2019 Club Tournament – Competition Results

2019 Club Tournament – Competition Results

2019 Tora-Kai Judo Competition Results

Walton Judo Tournament - Elmbridge Xcel Leisure Centre
On March 24th, we held our Annual Tora-Kai School of Judo Club Championship at the Xcel Leisure Complex, Walton-on-Thames. The event was attended by nearly 200 children and teenagers with over 350 spectators. The Judokas aged from 6 to 17 year olds were a spectacle to experience. Well done to all who participated and congratulations to the medal winners.
NAME SURNAME COACH CLASS RESULT
ALL GIRLS GROUP 1
Ava Watkins Dave Kennedy Tolworth Gold
Lily Kennedy Dave Kennedy Tolworth Silver
Keira Merriman Dave Kennedy Spectrum Bronze
FREYA SINCOCK JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
ALL GIRLS GROUP 2
Matilda Muchmore Dave Kennedy Tolworth Gold
OLIVIA DI TOMMASO P GOULD ST.ANDREW’S Silver
LUCY BIRD JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Bronze
ALL GIRLS GROUP 22
SOPHIE MACGRAY P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Gold
Charlotte Allen Dave Kennedy Dawnay Silver
OLIVIA BRAYBROOK P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Bronze
ALL GIRLS GROUP 3
Isabelle Merriman Dave Kennedy Spectrum Gold
GEORGINA SINCOCK JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
Ella Zamanpour Dave Kennedy Tolworth Bronze
NIAMH LYNCH-BLACKBURN P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD silver
ALL GIRLS GROUP 4
Mathilde Harris-Leroyer Dave Kennedy Spectrum Gold
FREYA TRELIVING JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Silver
LOLA GOLDING JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Bronze
ALL GIRLS GROUP 23
SCARLETT BURNS P GOULD ST.MARY’S Gold
Lexie Plumeret Dave Kennedy Tolworth Silver
ISIS BUDD P GOULD HOLY CROSS Bronze
MATILDA WEARN JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
ALL GIRLS GROUP 5
GRACE WEARN JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Gold
OLIVIA WEARN JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Silver
FARAH BENLAKEHAL JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Bronze
LUCIA MELOY JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
Girls in Walton Judo Tournament
Boys in Judo Club Championships at Walton - Elmbridge Xcel
Boys in Walton Judo Tournament
Boys competing in Judo Club Championships at Walton - Elmbridge Xcel
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 6
NATHAN REYNOLDS P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
MAX ASHTON P GOULD BEVENDEAN Silver
ALEX DRABIK JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
ZACHARY MCTAGUE JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Bronze
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 7
JUNIOR PERRY JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Gold
SIDNEY WEARN JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Silver
COOPER BYRNE P GOULD DANES HILL Bronze
JAKE MELVILLE JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 8
Luka Shmatko Dave Kennedy Tolworth Gold
THEO DAWKINS JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Silver
FRANK CHALLOUMA JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Bronze
Edward Last Dave Kennedy Parkside Bronze
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 9
LEON COWAN P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
CHARLIE SIMPSON P GOULD ST.ANDREW’S Silver
DYLAN CARTER P GOULD DANES HILL Bronze
SCOTT THOMAS ADRIAN LALEHAM SCHOOL Bronze
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 24
ISRAEL KYANDA ADRIAN LALEHAM SCHOOL Gold
JUNHO HAN P GOULD DANES HILL Silver
GEORGE SIMPKINS JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
DANIEL VARGHESE JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
BOYS 6-7, GROUP 25
BRADLEY HEATON ADRIAN LYNDHURST SCHOOL Bronze
JOSHUA ESPRAY P GOULD DANES HILL Silver
SONNY GIBBS-ARNOLD JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Bronze
CHARLIE TRELIVING JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Bronze
BOYS 8, GROUP 10
JUDE DUNCOMBE JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Gold
JUDE BUCKLEY JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Silver
BENJAMIN CLARKE P GOULD DANES HILL Bronze
Evan Preece Dave Kennedy Spectrum Bronze
BOYS 8, GROUP 11
Charlie Beadle Dave Kennedy Claremont Gold
MAKSIM RODE P GOULD DANES HILL Silver
Freddie Brown Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
AIDAN OLIVER JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Bronze
BOYS 8, GROUP 12
RAFAEL MENASSA P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
BENJAMIN BLACKMAN ADRIAN LALEHAM SCHOOL Silver
Marlon Beales Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
Harvey Yates Dave Kennedy Tolworth Bronze
BOYS 8, GROUP 26
OSCAR BLUNDEN P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
NATHAN OKONKWO P GOULD DANES HILL Silver
Josh O’brien Dave Kennedy Parkside Bronze
DYLAN WILLIAMS P GOULD Spectrum Bronze
BOYS 9-10, GROUP 13
Billy Hoodless Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Gold
Tristan Moore Dave Kennedy Wallacefields Silver
KAI DAWKINS JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Bronze
Noah Luu Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
BOYS 9-10, GROUP 14
EDWARD FOSTER P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
JOSEPH JOJO MORRISON JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Silver
Artom Elahi Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
George Prime Dave Kennedy Wallacefields Bronze
BOYS 9-10, GROUP 15
HENRY TABBENER P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Gold
Cameron Plumeret Dave Kennedy Tolworth Silver
MATTHEW MORRISON JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
BOYS 9-10, GROUP 16
JULEN PRINSLOO P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
ALFIE SWIETON JEAN-CLAUDE GROVELANDS Silver
Jasper Kelly Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
BOYS 9-10, GROUP 17
ALEX OKONKWO P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
Luca Sacoor Dave Kennedy Spectrum Silver
Max Merriman Dave Kennedy Spectrum Bronze
Frank Owen Dave Kennedy Spectrum Bronze
BOYS 11-12, GROUP 18
IOAN THOMAS P GOULD DANES HILL Gold
SAMUEL DOHERTY JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Silver
JAMIE BENTON JEAN-CLAUDE BUCKLAND Bronze
William Luff Dave Kennedy Lanesborough Bronze
BOYS 11-12, GROUP 19
JOSEPH ANDERSON P GOULD ST.MARY’S Gold
GEORGE WALKER JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Silver
ZAC BATEMAN JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
MAX BLACKFORD JONATHAN CHARLTON VILLAGE HALL Bronze
SENIOR BOYS, GROUP 20
WILL HART P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Gold
Finn Gosling Dave Kennedy Spectrum Silver
Brandon Plumeret Dave Kennedy Tolworth Bronze
SENIOR BOYS, GROUP 30
LEO ASLET JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Gold
KAAN SUPHI JEAN-CLAUDE XCEL Silver
TEDDY GIBSON P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Bronze
DANIEL LILLIS P GOULD HINCHLEY WOOD Bronze
Tora Kai Judo School for Children in Elmbridge including Xcel Sports Centre Walton on Thames
Tora Kai Elmbridge Surrey Judo School - Classes for Kids and Adults

