Last week Crow students were once again tested for their skills during the gradings on Monday and Wednesday. We kicked off with the Little Ravens Club on Monday. Our little ones showcased their techniques, self-discipline and focus in a very impressive fashion and were rewarded with their brand new belts.
Next were the Junior CrowMAX students. And while it was a trial grading for the Cho Dan Bo`s and black belts, four students went for their next step towards black belt. The students demonstrated a further improved level of technique and are now one step closer to their next belt.
After the CrowMAx students it was time for our first Junior CX grading. Students from white to green/black belt went for their next belt. Master Craig was happy to see that the students had worked hard throughout the term and during the grading. In the end everybody went home with a new belt.
Last but not least our CrowMAX adults went for their trial grading. Master Craig kept a close eye on all students to see who might be eligable for the next black belt grading in October.
On Wednesday we once again kicked off with the Little Ravens Club. And like the previous class on Monday all students demonstrated excellent discipline and technique and earned their next belt.
The same goes for our second Junior CX grading which was next. All students showed that they are ready for their next step in their martial arts journey.
Next were the Junior BBX students (blue to red belt). Moving higher up the ranks requires persistance, effort and determination, all of which our students demonstrated on this day. They are now one step closer to black belt.
In the final chapter of this grading our adult CX and BBX students were tested. And like in the previous gradings they were pushed hard. In the end the hard work payed off and all students received their next belt. A special congratulations to Catherine and George who are now moving to the CrowMAX class for their final step towards black belt.
A big thank you to our XMA students who showcased their awesome skills during the grading.
We like to congratulate all students to their new belt.