UPDATED ON 08/05/2024
Belt Grading in Bretton Dojo A Evening to Remember

Belt Grading in Bretton Dojo: A Evening to Remember

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One of the highlights of HAITO Karate & Self-Defence Club is the belt grading system, which allows students to progress through different levels of skill and knowledge. Belt grading is not only a way of measuring achievement, but also a way of celebrating hard work and dedication.

Last night, we had an amazing belt grading event at our Bretton Dojo, where students demonstrated their skills and earned their new belts. It was a night full of excitement, challenge, and joy. Here are some of the highlights:

Yellow Belts (10th KYU)

The yellow belt is the first step in the HAITO Karate & Self-Defence Club journey. It signifies that the student has learned the basic techniques and principles of karate. To earn the yellow belt, students have to perform a series of punches, kicks, blocks, and stances. We are proud to announce that 10 students achieved their yellow belts last night. They are: Henry, Rebeka, Dominika, Mateo, Stanley, Aiden, Calvin, Maya, Manasvi and Krzysztof. Congratulations to all of them for their excellent performance and enthusiasm!

Yellow Belts with Green Stripes (9th KYU)

The yellow belt with green stripes is the second level in the HAITO Karate & Self-Defence Club syllabus. It indicates that the student has improved their skills and knowledge and is ready to learn more advanced techniques. To earn this belt, students have to perform more complex punches, kicks, blocks, stances and 3 rounds of touch sparring.

We are delighted to announce that 9 students achieved their yellow belts with green stripes last night. They are: Grzegorz, Darius, Dominik, Sania, Nina, Albert, Matas, Dominykas and Daniel. Congratulations to all of them for their impressive display of skill and confidence!

A Very Happy and Proud Sensei

As a Sensei (teacher) of HAITO Karate & Self-Defence Club, I am very happy and proud of all my students who participated in the belt grading last night. They have shown great dedication, perseverance, and respect throughout their training. They have also shown great support and encouragement for each other.

I would like to thank all the parents and family members who came to watch and cheer for their children. And finally, I would like to thank all the members of the Bretton Dojo for making it such a wonderful place to learn and practice karate.

If you are interested in joining us at Bretton Dojo or learning more about HAITO Karate & Self-Defence Club, please visit our website at haitokarate.com or contact us at gabi@haitokarate.com. We welcome students of all ages (starting from 5 years old) and abilities.

Thank you for reading this blog post and I hope to see you soon at Bretton Dojo!

Osu! (a karate greeting meaning respect and perseverance)

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