I'm looking to put together a series of set techniques to form the basis of a junior syllabus. I think these days we have a reasonable idea of the most common attack types adults are likely to face, but what of children?
I'm considering two attack scenarios:
1. from peers in the form of bullying in which of course may need to consider multiple attackers. But, what (single) attacks are most likely to be employed? I'm guess this will change with the age of the child
2. From adults in form of abduction or acts of abuse. In this case I think we're looking at grabs rather than strikes. Any more specific?
I'm sure several instructors on here have children's classes so I'm seeking your input from your experience on this. Despite teaching children for ten years I've never actually ascertainly any commonality to attacks. And yes, I've asked them!