A number of Preparatory School martial artists achieved success from their recent grading assessments.
No fewer than five of Rydal Penrhos’ karate kids were rewarded for their outstanding application with at varied levels of difficulty, which came as a result of their exceptional dedication to the discipline.
Year 5 pupil Ellie Knight is now one-step away from taking her Black Belt examination after another standout performance, with classmate Lucy Ranales-Griffiths one level behind as she continued to make incredible progress.
Another to secure a notable milestone was Charlotte Knight at Purple Belt level, and Alexandra Lopez Moreno also climbed another rung on the ladder at Blue Belt difficulty.
Rounding off the achievements was Svaksh Singam, who impressed adjudicators on his way to a Green Belt grading triumph, and they received recognition from Executive Principal John Waszek and Prep School Head Alison Hind at a recent Celebration Assembly.
Each pupil is part of the John Lynn Black Belt Martial Arts Academy in Colwyn Bay, and they have already begun working hard in the hope of securing further distinctions in the future.
Mrs Hind, said: “Our young pupils are thriving with their co-curricular efforts across a wide range of different area, and this latest grading success for our Karate hopefuls is another fine example of their dedication and commitment.
“Ellie, Lucy, Charlotte, Alexandra and Svaksh should be rightfully proud of their achievements, as we all are here at Rydal Penrhos.”