King’s Trampolining has been an extremely successful and long standing sport with pupils from all divisions taking part. Sessions are tailored to meet the needs of all abilities from grass routes through to national level competitive trampolining. Pupils follow the British Gymnastics proficiency awards and are trained towards competitive trampolining should they wish to pursue this route.
King’s pupils have been highly successful when representing the school at Regional, Zonal and National level.
There are a number of classes available to pupils:
- Beginner senior and junior trampolinists and junior competition squad
- Junior competition squad (invite only).
- Senior competition squad
42 podium places
Harry Wallace, Collett and Pinches National Champions.
Vicky Theaker 3rd individually.
49 podium places.
In the National Trampoline Finals Lauren Whaley, Emily Carter, Charlotte Baxter and Emilia Pearce became National Champions in the Under 11 novice girls category.
Izzy Hammond 2nd at nationals and Oliver Jones 3rd.
44 podium places with 17 being national titles.
Sophie Fletcher North of Britain Champion.
Oliver Jones, Will Gem, Ben Willock and Simon Shadwell U11 Intermediate National Champions
Sophie Fletcher, Iona Whaley, Leah Shadwell, Lydia Hine U11 Intermediate National Champions
Lauren Whaley, Emily Carter, Charlotte Baxter and Emilia Pearce became national champions in the Under 11 novice girls category.
The school has won the national recognition award in 2017 and 2019.
National finalists every year since 2006
38 top 3 podium places with 15 of these being national titles
The 3 Harrys (Wallace, Collett, Pinches) have been 5 times national champions
Katie Cornish won individual national champion in 2011
Beth Burrows, Katie Cornish and Katie Fray have been 3 times national team champions.
Izzy Moores, Amy Willock, Scarlett Brough and Izzy Watkins have achieved national team champions at intermediate level
Ted Broadley, Elliot Naylor, Toby Gray, oliver Jones have been twice national team champions
Over the 9 years Rowena Moores has won King's:
7 Northwest Titles individually
8 Northwest Team titles
2 National titles (with all other years placing in the top 3 in the country)
7 National team titles