14th March 2020
We were incredibly fortunate to be able to hold our grading this March, and we couldn’t be prouder of everyone involved and those who pushed themselves so hard during grading. You deserve your new belts – and we look forward to seeing you in them next time we are training together.
For the first time since MKKC started we had not just 1 trophy to award, but 2! Congratulations Neve for being awarded the Senior trophy – you really are a role model in the club, and to Zoha for getting the Junior trophy – you train hard and keep your spirit up every week. Well done girls.
16th November 2019 – Grading Day.
Well done to all our students who graded, it’s great to see you all moving through your belts together. The support and camaraderie you have for each other really shines through, and of course the help and support from your families.
Well done to Charlotte for winning the trophy this time.
13th July 2019 – Grading day!
We were so proud to see so many of our students grade. A special congratulations to Arhana on getting the club trophy. Well deserved, let’s keep going to your next belt 🙂
30th TASK Championships – 22nd June 2019
On 22nd June MKKC and our fellow TASK clubs took part in the TASK Championships.
The spirit and effort shown was amazing – and the number of medals you won was a true testament to how much work you put in – we couldn’t be prouder of you all.
Here’s a few pictures from the day
March (and April) grading 2019
In March we had our Kyu gradings. Congratulations to Alfie for winning the club trophy!
This was followed a week later by the Dan Gradings.
We are incredibly proud of all who took their exams and that you all passed.
Charity starts at home …. and now the Dojo too!
From our charity event on 31st January to the donation at the Food Bank MK on 26th February – what an amazing achievement (special thanks to Newport Pagnell Karate Club and Stony Stratford Karate Club for your support!)
Grading November 2018
Well done to all who graded this November – you did so well, your Sensei are very proud of you.
A very special congratulations to Daniel for winning the trophy – not an easy thing to win, well done!
Sensei Poynton Course 14th October 2018
Working with pads to help our techniques
Some basic techniques