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Gradings 2018-07-16T15:02:39+00:00

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Focus TKD Gradings 2018

Here are the grading dates for this year. Please note all dates are subject to change. Please check with your instructor!

Try to set yourself a target for the year so that you have a good idea of when your grading is coming around. This is the best way to prepare and be successful on the day.

All coloured belt graduations at Hersham
Saturdays 09:30am-3:00pm

3rd FEBRUARY
5th MAY
21st JULY (held at Hinchley Wood start time 09:30am)
13th OCTOBER

Blackbelt Grading – Hersham – 10am-4:00pm

Saturday 24th March

Saturday 27th October

Gradings in Dulwich (All Grades)
Sunday 9:30am – 12:00pm

4th FEBRUARY
6th MAY
22nd JULY
14th OCTOBER

Travelling to the Grading

Gradings in Hersham are held at:
Coronation Playing Fields, Molesey Road, Hersham KT12 4QR

Click here for a map to Coronation Playing Fields

Gradings in Hinchley Wood are held at:
Old Gym, Hinchley Wood Secondary School, Claygate Lane, Esher, KT10 0AQ

Click Here for a map to Hinchley Wood School

Gradings in Dulwich are held at:
Hamlets Health Club, Edgar Kail Way (Next to Sainsbury’s)
Dog Kennel Hill, East Dulwich SE22 8BD

Click here for Buses to Hamlets Health Club

Our Grading System

For your information, there are 3 possibe results:
P = Pass, CP = Conditional Pass and F = Fail.
If your standard is terrible you will fail. We do not believe in giving out belts to keep student retention. Quality Tae Kwon-Do comes first! In the event that you fail your grading you are then given one opportunity to come back and re-grade without charge but you have to wait until the next grading.

If you get a CP, that means there were areas of your grading that were too poor for you to pass out right and you are given a set period of time to fix those areas. Your instructor will assess you during that time and then pass or fail you based on your performance. All students are given feedback after their grading to ensure that they have understood the process and what is expected of them.