Good Aikido Kids Code of Conduct
Good Aikido provides children of all skill levels the opportunity to learn the basic skills
of Aikido in a safe and relaxed environment and in a non-competitive manner.
The Good Aikido Code of Conduct is the expected conduct on which all Aikido students both children and adults are expected to behave.
We have a strict code of conduct, which includes
2. Aikido is to be practised only under the supervision of an instructor
3. Aikido is never to be used as a way of molesting or harming others
4. Bullying, fighting, or swearing are unacceptable behaviours of an Aikido student
Any student who continually breaks these rules may be asked to leave the dojo.
We request that all children are collected promptly at the end of class for their own safety
and respect to the instructor and other students.
Under no circumstances will instructors administer any form of medication to students.
If an accident occurs, Good Aikido has clearly defined procedures on how to manage this. The instructor will always try to inform the parents or custodians of the children immediately. Parents and custodians must ensure that instructors have the most up-to-date contact details including work phone and mobile phone numbers.
Learn More About Good Aikido
- Good Aikido Macquarie University
- 10 Gymnasium Rd, North Ryde NSW 2109