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Development and award programmes for Rebound Therapy and all levels of gymnastics and trampolining.

Class record sheets and wallcharts can be downloaded below.

The trampoline programme: comprises of 10 general levels or grades. Grade 1 is the most elementary and grade 10 is more advanced.
Grades 1, 2 and 3 of the trampolining programme are ideal for Rebound Therapy, pre-school children and people with special needs. and were compiled in association with '' - who are the official UK body and international consultancy for Rebound Therapy. Grades 1, 2 and 3 are based on the Rebound Therapy coach / teacher training course.
Most mainstream school age children start the trampoline programme on grade 3, although some teachers like to start everyone on grade 1.
The trampoline programme also has three additional advanced grades; A1, A2 and A3.

The gymnastics programme comprises of 10 general levels or grades. Grade 1 is the most elementary and grade 10 is more advanced.
It also has additional grades: three 'Primer' grades which are suitable for pre-school age children and those with additional needs, and three advanced grades.

We provide wall charts for reference, and class check-off sheets for teachers and instructors to measure and record progress. See below.

A badge and certificate award is available for the achievement of each grade. These can be ordered either online or by post, using the link at the top of the page. Alternatively, if you require an invoice you can email your order to

Please note: The programme and resources are only for use by qualified coaches / teachers / trainers. None of the elements or progressions shown in these sheets should be attempted without qualified tuition and supervision.

Those who wish to use trampoline grades 1 and 2 to teach people with disabilities are recommended to attend the Rebound Therapy training course. These are provided worldwide by

It should be noted that the high kneeling exercises in the trampoline grades 1 and 2 are performed whilst static or with gentle movement only. Teachers should guard against allowing students to drop into a high kneeling position.