Sports is the cultivation of mental discipline and physical practice through the development of a healthy mind and body. Without this discipline, learning martial arts has little or no value. Your basic mental attitude is of the utmost importance.
Do not leave class without the instructor’s permission.
• Always wear a clean uniform and clean shoes to class.
• Students must always show respect for each other.
• Self-control in class is paramount; therefore loss of temper should be avoided at all costs.
• Students are expected to help maintain cleanliness in the Centre.
Once your child has enrolled in our classes, we want to do everything we can to encourage and empower them to understand the positive benefits of training in this life art/sport. In order for Sino Wushu Training Centre to be effective in our goal of empowering your child, we feel it is necessary to team up with you, the parent, in order to achieve our goal together. Therefore, we would like to provide you with the following tips that will assist you in your role as the parent of a student of Sino Wushu. Welcome to Sino Wushu Training Centre!
Consistent and regular class attendance is a must! Once you and your child have determined the program and how many sessions you plan to attend each week and month, it is very important to create consistency in your Wushu training. The more repetitions a beginner gets, the more confidence he/she builds. Attending class should not be an option, but rather a priority!
When your child begins their Wushu journey, it is important to monitor his/her progress. Your participation in their training can simply be achieved by watching and observing them while they are in class. This encourages them to progress, while you are able to get a feel for your child's strength and weaknesses. It also creates an opportunity for communication about their training on your way home from class.
Our goal at Sino Wushu Training Centre is to help develop the character skills that will help your child achieve and reach their full potential in all that they do in their daily lives. Each skill that your child attains becomes increasingly more challenging and difficult. Your encouragement and empowerment will help your child to understand that persisting and persevering until you have reached your goals is a worthwhile and honorable achievement.
Many a times young student will get very sick and won't be able to attend their weekly sessions. Fever, diarrhea, nausea etc are good examples of why a student would not, and should not attend class. On the other hand, headaches, small coughs, and other mild ailments should not prevent your child from attending class. The same stands true for injuries. Breaks, major sprains, surgery etc. are very good reasons as to why you would not attend class. The frequent playground and recess scrapes and bruises however should not be an excuse or reason as to why your child would not attend class.
Please take note that fees and packages are NON-REFUNDABLE OR TRANSFERRABLE. Lessons must be finished within half a year or otherwise stated