Good Luck for the Karate British Championships Alan

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Alan in year 5, who is one belt away from being on black, will be competing to be Britains under 9’s karate champion.  Alan has been competing since he was 6 years old and thoroughly enjoys the sport. His main influences are his mum and his dad and he said that they always keep him going, even when things get difficult and boring. In the future, Alan hopes he can fulfil his dreams compete in the Olympic games. Here in Kingifsher Class, we want to show our support to Alan and wish him the best of luck for the future. Please leave your motivational words below…


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