Here are a few photos of our Karate Kids practicing “Kumite” (freestyle sparring). This is an opportunity for students to test their skills (mind, body and spirit). At SCK, it’s not uncommon to see students wearing “bogu” (protective equipment) when practicing Kumite.
Although, all students work hard and push each other to greater levels, it’s important to acknowledge the presence of “reigi saho” (Etiquette, Manner or Conduct). All students are encouraged to “intentionally” develop what respect means to them and how they choose to demonstrate respect in the dojo and in all areas of their lives.
It’s time to launch our Term 2 Colouring Competition, “Community”. Enter for your chance to WIN a $30 GIFT VOUCHER.
How to get involved:
1. Visit SCK today to pick up your entry form or Download Here
3. Return to SCK before 10:30am, Saturday 30th June, 2018.
We look forward to displaying your artwork at the dojo in the Little Monkey’s Room. HAPPY COLOURING!!!
Here are some photos of some of our Karate Kids working diligently to improve their kicking techniques. The little things really do make a big difference.
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Here is a family to keep an eye out for in 2018. Frazer and Zac have been training for a little while now and have become quite competitive on the tournament circuit. Now, we are excited to welcome Zac’s younger brother, Ethan to SCK. Good times ahead for our Evett Family.
We have been fortunate to work with many families on the Sunshine Coast since the year 2000. It has certainly been a great way to to bring families together and work together to bring out the best in each other.
Young leader, Anthony, co-ordinating presentations in one of our Little Champions Classes. Congratulations to Jasmine and Amelie on your recent achievements. And, congratulations to Anthony for your outstanding enthusiasm, creativity and growing responsibility in the dojo as a leader.
A big week of celebrations in the dojo last week as we publicly presented new belts and certificates to students who earned new levels at the recent grading. Congratulations everyone and keep up the great work.
The next grading is scheduled for Saturday 30th June.
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Japanese language teacher from the Kawana High School, Nicole Notting Sensei, continues to go above and beyond to provide her students with memorable learning experiences to not only develop their language skills but to also experience the Japanese culture right here on the Sunshine Coast.
Last Friday the 4th May, Notting Sensei organised a full day of activities for her students (30 students) which I’m certain will be remembered by her students for many years to come. Dance, “suikawari” (a traditional Japanese game which involves splitting a watermelon with a stick), “mochitsuki” (pounding of rice to make mochi – annual tradition that usually happens around New Years) , lunch at a popular Japanese Restaurant at Dicky Beach and “KARATE”.
Sensei Martin did a fabulous job presenting an hour long karate training session of kihons (basics) which was delivered in both English and Japanese. This was followed by a brief discussion of the history of Karate and a demonstration.
A big thank you to Notting Sensei for inviting us along to this special day. It is certainly a great opportunity for all Kawana High School students to advance their Japanese language studies and gain a deeper appreciation of the Japanese culture.
Thanks to Senpai Keanu and Senpai Klaudia our Term 2 “Sweat & Stretch” Class is under way. We look forward to seeing how everyone progresses over the next 8 weeks.
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The latest newsletter (May 2018 edition) is now available for download. Hard copies are available from the dojo or on the dojo noticeboard, or you can view it online – May 2018 Newsletter (PDF 2.2MB).
- SCK is in the running to win a share of $6000 in Telstra’s Connected Community Program
- Upcoming Events (May – June 2018, plus all 2018 gradings, tournaments & camps)
- New Sports Awards For Little Champions & Karate Kids
- “Confidence” Colouring Competition Winner… Na’Ila Khan
- Attendance Recognition – Top Training Students in March & April
- Committed to Excellence Awards
- New Students
- Student Birthday’s
- Quotes of the Month
- Website Upgrade
- April Grading Results
- Japanese with Rika Sensei
- Term 2 Sweat & Stretch Class
Download the newsletter now: May 2018 Newsletter (PDF 2.2MB).
Can you help us win first prize of $5000?
Sunshine Coast Karate is one of 3 community groups in the running to win a share of $6000 in prizes. The more votes we get the more chances we have of winning the main prize. You can vote more than once, but limited to one vote per person per day. Voting open Monday 7 May and ends on Sunday 3 June.
Vote instore at any of the following Telstra Stores:
- Telstra Store Maroochydore, Opposite Coles – Shop123 / Sunshine Plaza, Horton Parade, Maroochydore, Q, 4558
- Telstra Store Sunshine Plaza, Near Kmart – Shop 243 / Sunshine Plaza, Horton Parade, Maroochydore, Q, 4558
- Telstra Store Noosa, Shop T1003/4 Noosa Civic Centre, 28 Eenie Creek Rd, Noosaville QLD 4566