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Sport - Martial Arts: Youngsters promoted to their next stripe

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Lil Dragon students at the Lynn-based Kuk Sool Won School showed good listening and memory skills to be promoted to their next stripe.

They were able to demonstrate to their very-pleased parents and instructors how much they have learnt and how they have progressed.

Over the course of the week, youngsters were promoted to the following grades:

Yellow stripe: Harriet Melia, Callum Tidd, Jack Goodwin, Freya Ellis, Will Burton.

Blue stripe: Finlay Rolfe, Madeline Smith, Maddison Allen, Cameron George, Khyan Cooper.

Red stripe: Veronika Portnova, Jack Bowen, Ryan Lake, Sam Faivelowitz, Thomas Carter, Geoffrey Delgado.

Brown stripe: Ivan Bond-Green, Maisie Gray, Harry Skinner, Joshua Avanzado, Oliver Dickerson

Grey stripe: Amelia Simpson, Amelia Curtis, Frances Ford, Lyla Lockwood, Charlie King, Dominic Ashby, Jacob & Ailish Jenner.

Bronze stripe: Candi Kirkpatrick, Evie Dungey, Vinny Marchetti, Joseph Fowler

Silver stripe: James Leman, Sam Hooker.

Daniel Grimmer was also presented with his white belt and will soon be moving to the Junior class.

Lil’ Dragons is a specialist programme to meet the needs of young children, aged between four and six.

In class they are taught martial art drills, life and safety skills in a fun and safe environment.

Over time they will develop co-ordination, balance, courtesy, self-discipline and confidence. Many parents report improvements in behaviour at home and school.

Classes are held at the school’s base at Bryggen Road, on the North Lynn Industrial Estate.

For more information or to put your child’s name on the waiting list contact Elaine or Darren on 01553 661152 or view the school’s website: www.kuksoolwonofkingslynn.co.uk

 

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