• Saturday Taekwondo Gradings – 27th March 2021

  • The end of term gradings is almost here! Just a reminder to parents and students that there are certain requirements before we can invite a student to grade. The first is the student must have attended a minimum of 80% of their classes for the term, and during that time the student has proven to the instructor/s that they are ready to move to the next belt or stripe. If you haven’t received an invite to the grading, please talk with the head instructor (or senior instructors) in-class or via email.

    Due to COVID 19 regulations spectators for the gradings will not be allowed.

    Students are to come to the grading time for the belt they currently have. So if you’re a yellow belt, come to the yellow belt grading. If you’re unsure, please speak with reception or ask one of our friendly black belt instructors.

    Grading fees can now be paid on the website. Payments can via PayPal or Direct Deposit. Go to our store at https://martialarts.com.au/store/

    All classes for the grading day are cancelled for the day. Please select another day to do a make-up martial arts class.

    Musketeers – All White belts.
    Start @ 9:30 AM. Finish approx. 10:15 AM.

    Musketeers – All Orange and Yellow belts.
    Start @ 10:15 AM. Finish approx. 11:30 AM.

    Juniors – All White, Yellow and Blue belts.
    Start @ 11:30 AM. Finish approx. 1:30 PM.


    We recommend to students to practice their patterns, self-defence, and terminology at least thirty minutes each day at home. The syllabus is available in the Student section on the website. https://martialarts.com.au/students/

    If a student can’t make the grading day, we do offer an in-class grading option for an extra $20 (subject to instructor availability.) Talk with reception to organise this.

    If you or your student has any questions, please contact reception or speak with an instructor. Please ask any questions BEFORE the grading – not on the grading day as we will be very busy then.

    Thanks everyone! Good luck, and practice as much as you can.

    – MTC Team