The club is a community-based group managed by a committee of the parents of the students and is located in Harraton Community centre, in Washington, Tyne & Wear, England. The club operates via a constitution and has an open door policy where all are welcome regardless of ability, disability, gender or ethnic origin. The club strives to promote an ethos of encouragement and endeavours to nurture all of its students, to be the best that they can be as people, so they are a benefit to their own communities. The Club also strives to play an active part in the community, promoting the sport of Judo at local schools and fundraising for local causes.
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CLUB NIGHT DETAILS
The Club is operates twice weekly at:
|Harraton Community Centre|
|Bonemill Lane (at the junction with Biddick Lane) |
|Tyne & Wear|
We meet on Wednesday and Sunday evenings:
|Wednesday||Primaries (under 10 years old)||6.30-7.30pm|
|Juniors & Seniors||7.30-8.30 pm|
|Sunday||Primaries (under 10 years old||6.00-7.00 pm|
|Juniors & Seniors||7.00-8.00 pm|
The first lesson is free for beginners.
Note: Discounts of 50% apply for second and subsequent family members taking part on the mat.
BJC policy is that all students must hold a valid BJC license to participate in Judo. New starters may take out a Provisional License, which costs £10 - including insurance cover and is valid for 3 months. Thereafter if the student wishes to continue with the sport, he/she must apply for a full license (the £10 Provisional fee is then removed from the full membership price and a license issud for a further 9 months. The full license then allows the students to take part in competitions and gradings. Whilst we take every care to ensure the safety of members, judo is, after all, both a martial art and a physical contact sport and it is therefore important that the student is properly licensed and insured.
BJC Licence costs as from 1st September 2013:
|Junior New Members||£21.50 plus £5.50 insurance||= £27 total|
|Senior New Members||£26.50 plus £5.50 insurance||= £32 total|
|Junior Renewals||£18.50 plus £5.50 insurance||= £24 total|
|Senior Renewals||£21.50 plus £5.50 insurance||= £27 total|
Note: Student Membership - members over 16yrs in further education pay the same as for a Junior License. University Student Membership - on production of a Student University card, the total cost is £18 for a new license and £15 for renewal. Family Membership - available to families of two or more members, first member pays full price and each other member receives a £3 discount.
Dress and personal code
As part of the dress code requirements, please ensure that your child is provided with Zoris (flip flops or sandals) These are mandatory at competitions and gradings. They are also much easier for children to put on and take off when coming to or leaving the mat.
Girls please note that a plain white tee shirt is also part of the dress code and is necessary at gradings and competitions.
Body piercings are NOT PERMITTED at any time on the mat (applies to both boys and girls)
Please note that finger and toe nails must be kept short. Nail varnish should not be worn due to protocol and safety (a trained medic can tell a lot about a person's health from their nails)
Washington Judo Club Committee
|Secretary ||Angie McDermott|
|Parent Representatives||Tony Lister|
|Tracey Sawyer- Copus|
|Student Representative ||Alex Fisher|
Washington Judo Club Coaches
|Coach||Grade||BJC Coach Qualifcation||BJA Coach Qualification|
|John Pickering ||2nd Dan||FPJ Level 1 & 2 ||UKCC Level 2|
|Tony Lister||1st Kyu||FPJ Level 1|
To contact any of the above committee members or coaches please do via email@example.com