leave the premises without permission from the Head Coach or coaches for security reasons.​

D> The participants/coaches have to notify to the Head Coach or Director of any particular situation of the  participant/coach that could affect the daily training. In case of suffering from any contagious disease the  child/participant must not attend the class.  

E> Wimbledon Gymnastics  reserves the rights to exclude of the centre any participant for a limited or indefinitely time, in case of breaking the rules of safety and/or wellbeing.  Racist behaviour, physical or mental abuse, insults, rudeness, bulling are prohibited  by any gymnast.​​​

F>  No jewellery or accessories (including watches, necklace, rings, belts, bracelets, etc.) must be worn during the class. If earing can     not be taken off, it has to be covered with a plaster. If religions bracelet can not be taken off it has to be covered with a sport wrist band.

G> Participants should respect the club coaches, accredited tutors, staff and other gymnasts during the trainings.

When representing Wimbledon Gymnastics and Sponte Sua Gym at competitions, galas/shows, festivals and any other official event, must being professional and respectful at all times.

H>  Gymnasts Uniform: GIRLS:  WGC leotards, if wearing leggings or shorts (It has to be plain navy or black appropriated for Gymnastics ideally velour, cotton is acceptable but no Lycra), may wear gymnastics shoes. Hair well tied up, no plastic or metal headbands.

                                      BOYS: WGC leotards and shorts. May wear WGC T-shirts, gymnastics shoes or bear feet.    

      Basketball Uniform: Girls and Boys: WGC T-shirts and navy basketball or sport shorts . Trainers appropiated for Basketball.




A> All parents shall provide a contactable phone number when the children are in the class.  ​

B> All children must be brought and picked up from the Sponte Sua Gym reception area by their parents/guardian. ​

C> The classes are drop off for all the groups.​

D> The parents/guardians must arrive to the reception area to pick up their child/children before the class finishes.  ​

E> WGC -SSL- is not responsible for the children in the changing rooms or premises before or after their regular classes. Before and   after the classes and while on the premises, the children are under the responsibility of their parents/guardians.​​

F> WGC -SSL- is not responsible for the children (out of their training sessions) who arrive and leave the training premises on their own. WGC requires a previous written authorisation from the parents/guardians allowing their children to arrive and leave the centre on their own.​

G> In case of more than 10 min. delay in the picked up, the parents will be charged for extra time: Up to 30 min. delay: £10.                   From 30 min to 1 hr. delay: £20. More than 1 hs delay: £30.        ​

H> Parents, guardians or friends are required to leave the training area once the class starts. The classes are a drop off  so we recommend the parent not to stay around the training area for a better and safety training of the children. The children are not completely focused if they can see parents around the gym halls during the lessons.  ​

I> Photography and Filming: It is not permitted to take pictures or film your own child/children or any other participant or coach during      the regular classes. During the open parents class you can take pictures or film only to your child/children.

J> Parents must give support to their children and not put them under pressure about their improvement. Every child improves in a different way.

K> The parents must inform the club if the child will continue or not the following term, once the information of the new term has been sent, before the deadline which is stated in the new term information attachment.




A> Coaches/Accredited Tutors shall be on time to the classes, ready to start and  must never leave the groups 

unattended at any time in the gymnastics facilities/halls.​

B> Coaches/Accredited Tutors need to teach according their BG level and support the gymnasts correctly according the skills and situations.​

C> The coaches/Accredited Tutors have to notify to the Head Coach or Director of any particular situation of the coach that could       affect the daily training. In case of suffering from any contagious disease the  child/participant must not attend the class. 

D>  No jewellery or accessories (including watches, necklace, rings, belts, bracelets, etc.) must be worn during the class.  ​

E> Uniform: WGC T-shirt, Polo and tracksuit pants. Long hair tied up. Trainers, gymnastics shoes.  ​

F> Coaches/Accredtited Tutors need to be at all time correctly dress, clean and tidy.​

G> Coaches/Acredited Tutors should know their training lesson plans in advance, before the classes start.


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