Frequently Asked Questions

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When does Spring 2022  programs begin?

Tent Date to begin:  Monday, May 2nd  2022

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What is the cost of the program?

$160.00 (Additional $5.00)   IClass On line credit card payments are subject to a 2.99% additional fee. 

These prices are subject to credit card processing fees, but include all administrative fees & insurance)

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When can I register?

Online Spring 2022 registration is open to current Winter 2022 Students from March 7th-March 10th

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General Registration for new students will open on March 11th  and remain open until May 1st 2022.    

There will NOT be an in house Registration for the Spring 2022

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I'm currently registered for Winter 2022, but how can I transfer my enrollment to Spring 2022?

The club will email all current Winter students to notify them of early registration and have special access until the 10th of  November. 

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How long are the sessions?
Spring 2022 Program is running for 7 weeks.

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How do I register for Spring  2022?

On-line registration is opening March 7th (current Winter members), March 11th for new members and the link is on our main page of our website.  If you do not have online access, please contact the gym at 567-1603.

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Does my child need any experience?

All our programs are recreational and open to all ages. Our staff will develop groups according to age and experience.

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Is there a registration fee?

Registration for Fall, Winter and Spring terms depend on duration of program, Gymnastics Nova Scotia insurance fees and administration fees..​

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Do you offer discounts for multiple children and/or classes?

Families with three  or more children enrolled will receive a $50.00 discount beginning at the  third  child.

Children who attend two recreational classes per week will receive $50.00 discount for the second class

 

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What should my child wear?

Girl participants are required to wear a bodysuit WITHOUT any attachments, sharp elements or tutu's.

Bodysuits are available for sale at the club

Boy participants are required to wear shorts and tank top or form fitting shirts. Bare feet preferred

 

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How many children are there in each class?

With Covid guidelines, each group will be between 8 and 10 children with  one or two coaches working with them.

Every class varies, however our coach/child ratio is 6-1 for ages three to five, 8-1 for ages six through twelve, 10-1 for ages thirteen and up

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Do you do testing and are there levels?

Staff incorporate lesson plans and skill guides through the CanGym testing program.

CBGA has a guideline for age/skill level and are encorporated and monitored by higher level coach's in the gym. 

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What are your Covid Rules/Guidelines?
CBGA follows all rules/guidelines put forward by Public Health and Sport Nova Scotia and as updates are put forward, CBGA will post them on our website.
Are your coaches trained?

Yes, our coaches are trained through NCCP (National Coaching Certification Program).  Our young female competitive gymnasts volunteer on Saturday mornings while supervised by recreation coaches. Our competitive athletes are highly motivated to encourage young childrent to develop a passion for our sport.

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 Does your children need to be toilet trained for the 3+/Drop off class?
Yes, All children in our 3+ classes must be fully toilet trained for a drop off classs.

 
Do you offer Day camps On PD Days.?

 CGBA may host day camps on PD, frequently check our website for updates.

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Do parents stay during the class?
Mom/Dad and Me Programs-ONE parent/guardian permitted to attend class with their child.  If a parent/guardian has a pre-walker/infant child, they may take them to class.

Children with special needs or a medical conditions that requires continued care are required to have a person stay throughout their class.  Each individual case may differ so please check with a staff member, otherwise due to the limited space available, parents are unable to stay during class.

We do ask that children are dropped off in time for class as warm up is a crucial part of the program in an effort to eliminate the possibility of injury. Also, we ask parents to make sure to be at the gym to pick up their children five minutes prior to class ending.

 Changes to CBGA in terms of Covid 19 protocols

Each student, parent and coach are required to enter the building wearing a mask.  If you do not have a mask-you CANNOT enter the gym.  We would recommend that you drop your child off at the door or at the table where the coaches meet each child. 

Each student will have to hand sanitize when entering, go directly into their assigned group/coach where they can remove their mask to participate in their class.  Each class will meet the max number of participants, but most times the groups will work independently

Cleaning of the entire gym is completed by all the staff in between station changes.  We will open the doors 5 minutes prior to a class beginning and ask that you pick your child up promptly when class finishes. 

 

All equipment, bathrooms and common area are sprayed down during this time.  We also encourage parents to have their child attend class with minimal belongings as we are limited to locker-room access.  

Please refer to our Covid attachments on our main page for more details on protocols with Covid 19. 

MASKS:  CBGA will not mandate masks during classes for our Spring session, but we will STRONGLY recommend wearing masks until the Case numbers are very low and to put an extra layer of protection for children and staff.  We will try to update MASK changes as we get closer to approaching the Spring session and will take strong advice from Public Health and our Provincial Sport Governing Body, Gymnastics Nova Scotia.

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