Bradley Stoke to host Special Needs coaching workshopsTuesday, 27 November, 2012 - 01:32pm
Bradley Stoke Judo Club will be running a Special Needs coaching workshop every Saturday morning from 1 December through to January 2013.
The high-flying club, which was started by senior coaches Steve Westlake and Nick Brace in October 1999, aim to attract six coaches to each session.
The coaching workshop will have a small charge of £5.00 per person which will be put back into the club funds for helping their special needs players. Each coach will be helping and teaching young children with all disabilities and special needs the fun and enjoyment they can share through practicing the Olympic and Paralympic sport of judo.
The workshop session will take place at 10.30-12pm after which we willbe followed by lunch and a meeting to discuss the day before finishing at 3pm.
Location: Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre, Fidders Woods Line, Bradley Stoke Bristol BS32 9BS
Course content: Hands on teaching judo to children with disabilities and special needs.
Course Fee: £5.00
Contact: Stephen Westlake on 01454 615474 or 07976286686. e-mail email@example.comBack to News