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After school clubs and trampolining

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debs40 Wed 23-Sep-09 21:19:16


Someone posted a while back about after school activities.

My 6 year old DS hates swimming, anything organised or structured with people who are 'shouty' wink and anything which requires too much obvious coordination.

The last 3 weeks we have been going to a trampoline club at the local leisure centre and he LOVES it grin.

It is in their sportshall and I can stay and watch and he waits patiently for his turn and just giggles his head off while he does his jumping.

I thoroughly recommend it.

Isn't it weird how finding an afterschool club sort of makes you feel you're doing something a 'normal' mum and son would do. I nearly cried as he did a new jump perfectly for the first time today - all full of smiles.

PipinJo Wed 23-Sep-09 21:26:26

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

debs40 Wed 23-Sep-09 21:33:08

He has hypermobility and proprioceptive problems which is linked isn't it??

Embrace Wed 23-Sep-09 21:35:24

Yes it is linked. Trampoling and swinging are really good

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