Judo Club for Boys & Girls aged 5 to 15+ at Schools & Sports Centres in Surrey, South West London & Middlesex.

Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board Newsletter

Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board Newsletter

Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board Newsletter

Kingston Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB)
Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB)

January 2019 Newsletter

What is Self-Harm?
The phrase ‘self-harm’ is used to describe a wide range of behaviours. Self-harm is often understood to be a physical response to an emotional pain of some kind, and can be very addictive. Some of the things people do are quite well known, such as cutting, burning or pinching, but there are many, many ways to hurt yourself, including abusing drugs and alcohol or having an eating disorder.
Sometimes, it’s more important to focus on how someone is feeling rather than what they do to themselves. Quite often, people find that more helpful.

Everyone has accidents from time to time resulting in cuts and bruises – but it’s the injuries that are caused on purpose that are considered to be acts of self-harm. Self-harm often happens during times of anger, distress, fear, worry, depression or low self-esteem in order to manage or control negative feelings. Selfharm can also be used as a form of self-punishment for something someone has done, thinks they have done, are told by someone else that they have done, or that they have allowed to be done to themselves.
 www.selfharm.co.uk
 papyrus-uk.org

INITIAL RESPONSE TO A YOUNG PERSON ON DISCLOSURE OF SELF-HARM
If you are aware that a student, child or young person, has self-harmed this is the recommended approach:
 Listen calmly (Assess);
 Seek first aid treatment, if necessary (Manage);
 Contact parents/carers as soon as possible (Inform);
 Contact other professionals for advice (Assess);
 Work with the young person and their families to ensure appropriate support is in place to address both the self-harming and the underlying issues (Manage);
 Monitor the situation and communicate regularly with parents/carers (Inform);
 Consider other children and young people who may be affected (Assess).

