Rebound therapy is a specific model of use of trampolines in providing alternative opportunities for movement, therapeutic exercise, and recreation for people with a wide range of special needs. Rebound therapy is motivating and enjoyable for all participants. It facilitates movement, promotes balance, promotes an increase or decrease in muscle tone, promotes relaxation and sensory integration. It also improves fitness and exercise tolerance and improves communication skills.
At White ash school, We follow the Winstrada Reward scheme.
Our sessions run weekly on a Tuesday PM from 3pm – 4:55pm and are planned and implemented by qualified Trampoline coaches within school with the support of school staff to deliver the sessions. These sessions are highly beneficial to the well-being and fitness of the pupils. It also provides them with the ability to gain a new skill and sporting passion. We also have a link to a local trampoline club which we can direct you to if your child does enjoy the sessions and wants to take it up as an extra-curricular activity in the evenings and/or weekend.
We follow the British Gymnastics Trampoline award scheme and work on targets and making progress through the awards weekly.