ongoing CHILDRENS' classes
For fencers and club members who have completed their beginners course and would like to continue to learn about fencing in as a pirate (under 10) or in Foil or Epee (Saturdays only).
Monday classes in Foil with Ceska for term 4, 2019 commence on October 14 (9 weeks). 6.30 - 7.30pm.
Age limit 10 to 17 years with a minimum class size of four. We will no longer be accepting pay as you go. The class fee of $72 for the term payable upfront when booking in.
Ongoing class registrations for term 4, 2019 starting on Saturday, October 19.
Saturday Pirates (under 7-10yrs) from 9 - 10am: http://e.mybookingmanager.com/E10815455632298
Saturday ongoing Foil, from 10 - 11.30am http://e.mybookingmanager.com/E10815592432251
Saturday ongoing Epee, from 10 - 11.30am http://e.mybookingmanager.com/E1081643132132
*Term 4, 2019 is the last term we will be accepting payments on a week by week basis either by card or cash.
Please note that the term fees are non-refundable and are discounted by 20 per cent to include two sessions to cover for participant absences due to sickness or school commitments.
CHILDRENS' BEGINNER COURSES
The course teaches the basics of fencing and finishes with a mini competition with the electric scoring gear. Specialised fencing equipment is provided. Beginners need to wear long track pants, indoor sports shoes or sneakers and a t-shirt and bring a water bottle.
Course cost: $100 (5 weeks).
Book into a course
Saturday courses: 9:00am -10:00 x 5 weeks, suitable for ages 8-13
Monday courses: 6:30pm -19:30 x 5 weeks, suitable for ages 10-13
Bookings close 17:00 Friday (for Saturday course) and 12:00 Monday (for Monday course).
Term 4 Saturdays: starts 19 Oct CLICK HERE TO BOOK
2020 courses: dates to be released late 2019
Older teenagers can join our Tuesday night adult/ teen try sessions then classes. Find out more here.
What happens AFTER A COURSE?
When the beginner course is over they can join one of our ongoing classes on Saturdays or Mondays — click here for more information.
Need more information about fencing and children? This excellent article provides a lot of good points — Nine Reasons Why Fencing is Good For Kids.