All teens can benefit from personal development.
In a time where pressure often requires us to have confidence to deal with different situations and make decisions about conflicting ideas, a traditional approach, with enthusiasm to participate and take responsibility has to be beneficial.
You will be encouraged to challenge yourself but at the same time, keep in control of your own learning and sharing with others.
If you are studying any of the following:
GCSE, A Levels, GNVQ, P.E, Duke of Edinburgh, ASDAN, Scouts etc. We can integrate your KARATE training into your academic study;
2 achievements in 1!
We would be pleased to discuss how teens with disabilities and learning differences can be involved in our karate
13 – 19 All Clubs
Safe/ Small classes
Karate organised activities related to experience and knowledge
Classes are held every week
Our classes work in small groups
Karate can build on existing skills and knowledge
Karate helps develop positive social skills
15 year old male teen
I figured it was an interesting thing to start doing. It has helped me to focus and to boost my confidence, because I have to learn so much for gradings it makes me realise I can achieve my goals, as I know I have put in enough to be confidently successful. I have also completed 2 sections of Duke of Edinburgh during my karate training.
Junior Instructor Programme
- To develop insight into how our quality Karate group runs
- To develop knowledge of a professional standard and approach to teaching Martial Arts.
- To develop your confidence as a student at be an assistant instructor.
- To develop you as an individual Karateka and person for your future.
- There are 10 assignments focussing on developing knowledge and skills to become an assistant instructor within our group.