Core Judo Coaching in Schools
At Core Judo, we run a professional judo coaching service in schools, with our own syllabus designed to help your child reach their potential in judo. We run schools judo development tournaments and team events. Our development led syllabus is designed to challenge and reward your child where they are able to demonstrate their knowledge in bi-annual gradings. The emphasis is on continuous learning in an environment that is fun and safe but with a focus on discipline and hard work.
We also run technical camps during every holiday period so your child can learn more judo and improve much more quickly.
Those children that really enjoy judo are encouraged to try the club classes
At core judo we have a ‘Talent Identification’ and ‘Judo Scholarship Programme’.
Whilst we believe that there is no such thing as ‘talent’, and that hard work and resilience is the key to success, we have a scheme that earmarks children with the potential to do really well in judo. These children are identified in their schools by their coach and offered a 3 month free trial in the Core Judo Academy.
"The Judo program that core judo has brought to our school is excellent.
Our parents have the highest regard for the program and our students are thriving."
Bob Bulloch - Head of sports ACS International School Egham
"The standard of coaching is outstanding and the coaches are totally committed to the children."
Steph Austen - PE Teacher at Bishopsgate School
Core Judo 'Super Schools Squad'
Core Judo runs a free weekly judo class for 9-11 year olds who are excelling in their school class and who demonstrate the qualities of the judo moral code. These children are invited for a weekly judo session at Coworth Flexlands School - It is run by our black belt international player coaches, Julie Camachon and Ainius Azukas. Coach Jack and Henry will also attend to see their nominated players train and it is an opportunity for our most promising chidlren to get a taste of the club judo environment whilst still practising with their friends... Players who excell at the 'Super schools squad' may be invited to the club classes