The Olympic sport of fencing developed from a form of military training to a sport in either the 14th of 15th century.
Fencers develop good hand-eye coordination, balance, and quick reflexes. It boosts not just physical but also mental agility by forcing you to observe and counter your opponent's skills and personality. For this reason, fencing is good for your mind, as well as your body. Most of all it’s great fun!
Our pupils have the chance to learn all about Fencing at one of our post popular weekly clubs.