Review Breakdown

Resources and Equipment
Organisation & Communication
Enjoyment Factor
Social Experience
The Committee
Value for Money

Reviews

Anonymous

Such a good friendly atmosphere to train in, you always feel welcome and it's a great way to meet new people whether you've done it before or not. The socials are excellent with a new theme each week and always ending in Sugar.

Anonymous

we could do with more equitptment to help with our tumbling. It is very organised. The exec are so welcoming and organised. Events are always planned perfectly. That coaches are always looking at ways to improve us as individuals and team.

Anonymous

There was such a range of societies at Lancaster but choosing to join Lancaster Roses Cheerleaders was the best decision I made at uni! Training twice a week was fantastic exercise and competing at Nationals was so much fun.

Anonymous

The cheer team are a really great society to join at university. Even if you haven’t done cheer before you learn about it and the different positions such as flying, basing and backing. The exercises are vigourous and can help towards increasing your fitness whilst at university even though cheerleading is not a sport at Lancaster. We have had the Privelage of performing at the opening ceremony of roses when held at Lancaster. Cheerleading is an expensive society to join as there is a uniform you have to buy and a bow to wear which is pretty but still expensive. We have to go to external gyms which are expensive and to enter the national competitions the entry fees are expensive let alone the transport to get there.

Anonymous

As far as the people in the society they are the best people socially and we have all become the best friends! However, the lack (or virtually no) support from the Student Union means that not only do we have to pay an extortionate amount of money to do something we love but also miss out on competing all year as we can’t afford to get there. As well as this they don’t offer external coaches to teach so students have to go out their way to train and run the sessions.

Anonymous

The cheerleading society at Lancs has made my experience at uni the best! I met some of my closest friends there and I couldn't imagine my uni experience without being part of cheer. They have squads for all levels so anyone can join and you have the opportunity to move up to more complex routines as you go through uni. We also compete at least one national competition a year, if not two and at Roses which is always super fun! Only issue is lack of resources and funding, which considering we're a big society the uni should really improve! But joining cheer was definitely the best decision I made when I came to uni