The Fighting Chance Project aims to help educate, motivate and inspire young people to make positive changes in their lives by becoming actively engaged in judo. The project will endeavour to encourage participants embrace the central values of judo: Sincerity, Friendship, Politeness, Courage, Honour, Modesty, Self-confidence, Self-control and Respect instilling in them a sense of pride in achieving a recognised standard of Judo.
Investing in happiness – People empower to get out, be involved and feel better
Holyrood Event 28 March 2017 Presentations
2017 Infographic – “Giving Attainment a Fighting Chance”
Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland Visit
COVID-19 and our school-based programmes
"If I never did judo I would not be the person I am now. Judo has taught me how to set goals that I can aim and work towards along with motivating myself to go after them. It has taught me to respect fellow team mates, coaches and competitors as without them I would not be able to do judo and progress to the level I am now." Steph Inglis, 2014 Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist