MEET THE TEAM
Head Coach & Club Chair
Stephanie Osborn is a level 3 trampoline club coach and judge. She has performed, coached and judged in trampoline for many years. Some of her successes have been at county and regional level. Stephanie feels it is now time to give something back to the community that has helped her strive to the career she has today, which is why she has set up Big Jumps TC.
Stephanie also has a BSc (Hons) in Sport Development and Coaching along with obtaining her PGCE for physical education at secondary level.
Club Coach & Club Welfare Officer
Katie Spencer is a level 3 trampoline club coach and judge. Katie is also the coach for the University of Lincoln's Trampoline Team. She has many years involvement within the sport in both the competitive arena and coaching. Trampoline is her passion and her attention to detail is second to none.
Katie is also the clubs primary welfare officer. Her details can be found up in club or on this website under the 'About Us' tab.
Jemma Goacher is a fully qualified level 1 trampoline coach. Jemma has been involved in trampoline for many years as a participant and competitor. With this she has gained invaluable knowledge and insight to the sport that helps all members from a recreational level to competitive. Jemma is also the club's trampolinist's 'voice' and works with the members in focus groups to gain feedback about their training to improve and instil high quality coaching.
Club Welfare Officer & Parent Volunteer
Kathryn (known to members as Katie) is a fully qualified club welfare officer for the club. Katie is also a parent volunteer and helps out in sessions to support club coaches.
Katie's contact details can be found up in club or on this website under 'about us' tab.
Trampoline Proficiency Coach
Trampoline Level 1 Coach
Odd Socks Supporter
Bov joined Trampoline a few years ago when his sons shone within the sport. He is very knowledgeable in all stuff’ #bovknows. He is super fun to be around and an absolute asset to big jumps we don’t know what we would do without him.