Celebration as club students make grade
BASSINGBOURN Judo Club is celebrating after an assessment saw a number of students grades promoted. The gradings are a test of what the students have retained in terms of knowledge, technique, and etiquette over a given period of time. Club official Ge
BASSINGBOURN Judo Club is celebrating after an assessment saw a number of students' grades promoted.
The gradings are a test of what the students have retained in terms of knowledge, technique, and etiquette over a given period of time.
Club official Geoff Klein said: "In our club junior members have approximately three assessments every year.
"The promotions mean a lot to the students, as they feel that they are moving along and are achieving recognition for their efforts.
You may also want to watch:
"The people who have moved up more than one grade have done exceptionally well and are an inspiration to the other members of the club.
"They can motivate others to try to achieve that bit more. The club is really proud."
- 1 Kite Festival cancelled after lockdown extension
- 2 Grandmother runs Royston in Blue 5k solo to raise money for charity
- 3 A505 campaigner on safety improvement progress and wrong-way driver near-miss
- 4 Limes Communal Rooms to become Bassingbourn's village hall
- 5 Man jailed after attacking victim with glass bottle in hotel room
- 6 Young Crows net funding for club improvements
- 7 Ex-footballers set for charity match to raise money for hospital cardiology department
- 8 Network Rail seeks green light for Cambridge South station
- 9 Socially-distanced festival is a welcome return to pre-pandemic good times
- 10 'If I lived three miles away the obstacles would've been lower' - Councillor calls for IVF to be reinstated in Cambs
Lizzie Collins, Ben Robson, David Coleman, Mark Golab, Michael Priest, Oliver Holway, Peter Davies, and Sam Norcross all moved up by two grades.
- The club will be holding its annual tournament on Wednesday, June 20, at 6.15pm.