Our son Jack has developed new friends as well as new confidence since starting Jaguar Club. Plus he now sleeps very well every Monday and Wednesday!

Jaguar Club starts on Monday 2nd May and costs $175 for the term. No uniform or extra costs are required! 

Q. Does my child have to purchase a uniform to join the Jaguars Club?

A. No. The uniform is optional. All they need is to wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing that they would usually wear to PE or to play sports.

Q. Is regular attendance for the sessions required?

A. Although not compulsory, regular attendance is of high importance as this will instil the concepts of discipline and commitment in the child.

Q. Will my child be going through examinations as part of the Jaguars Club?

A. Yes. Every so often ‘gradings’ will take place whereby students are tested on their knowledge acquired so far and will be given the subsequent belt representing their level. This will provide a goal-oriented setting where Jaguar Clubs students can train with more determination to achieve and enhance their skills. We find even young children of this age truly excel when given goals in this way.

Q. Can I stay to watch my child whilst training?

A. Yes of course, we have many parents who enjoy watching their children having fun while learning. 

Q. Who will be teaching my child?

A. Jaguar Club class is taught by either Academy Owner Damian Smith Being both a qualified black belt and having four boys between the ages of 2 and 14, Damian understand how to teach kids of every ability and age. If you would prefer private 1:1 tuition with a child of a similar age, Damian's son, Tyler Smith (aged 14), who is also an award winning NZ Jiu Jitsu champion, tutors a handful of Jaguars Club kids each term. 

Q. What will assure me that my child is safe?

A. Damian Smith is responsible for teaching children personally, and has built the Academy to over 150 students by building sessions based specifically on each child's development needs and always keeping a safety-first attitude in whatever they do. This reduces the risk for both acute and chronic injuries. Moreover, in the unlikely event that a child suffers an injury, a qualified first aider will always be present.