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