Welcome to Beth Tweddle Gymnastics, where we work with schools to improve the provision of gymnastics and ensure the sport is embedded for future generations. 
Trusted by hundreds of schools nationwide, our National Curriculum programme has been successfully delivering gymnastics to thousands of children around the UK for the past 10 years, allowing children from all backgrounds and abilities to experience the joy of gymnastics in the comfort of their own school.
As a teacher, head teacher or educator, you may be aware of the importance of using the PE and Sport Premium to secure improvements in key indicators, such as increasing confidence, knowledge, and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport, engaging all pupils in regular physical activity, raising the profile of PE and sport as a tool for whole school improvement, offering a broader experience of a range of sports and physical activities to all pupils, and increasing participation in competitive sport.
We understand that achieving these key indicators can be challenging, which is why we offer the Beth Tweddle Curriculum Programme that provides staff with CPD over the course of a school term to increase their knowledge, skills, and confidence to deliver gymnastics in primary school. Our programme is designed to support teachers and staff in providing high-quality gymnastics lessons that engage and inspire pupils of all ages and abilities.


What do we do at Beth Tweddle Gymnastics?

At Beth Tweddle Gymnastics, we offer opportunities for children to try gymnastics in a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment, which can help to raise the profile of PE and sport in your school community. We believe that offering pupils the chance to participate in school lessons, outside competitions and "Have a go" events is essential for broadening their experiences of a range of sports and physical activities. Our team is dedicated to working closely with schools to tailor our approach to meet the specific needs and requirements of each individual school.
Our approach also includes embedding physical activity into the school day through encouraging active travel to and from school, active break times, and holding active lessons and teaching. We understand that physical activity is a key element of a healthy lifestyle, and we are committed to supporting schools in their efforts to promote physical activity and healthy living.

In addition to the above, we also offer targeted activities or support to involve and encourage the least active children. Our team is passionate about ensuring that all children have the opportunity to participate in physical activity and experience the benefits of gymnastics.
So, if you are looking for a partner to work with your school to improve the provision of gymnastics, Beth Tweddle Gymnastics is the perfect choice. We are committed to providing high-quality gymnastics lessons and experiences that engage and inspire pupils of all ages and abilities, and we look forward to working with you to embed gymnastics in your school for future generations.

For further information on how Beth Tweddle National Curriculum Programme works in line with the PE and Sports premium funding, please do not hesitate to contact Samantha on: Samantha.scotland@btgymnastics.co.uk


Don’t just take our word for it...

Beth Tweddle National Curriculum has been recognised by Ofsted, stating that; “Good use has been made of government funding to develop sport and physical education with Olympic medallist Beth Tweddle’s programme visiting the school. Pupils are more involved in competitive sport and competitions than previously and their sporting skills have improved."

Ofsted Requirements in Ofsted’s 2018 report, Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman noted: “Commonly, when schools had offered specialist training on specific physical activities (such as gymnastics, swimming and dance), this had increased teachers’ confidence to teach. Some schools reported that teachers being more knowledgeable had increased take-up of that sport.”



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