Juniors' TKD class starts in Honiton
PUBLISHED: 15:08 30 August 2012
TAGB Tae Kwon Do instructor, Chloe Lock, was delighted that 15 of her students from Honiton and Broadclyst who attended the recent coloured belt grading were all successful.
The week following a grading is always a rewarding time, presenting the students with their new belts, acknowledging their promotion and the effort it has taken to achieve this.
Master Michael Dew 8th Dan, the TAGB grading examiner, awarded the grading award for Broadclyst to 14-year-old Max Branson for the second time running for gaining an A pass.
Included in the photograph are four students who attend the Tigers class for children aged 4 -7 years held at Broadclyst.
They added the cute factor to the proceedings and all did exceptionally well, surprising their families at how quiet and patient they could be waiting for their turn! We hope it is their first of many gradings.
Ten-year old-students, Harry Tandy and Lewis Triggs, who started in the Tigers’ class six years ago, aged four, have shown their dedication as they have been practising throughout their summer holidays, and attending extra sessions, in preparation for their Black Belt pre-grading in Bristol next month.
In addition to Lock’s other classes and following on from the success of the Tigers class for 4-7 yrs at Broadclyst that has been running for eight years, she is now starting a new class at Honiton Sports Centre commencing Tuesday September 4, from 5-6pm.
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