Junior Grading - 5th Kyu (Yellow Belt) with Orange Tabs

Your breakfalls are checked at all levels. These are the first thing you are taught. This list serves as a reminder only.

Breakfalls

Hidari Zempo Kaiten Ukemi (Left side rolling breakfall)
Migi Yoko Ukemi (Right side breakfall)
Hidari Yoko Ukemi (Left side breakfall)
Migi Zempo Kaiten Ukemi (Right side rolling breakfall)
Mae Ukemi (Front breakfall)
Ushiro Ukemi (Back breakfall)

5th Kyu Yellow Belt to 1 Orange Tab (normally not less than 10 years old)

Core Requirements

Etiquette & Safety

Your examiner will ask you to demonstrate the following to ensure you know the core requirements for Judo.
Grip, posture and how to walk with a partner
Kneeling, standing bows, etiquette

Questions & Japanese Terms

These are not compulsary and are used at the discretion of the Examiner. You should know them regardless.
Etiquette & Safety
Having asked permission to leave the mat students bow inwards to the mat and then step into their zori
Students zori are left neatly side by side at the edge of the mat
Hands and feet are kept clean and nails kept short for hygiene and safety
Japanese Terms
Ippon - A Score or Win by 10 points
Waza-ari - A Score of 7 points

Standing - Demonstrate

O Uchi Gari, Uke avoids, Tori changes attack to Tai Otoshi
De Ashi Barai, Uke avoids, Tori changes attack to Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
Ko Soto Gari (minor outer reap)
Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi (propping drawing ankle throw)
De Ashi Barai (advancing foot sweep)

Groundwork - Demonstrate

Turn-over from press-up position, breakfall, move into Kesa Gatame (scarf hold), escape into Kuzure Kesa Gatame (broken scarf hold), escape onto stomach and rise into 'all fours' (crouching position), turn over into Yoko Shiho Gatame (side four quarters), escape to Kuzure Kami Shiho Gatame (broken upper four quarters hold), escape to Kami Shiho Gatame (upper four quarters hold) and escape

Randori

Minimum of 2 'throw for throw' style randori practices.

5th Kyu Yellow Belt 1 Orange Tab to 2 Orange Tabs (normally not less than 10 years old)

Core Requirements

Etiquette & Safety

Your examiner will ask you to demonstrate the following to ensure you know the core requirements for Judo.
Grip, posture and how to walk with a partner
Kneeling, standing bows, etiquette

Questions & Japanese Terms

These are not compulsary and are used at the discretion of the Examiner. You should know them regardless.
Etiquette & Safety
When a high grade enters the dojo the class will normally stop and students will turn and bow together to the hight grade
Judo suits are kept clean for hygiene and so that the judoka have pride in their appearance
Students should sit crossed legged or kneel on the mat
The belt is tied with a reef knot (with a demonstration)
Japanese Terms
Tatami - The mat we practice on
Zori - Slippers

Standing - Demonstrate

Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi, Uke avoids, Tori changes attack to Morote Seoi Nage

Groundwork - Demonstrate

Demonstrate two hold downs with escapes and combinations from Tori on back with Uke between legs, rolls Uke over into hold-downs

Randori

Minimum of 2 'throw for throw' style randori practices.

5th Kyu Yellow Belt 2 Orange Tabs to 3 Orange Tabs (normally not less than 10 years old)

Core Requirements

Etiquette & Safety

Your examiner will ask you to demonstrate the following to ensure you know the core requirements for Judo.
Grip, posture and how to walk with a partner
Kneeling, standing bows, etiquette

Questions & Japanese Terms

These are not compulsary and are used at the discretion of the Examiner. You should know them regardless.
Etiquette & Safety
BJC (our organisation) stands for British Judo Council
The BJC has a President (naming the current president)
Japanese Terms
Sono-mama - Freeze - Keep perfectly still
Yoshi - Continue after sono-mama (freeze) has been used
Sore-made - That is all - the end of a session or contest

Standing - Demonstrate

Harai Goshi (sweeping hip throw)

Groundwork - Demonstrate

Tori attacks from between Ukes legs (Uke on their back) and moves around into linked hold-downs

Randori

Minimum of 2 'throw for throw' style randori practices.

5th Kyu Yellow Belt 3 Orange Tabs to Orange Belt (4th Kyu) (normally not less than 11 years old)

Core Requirements

Etiquette & Safety

Your examiner will ask you to demonstrate the following to ensure you know the core requirements for Judo.
Grip, posture and how to walk with a partner
Kneeling, standing bows, etiquette

Questions & Japanese Terms

These are not compulsary and are used at the discretion of the Examiner. You should know them regardless.
Etiquette & Safety
The only joint allowed to be locked is the elbow
Judo and its philosophy was developed from Jujitsu by Jigoro Kano
If an injury occurs we should informthe instructor immediately
Japanese Terms
Hantei - A referee's term asking for corner judges to vote for the contest winner when the scores are drawn.
Randori - Free practice
Uchi-komi - Movement repetition practice
Yuko - A Score of 5 points

Standing - Demonstrate

Hane Goshi (spring hip throw)

Groundwork - Demonstrate

Mune Gatame (chest hold) and escapes

Randori

Minimum of 2 'throw for throw' style randori practices.