Taekwondo G4-8 (S1)
Grade 4 - 8 | 12-30 Participants
Wednesday (2:55-4:25 pm) | Sports Hall 1
Semester 1 Programme | Cost: $260

Our mission is to guide our students to be the best in their lives through the study of the Korean martial art – Taekwondo. Through Taekwondo training, we seek to cultivate in our students confidence, coordination, flexibility, self-defense, discipline, respect and good health. This CCA focuses on developing and improving basic martial art skills with an emphasis on the values: "Courtesy", "Respect", "Perseverance", "Confidence" and "Harmony". This program also provides multiple opportunities a year for grading tests with the goal of attaining a black belt.

Pre-requisite: Attend practice regularly, good attitude and respect for each other. During each lesson, students will be guided through an adequate warm-up, specialised training focusing on the correct Taekwondo kicking techniques, and ending with stretching and a cool-down. Taekwondo related games during the lesson will offer students the opportunity to build coordination, endurance and to gain confidence while having fun.The “Dobok” (Taekwondo uniform) is mandatory for all participants. Students who do not have one, may purchase the uniform directly from the instructor price to be advised.

Language of instruction will be English.


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Master Daniel Kim 5th degree Master Daniel Kim was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. While attending college in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan, Master Kim was very active in spreading Taekwondo there. In 2010, Master Kim decided to open his own school in Singapore. Since then, he has enjoyed teaching Taekwondo to many families here. He enjoys teaching children because he believes they are the future. Some of his recent achievements are Chingay Parade 2013 Korean Contingent Director and Choreographer and being appointed as Vice-Chairman of the Singapore National Demonstration Team. Master Wilson Lim Wilson Lim graduated with a double major in Communication and Psychology from SUNY Buffalo, USA. In his time there, he represented the college in the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference (ECTC), competing against Ivy League schools in the east such as Cornell and Princeton and won numerous medals in the poomsae division. He is currently interning in the psychology unit with the Singapore Sports Council. He first fell in love with the sport of Taekwondo when he went on exchange to South Korea at Kyung Hee University. He hopes to spread his passion for the sport to more people, inspiring others to "live better through sports."