Rollerskating is for people aged 4 years and above with classes conducted by an experienced coach with over 40 years of experience. This activity is structured classes where participants are taught to have confidence when skating, developing balance and coordination. You can use your own skates or we do have some sizes available for use during classes.
Are there different levels?
Rollerskating classes are lessons in precision skating, Level 1 to 5 Star Skating are obtained. It is 4 wheel skating NO blades.
Fridays 4.00pm – 5.00pm (all levels)
Saturdays 9.00am – 10.00am (all levels)
*Note – classes are not held during school holidays or public holidays and some classes may be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
How do I get started?
Rollerskating has a waiting list as it is very popular and for safety we do not overcrowd the classes. Please phone us on 9592 1232 to see if there are spots available or to be popped on our waiting list.
If you have phoned and a spot is available, purchase your Term fees here.
When attending any activity, all junior members of Rockingham PCYC must be dropped off and picked up within the building by a parent or carer. Members who ride bikes etc. to and from the centre will need to provide a note to their respective coach or coordinator.
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