Brandon Ju Jitsu Club
Monthly Report, April 2015

The new Shoman has arrived!

The new Shoman has arrived!

For the last few months I have been working on a project so people know exactly what we teach. You always hear that comment of “its judo or karate”, which is annoying as all our students have our style of Ju Jitsu on their gi. So I got customised an 8ft by 8ft portable banner made of the latest highest quality fabric. It is amazingly impressive and definitely lets everyone know who we are.

Archie Granger (Infant)

Archie Granger (Infant)

 Congratulations to Archie Granger for all the hard work and commitment to his training. Archie is a great member of the infant class, and will always help out others during the class. I am looking forward to Archie competing at this year’s championship; he has developed his Ju Jitsu Skills to a high standard.

Like all my other dojos, the infants have been working hard on their take downs and hold downs for the championship. One student I am always impressed with is Izzi Mae, who has decided to take part in the championships. It is great to see how Ju Jitsu can help any child gain confidence, and interact with other students. Welcome to two new infants to the class Noah Collins & Jack Hurrell, it is always great having 4 year olds join the class.

Anatalya Green (Junior)

Anatalya Green (Junior)

Well done to Anatalya, who was awarded student of the month. I am very proud of Anatalya, as she is sometimes the only girl in the class. But this doesn’t worry her one bit; she gets tuck in and gives the boys a hard time. Well done to Jake Tombs, who has achieved so much since he first started. Some children find it really hard to settle in and would give up. Jake is not one of those, he has stuck at it and is a great member of the class. Jake is a great student and I know he will develop into a talented martial artist.

William Bell caught in a scarf hold

William Bell caught in a scarf hold

Juniors working on their ground hold drills

Juniors working on their ground hold drills

Ewan Adams receiving his medal

Ewan Adams receiving his medal

Congratulations to Ewan Adams for receiving a medal for all his hard work to his throwing techniques.

It is always a special moment for a student and their parents to see them rewarded for all their hard work.

Good luck to all the students, who will be competing at this year’s championship. Hopefully there might be some British Champions from this dojo. That’s me done for this month, see you all next time.

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