Kids & Juniors
So Why Is Jujutsu So Good For Children?
Jujutsu has a range of benefits for kids that can help them not only while they’re growing up but also at school and even later on in life. Martial arts can help kids:
Feel more confident as they achieve new belts and grades
Learn how to focus and concentrate as they learn new moves
Have fun through games and martial arts
Classes For school years 2 and below
Holy Trinity Lamorbey Church of England Primary School - Sunday's 9.30 to 10.30. This class is now fully booked
For kids who like to have fun! Conquest Martial Arts helps children learn jujutsu through games and exercises – building new skills and helping them to develop.
All children are welcome no matter what age or level of ability.
Our instructors are:
DBS Checked and fully insured
Experienced with teaching children
Professionally trained martial arts teachers
Classes For school years 3 to 11
Holy Trinity Lamorbey Church of England Primary School - Sunday's 10.30 to 11.30
Developing coordination, flexibility, strength and mobility are a primary focus throughout our lessons, along with building determination and resilience. We vary our lesson content to keep the students engaged and stimulated, all the while having fun and learning.
Our lessons also include bullying awareness and personal safety. We love seeing students grow in confidence and self-assurance.
Techniques based on the principles of Jujutsu are slowly practiced. For this age group, we start to bring in some more advanced pad and ground work (though no previous experience required).
A typical class consists of a warm up, mobility drills, striking practice on pads and self defence techniques.
Martial Arts Helps With...
Martial arts helps teach students the art of self-discipline. Martial arts teaches the restraint and patience required to work and accomplish goals.
Goal setting is a fantastic way to focus and achieve positive outcomes. Martial arts helps students with self-improvement in a fun supportive environment.
Listening skills are key in martial arts in order to properly follow the instructor's guidance. Students get to practice listening one-to-one as well in groups, and demonstrate or try out the moves they have learned.
Our lessons help our students get away from screens and sofas by encouraging them to be more physically active whilst having a fun and sociable time. Learning martial arts is a full body workout for both body and mind
Martial arts teaches students appropriate respect for themselves and others.
Increasing self-esteem and confidence
When a student masters a new skill or move it boosts their confidence and provides a real sense of achievement. Working their way up through the ranks shows that commitment and hard work pays off, and they have something to be confident about.
A common misconception of martial arts is that it promotes aggressive behaviour but in fact it is quite the opposite. It teaches students peaceful, non-violent resolution skills and emphasises that physical altercations must be avoided unless being attacked or physically assaulted.
If these skills are something you feel would benefit your child, please contact us to arrange a chat or simply book your FREE TRIAL and come along to experience all that we can offer.
We like all parents to stay and watch the class so you can see the benefits of the training that Conquest Martial Arts offers.
"Both our children learn jujitsu here, our son is visually impaired and it has not been a problem for the instructors, they have taken on this challenge with enthusiasm and our son's confidence has soared, both our children love it here, the instructors are friendly encouraging and extremely knowledgeable and there is a good laugh to be had in their relaxed approach to teaching, fantastic place to learn and flourish"
Once Weekly - £30.00 per month
Twice Weekly - £55.00 per month
2 Family Members - Once Weekly - £50.00 per month
3 Family Members - Once Weekly - £80.00 per month
2 Family Members - Twice Weekly - £100.00 per month
3 Family Members - Twice Weekly - £150.00 per month