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Providing quality Martial Arts to children, adults and families.

Chuldow Morley’s commitment to safety has been recognised!

Chuldow Morley has always been committed to the safe enjoyment of Martial Arts. We recently applied to be assessed for the Safeguarding Code, a stringent standard set by Sport England to ensure that those schools accredited meet the highest standards for the safety of their members; in particular children and vulnerable adults. We were successful […]

Government publishes new guidance for teaching online safety in schools

A recent article by the Anti-Bullying Alliance states: “The Government has recently published non-statutory guidance supporting schools to teach pupils how to stay safe online. This can be especially helpful when studying new and existing subjects, including Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education, Health Education, Citizenship and Computing. Within the guidance there are links to […]

Great seminar with Iain Abernethy

Fantastic seminar with Iain Abernethy, renowned Kata expert. Students and instructors alike received insights into the origins and the effective application of traditional Kata. Mr Abernethy was an amazingly friendly and humorous instructor and delivered a huge amount of information. We certainly hope to see him at Chuldow again in the future.

Success at the 2018 Chuldow National Championships

We had a great time at the 2018 Chuldow Championships on 17th June 2018. With wins across all the disciplines including Karate Kata, Taekwon-Do patterns (Tuls), point-stop sparring and light-continuous kickboxing. Despite being Fathers Day it was great to see Morley students of all ages in attendance and a great result of 3rd overall.

CONGRATULATIONS TO MR WATTS ON HIS PROMOTION TO 2ND DAN

Mr Nigel Watts, Instructor at Chuldow Morley, was assessed under a panel of senior Black Belts including Master Hauer on Sunday 16th of July 2017 and after hours of demonstrating his skill and fortitude was awarded the rank of 2nd Dan Black Belt in Wado-Ryu Karate. The promotion comes after three years of hard work […]

Fun and frolics at the Westerton Primary Academy Summer Gala

Chuldow Morley paid a visit to Westerton Primary Academy on the 1st July having been invited to participate in the Summer Gala. A walk in and try it session was held on the school field by the instructors with the help of existing students and visiting children were able to try out a few martial […]

Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace Seminar 2017

May 9th, 2017 saw Chuldow Martial Arts host a seminar with a true legend of the Martial Arts, Mr Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace. It proved to be a fantastic event and once again the only thing faster than Mr Wallace’s left foot is his irrepressible wit. Undefeated in a fifteen year career Mr Wallace earned the […]

First Chuldow Taekwon-Do Black Belt Grading a great success!

Saturday 4th March 2017 saw the first Chuldow Martial Arts Taekwon-Do Black Belt Grading. As the first grading of it’s kind it was conducted by Mr East’s Taekwon-Do Instructor and honoured guest Grandmaster P Liversidge 9th Degree with the assistance of Mr Robert Caschetto 4th Degree. This was also due to Mr East being himself […]

Congratulations Mr Watts!

Mr Nigel Watts added to his ever growing list of achievements this month by achieving his 1st Dan Black Belt in Sai-Jutsu under the strict tuition of our own Mrs Kirsty East, herself a 2nd Dan in Sai-Jutsu, and assessed by Master A. Hauer. Well done Mr Watts!

New Year, New Look!

Students returning to Chuldow Morley after the Christmas break may think they’ve come to the wrong place. Whilst students took a break Mr and Mrs East were busy co-ordinating and helping the professional joiners and decorators in fully refurbishing the Academy. Not just a lick of paint, the Academy has a new open plan reception […]