USEFUL LINKS

The Samaritans offer training to professionals and outreach in public places, including schools. If there is a critical incident in a school, community meeting or workplace they can provide immediate support and advice, this is not only for suicide.
They have a guide for preparing a response plan in schools, details of support for students, parents and carers as well as professionals: www.samaritans.org

Support for children

Support for parents and carers

Practitioners

The LSCB offers the following free training
Youth Mental Health First Aid

November 2018 Newsletter

Message from Chris Robson, LSCB Chair

I am pleased to send this newsletter out as we launch our Neglect Strategy in Kingston and Richmond today at our LSCB Conference. I would like to thank Tracey Welding, Daksha Mistry and Ellie Boorer, LSCB, Sara Doyle, AfC and Andrea Knock, Designated Nurse, CCG for all their hard work in preparing this launch for our partnership.

Neglect in Richmond and Kingston
Neglect is an important local issue for us. Do you wonder why?
We know outcomes for children who are neglected are poorer than for the general population. There has been a 4% rise in referrals for neglect nationally last year in the UK. 20% of referrals last year in Richmond were about neglect, and 13% for Kingston.

Difficulties in working with neglect are common for practitioners in the UK yet it is the most common reason for there to be a Child Protection Plan and the lifetime cost has been estimated to be £89,000 per person.

Oldham LSCB has carried out a case review following a non-accidental head injury to an 11-week-old boy as a result of shaking. Children’s Social Care had been involved with family previously over concerns about the neglect of three older siblings, who were later removed from mother’s care. The mother was charged with neglect & the father with neglect and Section 18
wounding.

Find out more here: NSPCC 2018 Oldham Child H SCR Overview.pdf

Upcoming LSCB Training​
The LSCB offers training courses to all working with children. Here is a list of available courses in November and December;
• Safeguarding Children: Child Protection Process Refresher (Level 3) (Richmond) – 26/11/2018
• GDPR Update and Effective Recording – 06/12/2018
• Working with Boys and Men – 06/12/2018
• LSCB Safeguarding Children: Child Protection Process Level 3 (Kingston) – 07/12/2018
• Safeguarding Children: Child Protection Process Level 3 (Richmond) – 11/12/2018
• Safeguarding Children: Child Protection Process Refresher (Level 3) (Kingston) – 11/12/2018
If you work within education and are interested in going on any of these courses and you can apply here.

Otherwise you can apply for any here: http://kingstonandrichmondlscb.org.uk/training.php

So what is neglect?​
Neglect is the constant failing to meet a child or young person’s basic needs, resulting in serious effects on their health, development or learning. Neglect can occur in pregnancy through maternal substance abuse. The impact of neglect of children is often accumulative, advancing gradually and unnoticed and therefore there is a risk that agencies do not intervene early enough to prevent harm. It is common for evidence of neglect to present through signs and symptoms which may be noticed by different agencies in relation to different children in the family at different points in time. Agencies need to feel confident in the recognising and the naming of neglect.

It is important that all agencies, Health,schools /Education, Police, Probation, Housing, Voluntary and Community, Faith Organisations identify emerging problems and potential unmet needs and seek to address them as early as possible. It is equally important that practitioners are alert to the danger of drift and ‘start again’ syndrome.

Children being neglected, or at risk of being neglected, need to be seen, heard and helped. If we call all adopt these aims below, then we can make a difference
• Seen: in the context of their lives at home, friendship circles, health, education and public spaces (including social media).
• Heard: to effectively protect children and young people, all professionals need to take time to hear what children are saying and put themselves in the child or young person’s shoes and think about what their life might truly be like.
• Helped: by remaining professionally curious and by implementing effective and imaginative solutions that help children and young people. Professionals should give parents and families clear information in relation to expectations and improvements.

Visit our Neglect Huddle for guidance on our website and look at our strategy, short film and toolkit: http://kingstonandrichmondlscb.org.uk/practitioners/what-is-child-abuse-and-neglect-113/neglect128.php

If you are worried about a child or young person in Richmond or Kingston contact the SPA (Single Point of Access) 0208 547 5008 (working days 8am-6pm) Out of Hours 0208 770 500.

