OUR COMMITMENT TO CHILD PROTECTION

“Eclipse Gymnastics is a child safe environment committed to the wellbeing, inclusion and empowerment of all children, and has systems in place to protect children. Eclipse Gymnastics has zero tolerance for child abuse.”

  • Emily Hill

COVID-19 Update 2 - March 16th, 2020


Please note the following updates from Eclipse regarding the Coronavirus:

At this stage we will to continue to run all classes as normal. This decision will be assessed on an ongoing basis as new information comes to hand.Remember that we offer make up classes at any stage during the year so if you would prefer to keep your child away from gymnastics for a session or two you will be able to make up the classes later in the year.Please keep your child away from gymnastics if they are unwell or show any of the Coronavirus symptoms. Make up classes can be done at any stage during the year. All gymnasts and coaches must wash their hands prior to entering the gymnastics area. Any partner activities in our program requiring physical contact or gymnasts to be in close proximity to each other will be replaced with a different activity. As our spectator area can get quite busy we will try to limit the amount of people in the room. It would be appreciated if some parents could drop and go or wait in your car until the class has finished. Please remember that we are not allowing anyone to use the drinking tap so children must bring their own NAMED drink bottle to classes. This whole situation is a first for everyone and we are doing our best to take precautions within the gym to keep our Eclipse community safe and updated with any relevant information. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or send an email.


Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.


For current, updated information please see https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov for information about prevention, treatment, and current government measures to address the situation.


Fact sheets and other resources are available at https://www.health.gov.au/resources/collections/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-resources.


A key preventative measure is to maintain good personal hygiene habits such as hand-washing and covering coughs or sneezes; further guidance is available at the .gov.au links above or via the World Health Organization at https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public.

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