Sanjuro (Martial Arts)
The Sanjuro grading system is externally validated by AQA.
Sanjuro and Special Educational Needs
Sanjuro Martial Arts training is employed in teaching children and adults with a range of special educational needs and disabilities, including partial sight and blindness, autism, and a variety of other physical and learning difficulties.
In the BBC Two programme, Life: Karate Kids, three disabled students of Sanjuro are featured learning the martial art as a technique to gain better control of their bodies. The documentary, narrated by David Tennant was nominated in Children's: Factual section of the Bafta Awards in 2010 It was made by double BAFTA nominated film maker John Walsh.
In September 2013, Jackie Chan's charity, The Dragon's Heart Foundation, funded a 12 month programme in Tottenham, London, citing Sanjuro's emphasis on encouraging confidence and safety above violence.
Sanjuro is practiced by a number of actors and other professionals in the creative sector including:
- Haruka Kuroda, London-based Japanese actress, known for performing the voice of Noodle in the band Gorillaz
- Alexander Doetsch, German-born actor, known for appearing with Matt Smith as Caspar in Christopher and His Kind
- JC Connington, Musical solo artist - BIGHOUSEBURNING & lead singer of Electronic rock band Junkstar
- Lawrence Carmichael, Australian actor and musical theatre performer
- Tim Davenport, American actor and fight Director
- Kit Friend, member of Conservative Future and campaigner against unpaid internships in the UK creative industries
- John Walsh, double BAFTA nominated film-maker and Conservative Party candidate for Middlesbrough (UK Parliament constituency) in the United Kingdom general election, 2010 as featured in the film ToryBoy The Movie .
- Robbie Capaldi actor  known for featuring in the short film 'Brighton' 
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