Seaton martial arts success

PUBLISHED: 14:16 24 September 2013 | UPDATED: 14:17 24 September 2013

Seaton Majors

Seaton Majors


There was another resounding success for members of the Seaton Success4Life Junior Black Belt School, the junior training arm of the British Kenpo Karate Union, as they tested for and successfully achieved their respective belt grades.

Children aged from as young as four through to 16 who have been training in the specially designed age specific martial arts programmes went onto the training floor at the Seaton Martial Arts Centre and showcased their substantial skill in front of the grading panel, very proud parents, family members and friends.

The Success4Life Junior Black Belt School’s motto, ‘Building Character Through Martial Arts’, was certainly evidenced by these young martial artists’ achievement and their display of courage, skill, respect, concentration, determination, focus, self control and ultimately pride in attaining their respective belt colours.

The Grading Panel, Associate Master, Kevin J Mills, 8th Degree Black Belt and Senior Instructors Jenni Mills and Amrik Singh, 4th Degree Black Belts were most impressed with the standard and knowledge of material displayed by these young people at such tender ages, as were their Instructors, Mr Matthew Palmer and Mrs Aurora Singh, all of whom are extremely proud of these young people and are looking forward to continuing to be part of their growth and development under the Success4Life Junior Black Belt School’s programs. The Seaton School is now commencing its in-take of new students so please call Mr Amrik Singh, Senior Instructor of the Seaton School on 07966 444321 or email for further details on how to join this highly successful and thriving martial arts School.

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