So my DD is around a level 2-3 at a pretty competitive gym (age 8). She is not moving up to competition next year. She's disappointed but okay with it. We are, too, in that I know nothing about gymnastics so if they say she's not ready, then I guess she's not ready. The issue is the coach. Her current coach is not a good fit and is terrible at communication. In telling us she wasn't moving up to competition, she gave us no feedback on what my DD needs to work on. Is the issue a lack of skills? Is it form? No idea. Even when asked what the issues were, she didn't say. We've been at the gym since my kid was 5 in both rec and more structured classes and this is the first coach we've had who has been like this. What's more, my kid doesn't seem to enjoy gymnastics under this coach as much. She occasionally - not often - asks to skip gymnastics, which had never happened under any other coach/class. I don't think her enjoyment of the sport itself has changed. We signed her up for a few privates with a coach she likes and she bubbles before and after with joy. So given that there is a chance DD will have the same coach next year, we may need to move gyms. My kid isn't a rock star, but she's very strong, very competitive and I think probably has the makings of a solid gymnast at the right gym, which this one suddenly no longer seems to be. But we've never changed gyms, ended up at the competitive one just because a friend recommended it as "safe" in terms of injuries, and now are facing all of this with COVID. Anyone have any advice on how to approach this?