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Karate lessons well learned

PUBLISHED: 15:37 26 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:08 03 July 2010

Woodlands Primary School karate students with their Phoenix Karate Club instructors.

Woodlands Primary School karate students with their Phoenix Karate Club instructors.

THE Phoenix Karate After School Club was set up at Woodlands Primary School in September 2008 to enable the pupils at the school to learn the discipline.

THE Phoenix Karate After School Club was set up at Woodlands Primary School in September 2008 to enable the pupils at the school to learn the discipline.

Karate is one of the many after school activities that take place as part of the school's extensive enrichment programme.

The club proved very popular with the students, who have mostly been from Years 3 and 4.

Pupils have enjoyed the physical training aspect as well as the discipline involved with martial arts.

The group worked hard for their first grading with eight children achieving their yellow belt.

Anyone interested in training with the Phoenix Karate Club, which holds sessions at a variety of venues, can contact Charlie on 07895 550168 for details.

Pictured is chief instructor Charlie Trorey 4th Dan, sports co-ordinator Stuart Aldous, instructors Vivianne Trorey and Nikki Suen with the successful students.


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