Road Safety Week
Road Safety Week is just around the corner this month, so if you haven’t registered for a free action pack you can sign up here: http://www.roadsafetyweek.org.uk/

This year’s theme is Bike Smart. Please sign up to support and promote this initiative within your organisation to help improve road safety for all.

The London Fire Brigade also has a page on road safety which includes a section on bikes and motorbikes, this page can be found here: https://www.london-fire.gov.uk/safety/road-safety/

Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board Newsletter

Why Neglect Matters – Free Half-Day LSCB Conference In Kingston

Why Neglect Matters – Free Half-Day LSCB Conference In Kingston-Upon-Thames

Kingston Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB)
Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB)
Course Name: Why Neglect Matters
Course Description: A half day free LSCB conference for multi agency professionals
Date & Time: 13th November 2018: 9.30am-1.00pm
Venue: Richard Mayo Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames
Course Run By: Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB).
WHY NEGLECT MATTERS – COURSE OVERVIEW
Research has shown that, of all forms of maltreatment, neglect can have the most pervasive, serious and long-term effects on a child’s and young person’s health and development. It has been a feature in both national and local Serious Case Reviews in Kingston & Richmond in recent years, either in conjunction with other forms of maltreatment or on its own. And yet, it is the one area of safeguarding that practitioners find the most difficult to work with.

There is confusion about what constitutes evidence of neglect and disagreement and confusion about thresholds for intervention. Neglect tends to occur in the context of chaotic and disorganised family life where parents feel overwhelmed, helpless and hopeless. Practitioners faced with the reality of this, often together with resistant and antagonistic responses from parents can also feel overwhelmed and helpless in the face of what appear to be insurmountable problems.

The child, at the centre of this, can become lost. The focus of this conference is to increase confidence in the identification of neglect and the safeguarding of children and young people who have been neglected against a backdrop of a better understanding of the impact of neglect on children’s lives.

The conference will promote the recently updated LSCB Neglect Strategy & Neglect Tool Kit.

Kingston and Richmond LSCB has highlighted neglect as a priority for 2018-2019 and we encourage you to join us in this opportunity to learn together

AIMS

  • To present an overview of the nature of neglect, the impact on the lives of children and young people and the challenges of working with neglectful parents.
  • To consider the key messages from serious case reviews for practice in the area of child neglect.
  • To consider initiatives for assessment, intervention and improving practice in working with children and young people who have been neglected and improving their outcomes.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Children’s Services Social Workers and Managers; Early Years & Early Intervention practitioners ; Independent Reviewing Officers; Substance Misuse Services; CSE Services,
Education & Academics; Commissioners of Children’s Services; Youth Services; Probation & Criminal Justice, all Health Professionals including, Child Mental Health;
Adult Mental Health, Perinatal Mental Health; Accident and Emergency Department; Health Visitors, School Nurses, Voluntary Sector, Foster Carers.

STRUCTURE OF THE EVENT
This half day session will include presentations by key note speakers Dr Jenny Molloy, author of Hackney Child and Professor Ray Jones, emeritus professor of social work at Kingston University.

There will also be an option to practice working with the Neglect Tool Kit in workshops.

Please note that attending this conference can be considered as contributing to refreshing your Level 3 Safeguarding training.
To book a place click on Kingston & Richmond LSCB click on ‘LSCB Training’ and then click on ‘training courses’

TO BOOK A PLACE
Click on Kingston & Richmond LSCB click on ‘LSCB Training’ and then click on ‘training courses’

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Daksha.Mistry@kingrichlscb.org.uk

2017 Tora-Kai Judo Club Competition Results

2017 Tora-Kai Judo Club Competition Results

2017 Tora-Kai Judo Competition Results

Tora Kai Judo Championships

Girls Age: 5, 6 & 7 years, Grade: White
Gold – Sienna Burden
Silver – Florence Curtis
Bronze – Charlotte Dossett
Bronze – Alais Torrente-Drane

Girls Age: 5, 6 & 7 years, Grade: Yellow & Orange
Gold – Mathilde Harris-Leroyer
Silver – Summer Showell
Bronze – Anabell Tibbles
Bronze – Sofia El Bachir

