School self defence classes in London
Knowing how to defend yourself is becoming more and more important, especially when it comes to kids and teenagers who can be faced with bullying or abuse by their classmates or on the street. Our School self defence classes London are here to help.
We should make sure that they are ready for what the world can throw at them. Knife crime is on the rise and teenagers are especially in danger of trying to prove themselves in-front of their friends and getting hurt.
Inappropriate behaviour towards girls and women are also on the rise and we should try our best to prepare them for what is potentially out there and can happen. Contact us or call 07818555737 for more information about school self defence classes in London.
In our opinion School self defence classes should be part or PA and every schools curriculum.
In most cases being aware is a first line of defence, combined with general awareness and mindfulness and few easy to learn techniques they will be much better equipped to face the street reality nowadays.
Through self defence we are also creating safer environment for everyone as knowing what damage one can do and can receive makes everyone more aware of trying to avoid conflicts. Our school self defence classes are here to help kids and teenagers go become more aware and confident in situations they might be facing. London self defence academy can offer school tuition for all ages.
We are also proud to present conflict management system for teachers so they know how to handle conflict between students and not cross any legal rights in the situation.
Our School self defence classes London are tailored to the age of the participants we and we can also tailor our classes if you are girls or boys school only.
Many news articles are now suggesting that knife crime is worse than ever and young people are in more and more danger. Teachers might be held accountable for not spotting violence between teenagers.
We understand that getting involved in this might be very scary and tricky in so many ways and we are here to support teachers and educate pupils about the dangers they fight be facing when being attacked or when instigating the attack.
Teachers, NHS workers and police officers in England and Wales could be held accountable for failing to spot violent crime among young people under government plans announced on Monday.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has launched a consultation to assess whether there is a "public health duty" to report concerns over children at risk.
He said he will use "all the tools" at his disposal to end violent crime.
But unions for teachers and NHS staff have raised concerns about the plans.
A summit on serious youth violence is being held at Downing Street this week.
Dr Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the National Education Union, said: "Neither the blame for, or the solution to, violent crime can be laid at the door of schools or front-line hospital staff."
Oxford teenager: 'I live in fear of knives'
Two teenagers have spoken of living in fear of knives.
The girls, from Blackbird Leys in Oxford, are all too aware how deadly weapons can be.
Afraid to walk alone in alleyways, they know how "something so simple like a knife can ruin a whole family".