For Class Times
The founder of TaeKwon-Do’s, General Choi Hong-Hi, stated in the encyclopedia ‘TaeKwon-Do” that we, as students of TaeKwon-Do, should: “…Be willing to go where the going may be tough…” . We should therefore not yield in the acquisition of both skill and knowledge.
Students should make the most of the opportunity and privilege of learning TaeKwon-Do. The TaeKwon-Do belt is wrapped around the Dobok only once, to remind us that we have one life and therefore only one opportunity to learn – Click HERE for the Class Timetable.
“Am I ready to grade?…” is a frequent question – Click HERE for Instructors advice on this.
Welcome to your training in the Korean Military Martial Art of TaeKwon-Do. Following the Military Origins of TaeKwon-Do, the following structure and self-discipline must be adhered to – Click HERE for details on Class Structure.
Everyone of our Black Belts and Instructors was, at one point in time, in the same position as you – a Beginner. We must all remember this as we achieve grades through the System of Rank. Humility is cornerstone tenet of the Philosophy of TaeKwon-Do
This area is for prospective Headteachers to see what benefits training in TaeKwonDo can provide – Click HERE for more details.
For Black Belts
Being a Black Belt is a privilege and a Great Responsibility. The Black Belt Student is an ambassador for the Martial Art of TaeKwon-Do and must carry the ideas and training of General Choi Hong-Hi. The new Beginner Student will soon become the next generation of Black Belts. Click HERE for the Black Belt School Page.