Terms and conditions

This page contains information regarding our terms and conditions which are subject to change. This page also explains the requirements from our students, parents and guardians. Please read carefully and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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Students may cancel at any time with one month’s notice and must ensure that any outstanding payments are settled.

Bank Holiday weekends:

Typically all bank holiday Mondays we are closed. No refunds are given for any sessions on the bank holiday Monday. However any students who are only training once a week at a Mondays class, may attend another session during that Month only to catch up.

General Holidays:

Typically, the Karate club closes for at least two weeks over the summer break in August and two weeks over the Christmas holidays. The dates of when we close during the holidays varies. There are no refunds over the holidays as this is reflected in our prices.

Missed Classes

We do not refund if you miss a class because you are unwell or couldn’t make it for general reasons.

However we do allow you to make up for any missed classes during that month.

There are exceptions to this; for example, if a student is seriously injured and has to miss a month or two to recover, we will suspend your payments until you are fit enough to return. However if you wish to cancel after your recovery, then the one month’s notice will apply.


In order to benefit from any of the offers listed, you must sign up on the day and the joining fee must be paid in full.

Only one Offer can be claimed and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.


Refunds will only be issued for faulty goods such as uniforms, t shirts, and training equipment.  The equipment must be returned in its original packing.

Joining fees, insurance fees and training fees are non refundable unless under certain conditions as mentioned above.

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The Ju Dachi Martial Arts Association is proud to announce we are one of the first clubs in the united kingdom to have been awarded the Safe Guarding Code In Martial Arts from a national lottery funded project. For further info click on the logo.