Coming out of November lockdown found Dorset in tier-2 Covid condition. Mudeford Wood CT have stated that we will not be accessing the dojo in December. This is to be reviewed 3 Jan. Stay safe, train hard.
Following the recent Government announcement that we will be in lock-down from Thursday 5 November it has meant we have had to suspend, once again, training at the Mudeford Wood dojo. Hopefully the dojo will re-open in December – we Continue Reading
We are back training at Mudeford wood from the 19th Sept. and will be in the main hall. We welcome back our members as the weather turns colder having trained “al-fresco” for some time 🙂 Please observe all Covid instructions Continue Reading
Pre-grading (none available at Salisbury or Swindon)You must register to train / grade through your instructor – you cannot turn up on the day. Grading
It’s a difficult time for us all however Karate is a wonderful way to keep focused (and fit) despite the restrictions lock-down has presented us and the grief and loss that has touched many. At the SCSKC we do not Continue Reading
As the Covid-19 isolation rules prevent us from training together, I shall be posting a number of videos which can be used at home to keep you training. It is important to keep up your practice, as the founder of Continue Reading
Congratulations to Paul (Brown belt) and Jo & Louis (Red belts) at their successful gradings at the regional SSKA grading centre in Salisbury. Gradings officiated by the Chief Instructor assisted by Senior Instructors.
Congratulations to Louis ( front row right) and Jo (back row right) who obtained their Orange belts at the grading session during the annual SSKA summer camp!
Two of our members, Sensei Smith & Comer attended the SSKA instructors course in Swindon on Sun 19th Jan. It was great to meet many of the association instructors, welcome some promotions, discuss the new grading syllabus and work on Continue Reading
Congratulations to two of our students who successfully graded today at the regisonal grading centre in Salisbury. Paul obtained his Purple belt and Catherine her Green belt; an excellent effort by our students. The training and grading was taken by the SSKA Continue Reading