Well, 2018 has certainly been challenging but rewarding! We’ve helped 28 students along the ladder with colour belt promotions, along with promotions to 1st, 2nd and 3rd Degree Black Belt. Two of our students have become qualified umpires while two are instructors in training! We have raised £260 for Zach
Wearing It Pink
On October 18th every single student at Bridgnorth Tae Kwon-Do “wore it pink”. 100% of our martial arts students opted to donate to Cancer Research UK in exchange for a pink belt, which resulted in a £30 donation on top of the proceeds from the belts via Blitz Sport. Blitz
Zac’s Brave Battle
Almost all of the raffle prizes have found their way to the winners now! Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to the raffle by buying tickets or donating prizes. We have transferred £260 into Zac’s Trust Fund and sincerely hope it helps. Donations kindly made by – Promotional
We have a confession…
We have a confession. When we have good news to share, we try to publicise it far and wide. We work hard and so do our students, so we like to tell the world! When a student has a setback, maybe we are not quite so upfront. We are not
Colour belt grading success at Bridgnorth
Four of our students have passed the latest colour belt grading. Sixth Degree Black Belt Mr Burgess travelled from Wells to Bridgnorth to conduct the grading, which was held at Bridgnorth Leisure Centre. Tom passed with an overall A-grade, showing consistent performance above the expected standard for his stage in
Kicking the year off!
A group of colour belts passed their winter gradings with flying colours and a 100% pass rate which the club has maintained throughout the last 12 months. Adult black belt student Aubrey Round has gained his Umpire Certification in preparation for his upcoming 3rd Degree Black Belt grading which will
World Cancer Day
Here we are proudly wearing our pink belts from Blitz Sport, in support of World Cancer Day 2018. The day not only raises awareness but crucially raises money for cancer research. Plus. – the kids loved their pink belts!
As the grading approaches…
As the grading approaches, do you feel confident and able? You should! You will have worked on your fitness, stamina and concentration skills. You will have trained regularly, shown commitment and drive. You will have a goal in mind for the short and long term. You will have overcome nerves
GTI NW Open Results
Yesterday saw the second GTI North West Open, held in Liverpool, and five of our students competed. Jack led the way with a commendable patterns score of 13, only one point away from the medal winners. Disappointing for Jack but progress nonetheless and hopefully a source of motivation for next
We have moved!
Our biggest news is… we have moved! After many happy and successful years at St Leonard’s School, we have moved to bigger premises!