Brief History


Opened Oct 23rd 2010 - 76 members


2011 - 4 Regional champions - 210 members


2012 - 7 Regional champions, National Medalists,   2 Members on GB National Squad, - 300 members


2013 - Numerous regional champions, 1st and 2nd Nationally, GB national squad - Moved locations - membership down to 250





2014 - Regional and National Champions, GB National squad, - members 360


2015 -Regional and National Champions, GB National squad, - members - 400


2016 - Regional, National and International Medalists, members 420







SGC in the future - European Junior championships, World artistic championships, GB Olympic Gymnastic team Member?????


Hard work pays off - Amelie Morgan - A gymnast who joined us when we began in September 2010 is now the best in the country!  Her combined score made her overall Level 3  champion in Great Britian, we are very proud. Her team mate Ellie Botterill, also here at Slough came a very close second. To have the best children in this age bracket is am amazing achievement for such a young club!

Well done to Finlay Morgan - Silver medal in his first Nationals. Out of over 60 boys, Finlay gave a fantastic perfomance to come 2nd. We have not  had all the boys kit since the move so this was an impressive achievment. Musa Siddiqqi also perfomed well to come over half way up the field. 


To see his performance click here ---> Finlay - Nationals 

Our trip to Russia was amazing. To compete along side some of the best gymnasts in the world is a dream come true for us here at SGC.

Well done to Ellie Botterill for winning level 4 voluntaries, and placing 2nd overall and earning a place on National Squad Super work from Amelie Morgan  for coming 4th in the country and also earning her place on National Squad

Medals galore at the Berkshire Womens Artistic competition, July 2012. Medals in every levels, well done girls.

“Sport has the power to change the world.

It has the power to inspire, it has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. 

It speaks to youth in a language they understand.

Sport can create hope, where there was only despair. It is more powerful than governments in breaking down racial barriers. It laughs in the face of all types of discrimination”.


Nelson Mandela

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