In a fast changing world, fencing develops highly transferable skills!
Fencing is a one to one sport and so the individual must take full responsibility for both success and failure (and there will be both!). The fencer
can enjoy the huge sense of accomplishment when winning but should then take on board the thought provoking analysis in defeat. Along with sportsmanship and the friendships that involvement in fencing brings, many universities have fencing teams only too delighted to welcome competitive fencers.
Each beginners fencing course...
The club will supply suitable fencing equipment to all members, free of charge.
When your children attend the beginners course, please wear track suit bottoms, t-shirt and trainers.
Each training session includes:
- Warm up
- Blade work
- Fencing fights / electric fencing
- Stretching and warm down
From time to time the Club arranges photography/video to be taken during Club evenings, beginners fencing course and Club run courses. These photos may be used for publicity and may be posted on the internet. If you have any issues with your child being included in these photos, please contact the club.
Individuals may also video and take photographs during the beginners training (no flashes please) as per the British fencing guidelines.
There are a maximum of 15 fencers in a class.
Should a member decide not to participate, or not to continue with fencing, Dream Fencing Club will not refund any fees paid to date.