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CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) UK Government Response:

Posted: March 2020


The UKTI advises all of our TaeKwon-Do Schools and Federations to follow the policies and guidance issued by the British Government and the respective home nations Public Health Body. This is a distressing time for everyone but, it is vitally important that everyone complies with government guidelines regarding social distancing for the foreseeable future.

The health and well-being of all our UKTI Students is paramount so it is advised everyone keeps up to date by following the Governments online advice, regarding the Social distancing and good health practice. Information via this link is being updated daily so please check regularly.



Posted: 21st March 2020


If any UKTI student is due to Grade or would like to grade and has been doing /  completed their time or the ONLINE TRAINING program sessions then please email us at: and we can arrange an online digital appointment for you to perform an online assessment first, which will determine whether or not you are ready to grade. If you are then eligible to Grade, your LIVE Facetime Grading will be scheduled with one of the Examiners 🥋


How it works:

1. Inclusive Facetime Pre Grading assessment, If the assessment is successful, you will be invited to Grade for your next belt. Your LIVE facetime Grading will commence after your Pre-Grading.


2. A Grading form will then be sent to you to complete and then to submit back to us.


3. Successful candidates will receive their new belt and certificate and we will send a confirmation email to clarify your new grade, so no need to worry. Once we’re back to our normal way of life and attending classes again your new Belt, Certificate & Grading book will be given to you.


Stay safe and be sensible. 🥋




Posted: 24th April 2019


“Training with equipment develops your technique.

Sparring in class time develops your survival skills!”

“Sparring is probably one of the most important training aspects of becoming a great Martial Artist.”

Sparring goes beyond punching and defence. This is where you actually learn to fight. You get to see what works and what doesn’t. You find out exactly what needs to be worked on in your class time. Unfortunately, a lot of students don’t know how to spar because they haven’t got the equipment for it. We are encouraging all Students/Parents to get the training equipment that is available to gain the experience for competition purposes and also most importantly for life threatening street situations.

To purchase a Combat Kit click here:


 Posted: 13th November 2019


A massive well done!

To all of our UKTI England Students, Coaches & Parents who attended the WORLD ITF TAEKWON-DO CHAMPIONSHIPS you did us all proud!

16 Medals won:
4 Gold🥇
4 Silver🥈
8 Bronze🥉

Pat Conway🥇🥉
Mohammed Khan 🥉
Tamara Rose 🥇🥈
Samar Khan 🥉🥉
Ghalib Sohail 🥈🥉
Declan Ward 🥉
Aryan Parmar 🥉
Arman Khan🥉
Muaaz Sohail🥇🥇
Ayaan Bhatti 🥈
Wiktoria De Souza🥈

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