Girls Age: 8 years, Grade: White
Gold – Grace Wearn
Silver – Isabelle Merriman
Bronze – Olivia Fernandes
Bronze – Daisy Murfin

Girls Age: 8 years, Grade: Yellow & Orange
Gold – Ellen Young
Silver – Veronica Zalewska
Bronze – Emily Dossett
Bronze – Eve Moreno

Girls Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: White
Gold – Heloise Kennedy
Silver – Matilda Wearn
Bronze – Olivia Wearn
Bronze – Freya Eilerts-de-Haan

Girls Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: Yellow & Orange
Gold – Phoebe Witten
Silver – Thea Skeels
Bronze – Lexie Plumeret
Bronze – Harriet Turnbull

Girls Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: Green & Blue
Gold – Victoria Zalewska
Silver – Riley James
Bronze – Scarlett Burns
Bronze – Ruby Hoath

Girls Age: 11 & 12 years, Grade: All
Gold – Kitty Fay
Silver – Maude Harris-Leroyer

Boys Age: 5,6 & 7 years, Grade: White Light
Gold – Joe Burden
Silver – Gonzola Martinez-Sansuan
Bronze – Charlie Roles
Bronze – Charles Beadle

Boys Age: 5,6 & 7 years, Grade: White Middle
Gold – Rafael Menassa
Silver – James Dickens
Bronze – Prabanchan Sathasivam
Bronze – Landon Fletcher

Boys Age: 5,6 & 7 years, Grade: White Heavy
Gold – Idris Iqbal
Silver – Oliver Grid
Bronze – Alexander Davinson
Bronze – Findlay Marsh

Boys Age: 5,6 & 7 years, Grade: Yellow & Orange
Gold – Harry Simpson
Silver – Christopher Hackett
Bronze – Oscar Blunden
Bronze – Nathan Van Maaren

Boys Age: 8 years, Grade: White
Gold – Sidney Webber
Silver – Luke Wessels
Bronze – Nicholas Koep
Bronze – Oliver Ringrose

Boys Age: 8 years, Grade: Yellow
Gold – Sebastian Game
Silver – Franek Habgood
Bronze – Zac Simpson
Bronze – Luca Sacoor

Boys Age: 8 years, Grade: Orange
Gold – Henry Tabberner
Silver – Frederick Duetoft
Bronze – George Griffiths
Bronze – Esteban Torrente-Drane

Boys Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: White Light
Gold – Teddy Rawlinson
Silver – Henry Cooke
Bronze – Zacharie Bateman
Bronze – Liam Beckwith

Boys Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: White Middle
Gold – Daniel Martinez
Silver – Dhillion Bumrau
Bronze – Charlie Wilson

Boys Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: Yellow
Gold – Nathan Vuong
Silver – Jacob Walden
Bronze – Dan Salih
Bronze – Max Ince

Boys Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: Orange
Gold – Jack Roles
Silver – George Walker
Bronze – Luca Mornati
Bronze – Konstantino Gkionakis

Boys Age: 9 & 10 years, Grade: Green & Blue
Gold – Benjy Street
Silver – Theo Williams
Bronze – Ben Brett
Bronze – Adam Clutterbuck

Boys Age: 11 & 12 years, Grade: White
Gold – Cosmo Curry
Silver – Diego Salcedo
Bronze – Louis Scott

Boys Age: 11 & 12 years, Grade: Yellow
Gold – Fred Fox
Silver – Christian Lesini
Bronze – Joseph Anderson
Bronze – Brandon Plumeret

Boys Age: 11 & 12 years, Grade: Orange
Gold – Oliver Walker
Silver – Anthony Cobb
Bronze – Oliver Black

Boys Age: 11 & 12 years, Grade: Green & Blue
Gold – Daniel Dickinson
Silver – Andrew Brett
Bronze – Harry Corington
Bronze – Edward Bartlett

Tora Kai Judo School for Children in Elmbridge including Xcel Sports Centre Walton on Thames
Tora Kai Elmbridge Surrey Judo School - Classes for Kids and Adults

Judo Club for Boys & Girls aged 5 to 15+ at Schools & Sports Centres in Surrey, South West London & Middlesex.