Redditch Judo Kwai
Redditch Judo Kwai Members, Officials, Spectators and Visitors are politely reminded that it is their sole individual responsibility to carefully read and always be familiar with this policy documents current contents, along with up to date versions of British Judo Association documents.
This policy document is subject to change at any time.
If there are any questions or concerns you may wish to discuss please contact Redditch Judo Kwai.
British Judo Assosication Policies
The policies are as follows:
• CONDUCT AND COMPLAINTS POLICY
• Safe landings - British Judo's Child Protection Policy & Procedures
• SAFEGUARDING DISCIPLINARY POLICY
• Equality policy
• British Judo Mat Specification
• BRITISH JUDO ASSOCIATION BYE-LAWS
THE JUDO CODE
The British Judo Association has set out the following code, which was invented by Jigoro Kano. It is known as “The Judo Code”
All Judoka are required to follow The Judo Code
Be polite to other people.
Face difficulty without fear.
Be a good sport, play by the rules, don’t stand for bulling and encourage equality.
Fairness in beliefs and actions.
Be without vanity or boastfulness.
Regards for others. Show good manners to your Coach and each other, always be polite, follow judo etiquette in the dojo – bow when you go onto and leave the mat, bow to your Coach at the beginning and the end of the session, bow to your partner at the start and end of each practice.
Control over yourself and actions. Work hard, listen to
Instructions, be punctual, and don’t miss lessons.
Be a good friend, welcome newcomers, and be helpful and kind.
Pay attention to personal cleanliness, keep fingernails short and clean, wear clean Judogi, no footwear/Zoris on the mat, wear Zoris (flip flops) off the mat.
Remember Judo is a sport for life. Follow the judo code, and show the spirit of judo in everything you do.
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