Entry is now open for the 2018 British Schools Championships which takes place on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th March 2018 at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield.
The hugely popular competition, which is expected to reach capacity in record time one again this year, is a key development event for young judoka and is designed to gradually expose them to a British Judo national competition environment.
Saturday 17th March 2018: Years 8 and 9, and Years 10 and 11
Sunday 18th March 2018: Years 6 and 7, and Years 12 and 13, Special Needs and VI
The open entry phase will run until Friday 16th February 2018. Please note, if the entry reaches its maximum capacity during this period the entry will close. All eligible players are able to enter the competition during the open entry period. The event has a maximum capacity of 350 players per day, and we will open a reserve list if this total is reached.
How can I register?
Entry via the online system takes only a couple of minutes to complete and will ensure that your entry is processed correctly and the payment is processed immediately via our secure system.
By using the online booking system, it will eliminate the chance of your entry getting lost in the post, processing errors of your details and allow a secure payment to be made.
When entering online you MUST provide a school/institution email address. For your entry to be accepted into the event we will require confirmation from your school/institution that you do attend their institution and confirmation of your school year. This will be completed via an electronic process. Alternatively, your school/teacher/staff member can confirm your attendance and school year by sending us an email from their school email account to email@example.com.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept card payments from American Express cards.
Who is eligible to compete?
This is a Level 3 Development event for all Academic Years and is not open to the following:
Any player who has won any medal at the British Minors Championships in the last two years (October 2016 – October 2017) or who has won any medal at the British Pre-Cadet Championships or British Cadet Championships or British Junior Championships in the last two years (December 2016 – December 2017). EXCEPTION: any medallist who won less than two contests IS eligible.
As a part of a new registration process, coaches are now required to register themselves pre-event for the upcoming British Schools Championships and British Special Needs/Visually Impaired Championships.
Without registering yourself before the Championships on 17th/18th March 2018, you will not be able to coach matside during the event.
The process will only take a couple of minutes and will allow for a more efficient registration process on the day for both athlete and coach.