BISHOP PARKER SCHOOL KARATE CLUB IS NOW CLOSED (14TH JUNE 2017)

DOJO

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ADDRESS DETAILS & LOCATION MAP

Barton Road, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK2 3BT

 

INSTRUCTORS

Sensei Simon McMahon 3rd Dan

Sensei Pam Waterhouse 3rd Dan

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Phone: 07905-582151

 

CHILD WELFARE PROTECTION OFFICER

Sensei Pam Waterhouse

 

TRAINING DAYS & TIMES

FRIDAYS 15:30PM TO 16:30PM

 

LATEST CLUB NEWS

July 2017 - Important Message

It is with deep regret that due to a change in the school's after school activity policy, the karate club has had to close. The final lesson was on July 14th 2017.

It is hoped that the majority will be able to continue their training at other dojos.

Thank you to all the students and the parents that supported the club and I hope to see you all again in the future.

Sensei McMahon

 

June 2017 Kyu Gradings

Well done to all those who passed their grading and a big well done to Kieran who won the quarterly trophy.

kierangilnagh

 

March 2017 Kyu Gradings

Congratulations to all those who took and passed their grading and a big well done to Santino who was the recipient of the quarterly trophy.

 

 

December 2016

Congratulations to all those who took and passed their grading and a big well done to Nico who was the worthy recipient of the quarterly trophy. Keep up the good work!

 

September 2016

Bishop Parker is a new club in the Federation and opened in September 2016 as an after school club.

 

CLUB TROPHY AWARD WINNERS

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JUNE 2017

TROPHY WINNER  

Kieran Gilnagh

 

YEAR MARCH JUNE SEPTEMBER DECEMBER
               
2016       Nico Piacquadio
2017 Santino Palmiero Kieran Gilnagh    
         

It was decided back in 1983 to reward and encourage students by presenting a club trophy at each grading. The recipient would be the student who stood out in some way from the rest for a variety of reasons.

In certain circumstances the trophy might be awarded to the karate-ka with the best technique. More commonly however it is awarded to the student who has trained with diligence and dedication. It may be awarded to a student who simply turns up regularly at the dojo early to sweep the floor. Most often though it is given to the karate-ka who shows an understanding of karate-do in some way. Maybe they have done some good deeds away from the dojo or maybe raising funds for charity etc.

To list all the reasons for handing out the trophy here is not possible but suffice to say in the eyes of their sensei it is deserved. The choice should never be questioned because it is not always possible to explain why it was awarded and sometimes it is unwise to do so. Please though join with us in giving our sincere congratulations to all winners, past, present and future.
            

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