Guide for parents

Martial arts focus on engaging the mind as well as the body.
They emphasise respect, self-control, focus and individual achievement.
The type of martial art you choose for your child is not as important as the clubs approach to instruction.

Many parents train alongside their children in our mixed classes and discounts are offered if families train together more than once a week.

Taekwon-do focuses on individual progress and can be a good alternative to team sports that may not appeal to them. The focus is on self improvement.
Many parents believe the benefits of martial arts are more than just physical for their kids and tell us Taekwon-do has helped to improve their childs self control, attention, and listening skills.

They offer concrete, attainable goals broken down into manageable chunks.Taekwon-do is fun and cool.

We run a number of fancy dress games classes throughout the year to celebrate Easter, Halloween and Xmas. We also present a student of the month award for juniors under 12 years old.

Belt gradings are held every 3 months, but we are not a belt factory. Juniors are required to do exactly the same grading as an adult and will often take a lot longer to move through the belts. To run alongside the grading system we have our own in house achievement badge scheme.




Guide for parents

Martial arts focus on engaging the mind as well as the body.
They emphasise respect, self-control, focus and individual achievement.
The type of martial art you choose for your child is not as important as the clubs approach to instruction.

Many parents train alongside their children in our mixed classes and discounts are offered if families train together more than once a week.

Taekwon-do focuses on individual progress and can be a good alternative to team sports that may not appeal to them. The focus is on self improvement.
Many parents believe the benefits of martial arts are more than just physical for their kids and tell us Taekwon-do has helped to improve their childs self control, attention, and listening skills.

They offer concrete, attainable goals broken down into manageable chunks.Taekwon-do is fun and cool.

We run a number of fancy dress games classes throughout the year to celebrate Easter, Halloween and Xmas. We also present a student of the month award for juniors under 12 years old.

Belt gradings are held every 3 months, but we are not a belt factory. Juniors are required to do exactly the same grading as an adult and will often take a lot longer to move through the belts. To run alongside the grading system we have our own in house achievement badge scheme.