All our coaches are fully qualified and insured via British Gymnastics and have extensive experience coaching the sport


I was introduced to gymnastics at the age of 3 and trained up until I was 18 years old. I competed regionally and also won the Surrey Floor and Vault competition aged 10. When I was 14 years old, I decided that becoming a gymnastics coach was something I wanted to pursue and I started volunteering at my gymnastics club. I then went on to gain my qualifications in the sport.

I was also part of a cheerleading team for 6 years and we were chosen to represent England in the World Cheerleading Championships in America. Cheerleading has a lot of aspects of gymnastics within the sport including Tumbling and Acro skills.
I run classes within schools and I also coach squad classes with more advanced children. I set up Aerial Tumbling Club to give children the opportunity to learn new skills or perfect those that they were already working on. The club is also ideal for children who just want to focus on tumbling and core floor skills.

We have a great team of qualified and dedicated coaches at Aerial Tumbling Club who all work really hard to ensure that every child is both having fun and reaching their full potential.


"Hi I’m Maddie, I did gymnastics competitively from when I was three years old for around 15 years. I started coaching as an assistant coach at the age of 14 and have gone on to coach different squads in gymnastics clubs as well as school classes. I am UKCC Level 2 qualified in General Gymnastics and Level 2 Team Gymnastics, as well as having my safeguarding and protecting children, first aid and DBS certificates.

I have been coaching now for about 8 years and I absolutely love it. It is amazing to teach children new skills and see how happy it makes them! I love sharing my knowledge and love of gymnastics with everyone I coach  and I hope that my passion for gymnastics is passed on!


"I am a UKCC General Gymnastics Level 2 qualified coach, with a safe guarding and protecting children, first aid and DBS certificate. I have been coaching gymnastics for over 7 years, starting of as an assistant coach and working my way up to a squad coach at Aerial tumbling club. I’ve loved coaching gymnastics right from the start, as it is extremely rewarding watching athletes grow as gymnasts and improving their skills on a weekly basis.

I enjoy passing on my knowledge and understanding of gymnastics onto the children I coach in order to help them excel and achieve their goals throughout their training."


"I began coaching when I was 14, initially as a volunteer, and have since worked in two clubs prior to working at Aerial Tumbling Club. During this time, I have attended the British Gymnastics Award Scheme Coaching Course in Core Proficiency, as well as completing my Level 1 British Gymnastics Coaching Course, which included safeguarding. I have also completed the Junior and Community Sports Leaders Awards.

I thoroughly enjoy teaching gymnastics as it is very rewarding when the children gain new skills or succeed at competitions. I love being able to help them achieve their goals and develop into confident, talented gymnasts."


"I'm Becky and I've been coaching for a year and a half and am a qualified Level 1 General Gymnastics Coach. I really love coaching as it gives me the opportunity to work with talented young individuals and see their skills, as well as confidence develop. Gymnastics is also a great way to connect socially and I have thoroughly enjoyed my years as both a sports acrobatics gymnast and a coach. I started coaching for Aerial Tumbling Club in January and currently coach on a Monday evening". 

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Katie Hamilton

Katie Hamilton

Assistant Coaches