Krav Maga for Kids
8–12 years old
Learning self defence through fun and games!
We give kids a perfect mix of structure and play. They learn to work toward goals and see the results of continued practice and discipline; during every class they will develop their skills through fun games and activities.
We are dedicated to helping your child succeed on his or her own terms, and gradually become more confident and self-assured. In krav maga you have the advantage of being part of a group, but being able to progress individually. We believe that this makes a good foundation for children to experience mastery and success in their activities, and through that, build real and lasting confidence.
Stay safe - Keep fit - Have Fun!
Kids will learn...
- Simple and effective self-defence techniques
- How to run away and find a safe place
- How to get help from a known adult
- Motor skills
- Speaking up
Free trial lesson
Give your child the opportunity to try the classes out and see what it’s like.
Trial classes are 45 minutes long. No experience or equipment is necessary. The kids just need comfortable sports clothes, and wear clean indoor shoes or no shoes.
Book a block of classes
After the trial class your child can sign up to start training regularly in our weekly Krav Maga Kids classes. Payment is per block of classes.
|Block 1||20 August until 11 October|
|Block 2||25 October until 17 December|
For late bookings after 13 September, get in touch for prices.
We offer family discounts for the Junior classes if more than one family member trains with us in any of our classes: kids, teens, and adults.
The first membership is full price, and any additional memberships receive a £15 discount for block booking of Krav Junior classes, that is, £40 per block instead of £55. There is no additional discount for two blocks at a time, so two blocks would be £80.
Please send us an email to confirm your booking.
You will receive an invoice through a separate email, with the payment details for bank transfer.
Just email us at email@example.com.
Make your child bully-proof