Success for Ely pupils at belt grading
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Tae kwon-do More than 30 pupils of a tae kwon-do school in Ely passed their colour belt examinations held in King’s Lynn at the weekend.
The pupils, who attend the Mark Farnham School at the Paradise Centre, in Ely, had their skills put to the test by 7th and 8th dan masters, each with more than 40 years experience teaching the martial art.
Students all start at white belt and work though yellow, green, blue and red belt grades until they are ready to aim for their black belts which they take at Bristol in front of a panel of five, 8th dan examiners.
To get to this stage takes at least three-and-a-half years.
The school’s latest grading saw 34 Ely pupils attend, with some as young as five-years-old. Every pupil was successful in passing and will receive their grades and belts at presentations held in Ely next week.
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