Many students give up karate for various reasons. For some it’s due to injury, for others its just life has got in the way. Whatever your reason the great thing about karate is you can pick up where you left off, at any time or any age.
Have you been thinking about returning to karate?
We have a new promotion especially for returning students. Previous SSKA members can return at the grade they were when they stopped training, this includes Kyu and Dan grades.
We are offering:
- No joining fee to pay.
- No need to back date licence – simply pay for one year (£30)
- Free licence grading book if you have lost yours
- Free karate belt if you have lost yours
- If you’ve graded with another association we’ll accept your current rank
- Plus… One FREE lesson* on a Wednesday evening training with Sensei Cole, Chief Instructor of the SSKA, to help you get back up the the level you need to be.
Lessons on a Wednesday run every other Wednesday.
The next lesson is 23 October and every fortnight after that.
Time: 7.00 to 8.30pm
Venue: Dorcan Recreation Complex, St Paul’s Drive, Swindon
BOOK YOUR PLACE
To book your place for this offer please email us with your Name, Grade, approximate date you left the SSKA plus a contact number for you.
Email Sensei Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone or text 07557532676.
You will be required to fill licence form and pay the licence fee on the Wednesday lesson due to insurance reasons.
*This offer is only available at the main SSKA club on a Wednesday night up to 31 December 2019. Please note the club will close over Christmas period so please check before travelling.
Providing your grading forms, full payment and licence reach us before your chosen grading date we will waive the usual surcharge of £10. Any forms submitted on the day will incur the surcharge.
Form more information on where to send your forms please email email@example.com
Sensei Cole’s Wednesday lessons in Swindon start back on 11 September. The lessons will be taking place at the new venue of Dorcan Recreation Centre, St.Paul’s Drive (the same as our Swindon grading centre). Lesson starts at 7.00 until 8.30pm.
For more information contact Sensei Cole on 07557 532676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that our current grading forms have the incorrect date shown for the black and brown belt course and grading in Swindon. The grading is on Sunday 13 October NOT Sunday 6 October.
Black & Brown Belt Course and Black Belt Grading at Dorcan Recreation Complex, St Paul’s Drive, Swindon SN3 5BY. Juniors & Seniors arrive at 8.45am for admin, lesson 9.30 – 11.00am. Grading starts approx. 11.15am in the Main Hall with Chief Instructor of the SSKA and Senior Instructor assistance.
Download the September Grading forms now from our website. They are available here
Just to remind you that the 2019 summer camp is fast approaching – Friday 9th to Sunday 11th August in Bournemouth. First lesson starts on the Friday 10.45am.
Make sure you book your room as soon has possible direct with the hotel as there are not many rooms left.
To get your discount on the room you must quote the hotel you are an SSKA members.
Full details on www.sska.co.uk
Please put your forms and payment in by the 2nd August otherwise you will have to pay the £10 surcharge.
For more information please email email@example.com
Competitors from across the SSKA took part in our annual kata and kumite competition today in Swindon. The competition saw 00 entrants take part in individual kata, team kata and individual kumite.
There was a great atmosphere at today’s event and all the competitors showed great respect and passion for their karate.
The winners of Individual Kata were:
#1 James Edwards
#2 Thistlerose Longson
#3 Trevor Ockwell
#4 Morgan Roberts-Ellis
The winners of Team Kata were:
#1 Kendrick – Emily Boyd, Anna Boyd, Thistlerose Longson
#2 Evesham A – William Wade, John Garrood, Morgan Roberts-Ellis
#3 Evesham C – Philip Wade, Craig Garrood, Richard Ellis
The winners of Individual Kumite were:
#1 William Wade
#2 James Edwards
#3 Altay Huynh
We also presented the first ever Keith Thomas Memorial Award to the person we felt gave the overall best effort and encompassed the spirit of the day. The award went to Dawn Greig from Wokingham Club. Dawn showed great spirit in the individual kata and got narrowly missed out on a medal place.
Well done to all competitors today. We are already looking forward to next years event.