Monkeys TaeKwonDo Classes – Ages 5 – 8

Kids classes
Our Monkeys syllabus is specifically designed for children aged 5-8 years, and follows on from the Dino’s syllabus. Students can equally start this syllabus as their first class though. We continue to work on key skills such as co-ordination, balance, confidence and life skills. We run these classes separately from our family classes so the group get the attention they need. Dangerous moves are not taught to the children, but lessons are no less fun and exciting. Children gain self-esteem, confidence, learn discipline and increase their martial art skills and knowledge. They also learn vital knowledge to help stop bullying at school and combat stress from exams.
childrens taekwondo

Topics covered are:

  • Fitness and Co-ordination
  • Stretching & Strength
  • Courtesy & Respect
  • Self Control & Honesty
  • Work Ethic
  • Overcoming hurdles
  • Kicking & Sparring drills
  • Introduction to Sparring


The benefits of young children learning a martial art are important to everyday life. Within martial arts children develop bundles of self confidence and self-esteem which overflows into all areas of their lives, especially with regards to school work.

The core syllabus consists of the following grades:

  • White Belt
  • Purple Tag
  • Purple Belt
  • Orange Tag
  • Orange Belt
  • Brown Tag
  • Brown belt
  • Red Tag


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      Hall Road. Gravesend. DA11 8AQ

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      Cotton Lane. Stone. DA2 6PD

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      Green Street. Dartford. DA1 1QE

      Our venues have taken many years to find, and are in our opinion world class.  We strive to have the highest standards in training halls, rather than train at cheaper venues we would prefer to have better facilities for our students.  This is because we aim to keep students training for many years not a few months!  With this in mind we take the needs of our students seriously and refuse to train at venues with no consideration for the type of activity practised in Martial Arts.  All of our venues have either matted or sprung floors mean that students with pre-existing injuries can train in safety.