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Iinkai can organise a club or course at YOUR school to cater for students of all ages and abilities.
Iinkai has been running Judo or Self Defence clubs and courses for almost 10 years and currently works successfully with over 60 schools.
Iinkai is Registered with Clubmark - The Government's quality standard for sports clubs.
Our Professionally Qualified Coaches all hold Enhanced DBS and Professional Indemnity Insurance.
All Coaches have also attended Child Protection Courses and hold valid First Aid Certificates.
The classes can be taught before school, during school or after school to suit you.
We are happy to take control of as much of the administration of the club as you need to make your life easier.
Students have the opportunity to grade at the end of each course or term and thus progress through the Judo belts.
Please contact us to arrange a demonstration and meeting at your school!
We have used Dave Edmonds and his team at Iinkai Judo for some years at the Abbey Junior School and find them to be totally professional in their approach to training our girls. The girls all progress well with their skills whilst having lots of fun.
Mrs Lesley Grey, Office Manager, The Abbey Junior School
As a school we have been using Iinkai Judo for the last 5 years to run an after school club for our pupils. The club has always been very well supported by both parents and children, who always enjoy the club and gain a great deal from the experience. Good organisation and helpful, friendly staff ensure smooth running and high standards of care for the children. We would definitely recommend this club to other schools.
Caversham Primary School
Iinkai have been providing Judo classes for our children for a number of years. We have found them to be a most professional organisation, with the coaches keeping the children controlled and motivated throughout the sessions. Their success is proven by the number of children who continue to attend the classes throughout their time at the school, gaining progression and great personal satisfaction from the training offered.
Sheila Williams, Bursar at Robert Piggott Junior School