Yet more colour belt brilliance from the Ely school of Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do

Adults from the Ely school of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do after their colour belt gradin

Adults from the Ely school of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do after their colour belt gradings. - Credit: Archant

More fighters from the Ely school of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do experienced success in their colour belt grading examinations.

Juniors from the Ely school of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do after their colour belt gradi

Juniors from the Ely school of the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do after their colour belt gradings. - Credit: Archant

The schools, which have been established since 1987, give students the opportunity to take part in their examinations four times a year, which sees them start at white belt with the aim of getting their black belt, which can take up to four years.

The Ely students travelled to King’s Lynn on July 10 for their gradings, and achieved an impressive pass rate of 100 per cent.

Mark Farnham, who runs the schools, said: “This makes a total of over 12,000 students passing colour belt gradings with the schools in the last 28 years,

“A very well done to all of those students taking part.”


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Red Belt:

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Aoife Dunham

Christian Dunham

Harrison Evans

Callum Lee

Rajni Matharu

Tom Seymour

Dollie Woods

Red Stripe:

Rebecca Davies-Thomas

Robin Gillham

Rio Tan

Blue Belt:

Thomas Betts

Oliver Howlett

Ollie Partridge

Lucie Teli

Blue Stripe:

Amy Borden

Katie Borden

Tashi Marley

Green Belt:

Joseph Harfield

Lola Harfield

Emily McCord

Green Stripe

Louis Johnston

Nicola Thomas

Sarah Thomas

Noah Woods

Yellow Belt

Eshan Abidi

James Cooper

Shanai Horsfall

Mia Kazpinaite

Noah Stevens

Zara Stevens

Yellow Stripe:

Edward Butler

Ellis Czarnobaj

Reed Fuller

James Grimshaw

Luca Procopio

Selina Rahman

Amy Ridgeon

Dexter Ridgeon

Jack Steventon

Kevin Steventon

Megan Walbyoff

Qiba Westfield-Airey

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