Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club - Beginner to National Competitions
Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club is a family friendly, competitive trampolineclub. with the aim to deliver trampoline gymnastics to all members to the best of their ability and compete at the highest levels within the sport.
We are a club for all and aim to attract gymnasts from all sections of the local community, irrespective of age, gender, race, religious beliefs or ability and introduce them to trampoline gymnastics.

Our Vision

Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club will provide professional trampoline gymnastics coaching for all age groups and abilities, we will provide competitive pathways that enable our trampoline gymnasts to compete in local, regional and national competitions in a safe friendly and fun environment which individuals and teams are committed and able to be the best they can be.

Our Mission

Treat everyone with dignity and respect
Every member learns the values of sportsmanship and team work
Fun, commitment and enthusiasm

We believe in our trampoline gymnasts having fun, enjoy their sport but also ask them to work hard, learn and to strive for improvement. All proficiency and pre-development coaching is conducted in a specially designed freestyle session which offers an environment geared towards the fundamentals of trampoline gymnastics and the BG's long term development plan.

The success of the club is largely due to the commitment and skill of our team qualified and dedicated volunteers coaching and management team together with the opportunities we offer to the trampoline gymnasts. These opportunities include freestyle, proficiency, pre-development squad, development squad, junior squad and senior squad.

Policies and Procedure

Safeguarding Policy

Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club complies with the BG's Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy and Procedures. National standards have  been developed by the NSPCC that aim to promote best protection so that a safe environment for children and young people is achieved.

The principle behind these standards are:

Children and young people have a right to enjoy their sport free from all forms of abuse and exploitation
All children and young people have every right to protection from harm
Everybody has a responsibility to support the care & protection from children
Sports organisations have a duty of care to children & young people who take part in sport

Code of Ethics

Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club (LITC) has adopted the BG's associated policies as part of the Club's commitment to safeguarding of trampoline gymnasts, club members and their families within the trampoline gymnastics environment.
The BG Code of Ethics, introduced as part of the BG achieving the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit Advanced Standard in Child Safeguarding, is for:
Trampoline Gymnasts
Parents
Coaches and Officials, and Committee members and volunteers who work directly with children.

Club Equality Statement

Lincoln Imps Trampoline Club is committed to the principle and practice of equality of opportunity for all in the context of their activity, regardless of age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation or any other relevant characteristic.
The Club will ensure that equality as stated in the club rules is incorporated in all aspects of its activities and also recognises and adopts the Sport England definition of Sports Equity:

Sports equity is about fairness in sport, equality of access, recognising inequalities and taking steps to address them. It is about changing the culture and structure of sport to ensure that it becomes equally accessible to all members of society, whatever their age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality or socio-economic status.

More information on copies of BG's safeguarding policies are available from:-

Downloads


LITC's Welcome form.docx (DOCX — 82 KB)







LITC's Subscriptions.docx (DOCX — 82 KB)








Head Coach:             Rosana Townsend High Performance Coach   01 522 510 893

Senior Coaches:        Liam Townsend    Senior Club Coach             01 522 510 893

Welfare Officer:        Melissa Poole                                              07 860 133 100

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