Cheer Factor offers 50 hours a week of general Cheer, Tumbling for children aged 3+ through to adults - beginners through to advanced. We offer recreational classes just for fun and fitness and there are 11 Cheer Squads which train for regular competitions and special events. If you are chosen for a squad you must train for 4-9 hours a week which include Cheer and Tumbling classes. 


Cheer Squad Levels for 2017

Mini Impact Level 1 Novice 

Youth Ambition Level 1 Novice 

Youth Destiny Level 1 

Junior Devotion Level 1 

Junior Shock Level 2 

Junior Force Level 3 

Senior XLR8 Level 1     

Senior Prime Level 2 

Senior Intensity Level 4    

Senior Supremacy Level 5 

Open Excelsior Level 2 


Class Age Groups

Tinies Mum’s and Bubs

Tinies cheer 4 and Under

Pre school day class 6 and Under (Including Prep Age Children)

Minies 8 and Under

Youth  11 and Under

Junior 14 and Under

Senior 11 to 18 Years

Open 15 and Over


Cheer Squads

Competition Squads. Training for a minimum of 4 hours per week. Attendance and commitment is extremely important to develop a strong competitive squad. Options to train in 2 squads over two age groups. Competing up to 4 times over the competition season July to November. All squads perform at the end of year Showcase Performance.


Cheer Recreational

For kids wanting to have a little fun, gain fitness and build confidence. All cheerleaders work on a cheer and pom routine for the end of year Showcase Performance.



In our Tumbling classes we strive to teach athletes of all ages and ability the strength, coordination, and technique to master a range of tumble skills ranging from Level 1-5.


School Programs

Cheer Factor All Stars is able to send out coaches to your school to run one off or regular Cheer Skills clinics. Primary and Secondary. This can be run as part of a dance or physical education session. Alternatively, you're welcome to bring students into a true cheer environment and spend a day at our cheer gym.


Private Lessons

These classes are available for individuals or groups wanting to improve their abilities. Each class will have one dedicated coach.



Flyers, bases, back spot, front spot. Which is more important? These are all positions in stunt groups and they are all important and critical to the group. A flyer (the person up top) is nothing without a good strong team below lifting her up into the air and catching. It is the coachs decision as to who will be appointed to each position. We do not have favourite’s, we chose a group combination that is best suited to each child's skills.


Group/Partner Stunting

Partner Stunts, small groups of 4 - 5 cheerleaders working on skills and 1minute stunt routines.