June Grading for Ayrshire and Glasgow, 2015
I know that this post may be a couple of weeks late, but by the time I get all of the belts, certificates and grading awards handed out to the students it can take a while.
Glasgow Grading, Rutherglen Club
Unfortunately, I was unable to make the Glasgow grading due to a social commitment, but from what I heard it certainly seemed like all the Rutherglen students put in a strong performance.
Well done to the following students who received a plus pass:
- Murrin Butler-Reid
- Jillianne Stirling
- Zoe McIntyre
- Declan Kiely
- Keiran McDermott
- Rocco Conlin
- Ben Galli
Best Performance at Grading for June
A big well done to Kenzie MacFarlane for receiving the Best Performance at Grading Award. Kenzie was awarded this as her focus and attitude on the day of the grading was very good. She also achieved an A pass, well done!
Ayrshire Grading, Dunlop, Galston and Stewarton Clubs
The Ayrshire grading was definitely a busy one with over 100 students grading (I think). It was also a very big one in numbers for James Reed Tae Kwon-Do, we had 33 students in total grading from the Dunlop, Galston and Stewarton clubs which is fantastic. I would like to congratulate Charlotte Moore and Findlay Crawford for achieving their black stripe (1st Kup). They have worked hard to get there and now have to put in even more work if they want to achieve their black belts.
Well done to the following Students that achieved a plus pass:
- Arwen O’Brien
- Bethany McCafferty
- Alexandria Baillie
Well done to the following Students that achieved an A pass:
- David Harcus
- Gwen Harcus
- Martyn Shearer
- Connor Mann
- Katie Moore
The Best Performance at Grading winners for June 2015
Best Adult Performance (Stewarton Club)
All the students from James Reed Tae Kwon-Do should be very proud of themselves for doing so well at the grading, but also for the dedication to train on a regular basis week in week out to progress and become a better martial artist. Without the commitment and the desire to achieve, you wouldn’t be the grade or person/student you are today.