Women's artistic gymnastics is the perfect sport to teach your daughter coordination and confidence, develop creativity and contribute to general health and fitness. Artistic Gymnastics:
- enhances co-ordination and agility, body awareness and balance
- develops posture and confident body movement, including the ability to land safely
- enhances creativity and builds self-confidence, for sport and life
- develops strength and flexibility, for life's constant challenges
- develops healthy minds and bodies for now and later life.
Training commences in Term 1; the competition is held at the end of Term 1. Training sessions are held on three mornings a week and members are expected to attend all training sessions.
Delta Gymnastics - Boothby Street, Kedron.
The QGSSSA Gymnastics competition is held at Clayfield College in March. There may also be various lead-up competitions conducted by other schools participating in the competition.
Rhythmic gymnastics teams compete in the QGSSSA competition across a range of apparatus that may include ribbon, hoop, ball, clubs and rope. The competition is open to all ages, and students are graded on their ability rather than year level.
Teams are arranged into:
Year 7 and Year 8
B Grade: Rope, Hoop, Ball, Ribbon, Ball/Hoop teams
A Grade: Groups and Pairs teams – any apparatus.
Training commences in Term 2 and continues until the competition in August. Teams train three times a week.
Philip Harris Gym
The QGSSSA competition is held in August at Moreton Bay College, Manly.