FREE JUDO TASTER SESSION. Parents must register to attend.
Wednesday 9 May: Under 13’s 6:15pm -7pm: Over 13’s & ADULTS 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Venue: Harrow School Dojo (Old Squash Courts), Near 5 Yew Walk Harrow, HA1 3EJ
Do come along (in a tracksuit) and enjoy a FREE session! Judo is so good for people on several levels:
ranging from basic fitness to self-defence.
- Parents/pupils must confirm/register for the free trial: with the pupils first name, age along with
- parents contact details/emergency Tel No’s.
If you enjoy the free trial and want to continue there are two mat fee options. Fees are collected online by SportsReg, a professional/specialist payment facilitator.
- £28.00 monthly payment
- £10.00 Pay-as-you-go for those who would like to trial it out further
Payment details can be found here: http://www.sportsreg.co.uk/wednesdays
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Foster Carers Needed
Foster carers are needed in Harrow to look after children of all ages who cannot live with their birth families. There are many reasons why children need a period of fostering. These include:
- a parent going into hospital
- a parent not coping because of substance misuse
- a parent not coping due to mental ill health
- a child being abused or neglected
Some children stay in foster care for only a few days or weeks until their families are able to care for them again. Sometimes it isn't possible for them to return home and alternative plans are made either through permanent fostering or adoption.
Foster carers offer children the opportunity to grow and develop in a safe and secure environment. Foster carers work as part of a team with the child's social worker, birth parents and any other agencies involved in the child's care. We offer the carers excellent support, comprehensive training, a dedicated supervising social worker, regular support meetings, membership to the Fostering Network and an allowance.
We particularly welcome people who have experience of working with children and understand child development and behaviours.
Anyone interested can contact us using the following:
Call: 020 8736 6971
Free Call: 0800 064 1000