Our Cheer Team

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Bexx Boutle 

BGU Level 1&2 Qualified
Head Coach

Bexx has an enhanced DBS, is paediatric first aid qualified, fully insured and has undergone safeguarding training and is a qualified Cheerleading coach with BGU.

 

Head Coach Bexx has over 10 years experience in cheerleading and 8 years in coaching Cheer. she first found her love for cheerleading when she became one of Brighton and Hove Albion's Gullys Girls where she went on to become the captain and running the squad. Bexx continued to cheer for BHAFC when she went to Uni in Chichester, where she also joined the uni squad Chichester Cheetahs. This is where Bexx discovered competitive cheerleading and with the squad competed in BCA competitions in Telford and Eastbourne at level 2/3. She also won a trophy with her level 3 stunt group.

 

Spirit Elite began in May 2015, when head coach Bexx felt that there wasn’t a competitive cheerleading squad on offer for the children in Uckfield. Starting with just 3 squads Spirit Elite now has 17 squads classes are all held at our new premises click on the timetable tab to find out when they run. Recreational teams train Tuesdays and Competition Team train throughout the week. We train on a 5 panel sprung floor with specialised equipment.

Bexx has loved setting up the only competitive cheer squad in this area and has enjoyed sharing her passion for cheerleading. Still today her main aim is teach new cheerleaders the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship! 

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Abi Key

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BGU Level 1&2 Qualified
Coach for Soaring, Super and Infinity Stars

Abi has an Enhanced DBS, is first Aid Qualified, fully insured and is a qualified Cheerleading Coach with BGU. 

 

I First found my love of cheerleading when I went to Brighton University where I trialled to become a Brighton Panther. From there, I became fascinated by the sport and wanted to spread the love and excitement to others through coaching. I have competed at national level competitions in Birmingham, and Telford, this year becoming BCA Level 2 small, all girl national champions. 

 

On my professional teaching placement last year, I ran an after school cheerleading club, creating a routine for a local schools competition.

I am most looking forward to watching the athletes develop and improve not only their cheerleading skills, but also their understanding of the values of teamwork, friendship and support for each other. I am very excited to see what the future holds for the team and can’t wait to get involved. 

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Amy Hoadley

BGU Level 1&2 Qualified
Coach

I started dancing at the age of 2 when my mum took me to a dance class.I have been dancing for 14 years. I first started ballet when I was 2 and then when I was around 5 I started tap and modern have continued dance ever since.

 

Now I train in all genres of dance and am training currently at the Institute Contemporary theatre in Brighton. Which is a 2 year extended diploma in performing arts. After college I would like to qualify in acro teaching course so am able to teach acro . Also would like to take my DDE in modern, tap and ballet.

 

I have also now qualified with BGU in level 1/2 cheer so now coach cheer as well as teaching dance! I think my favourite part about teaching is when the children get their new skill they have been trying for a long time. When they learn a new skill it’s exciting for all the students as they like to watch and inspire each other.

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