Chelmsford SKC News Article

On Sunday Rosie Caddy was presented with her Young Leader Bronze Award by Sensei Richard Naylor-Jones. 

Since April, Rosie has been studying the role of a Young Leader and assisting with our Shotokan Tigers classes.  As a result of her hard work and effort she has fulfilled the necessary requirements to achieve the Bronze level.  She can now officially call herself a 'KUGB Young Leader'.   Well done Rosie!



10 October 2016: Rosie Caddy is awarded her KUGB Young Leader Bronze AwardPhoto:  KUGB Assessor Sensei Richard Naylor-Jones presents Rosie Caddy with her Young Leaders Bronze Level Certificate.


The KUGB, the Country's largest single-style Karate Association, have in place an Instructor Qualification Programme which allows our students to work towards becoming an Instructor or Assistant Instructor. This year the KUGB has added the 'Young Leaders Award' to its programme for our younger members (aged 12-17) and we are proud to be actively part of this programme.

If you are interested in learning how to become a Young Leader please speak with either Jane or Richard.