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…it has been for our Taekwondo scholars. Kara McLaren is amassing her collection of awards. She won the Junior SPOTY at here school, St Mungos in Falkirk. She has also been asked to join Falkirk Future Stars and been selected to compete in Croatia in October. Then Jo Smith went to Luxembourg to compete and […]
Tasha Wilson took part in her first Taekwondo Poomsae competition of 2019. She is now a Junior and learning a tougher side of the sport. With 62 fellow competitors in her category she certainly felt the pressure. However in her own way she stuck to her task and knowing her own skills, scored high enough […]
A beautiful day for the official opening of our Carron Dams Gateway Sculptures. Our Art & Design Scholar, Josh Hale designed this wonderful archway. Some of the pupils gave monologues of times gone by up to the present day with respect to Carron Iron Works and the Dams they built. @Josh21Hale@ChasWhatmore@kirans_trust@LarbertHigh@Mrs_Heery_Drama@MrsSwinney_LHS@carrondamlnr@falkirk_herald@falkirkcouncil@FCTrust@kirans_trust@Larbert_ExpArts@LarbertHigh
Nine Central Taekwondo Academy players were awarded Kiran’s Trust Scholarship tonight. There are three Kyorugi players and six Poomsae players. They have been selected on merit and we are all very proud of this award. Grand Master David Bailey said “This is a tremendous achievement by these students, and is something for all members of […]
Prepare to be mesmerised by the uncanny illusionists from Edinburgh Young Carers. In collaboration with MagicFest and Professor Richard Wiseman they will be creating Magic in a Photo! Witness the magic at Storytelling Centre, unlock the secrets at Museum of Childhood. Thur 13 Dec 2018 – Sat 26 Jan 2019 As always we are very […]
Won this year by Kara McLaren a pupil at St Mungos School in Falkirk. Kara is a student at Central Taekwondo Academy who said that she goes above and beyond to improve here taekwondo skills. Well done Kara, picture here with Johnny.
Our Poomsae scholar Tasha Wilson swept all before her at the National GB Championships and what away to finish her Cadet career. Individual Cadet = Gold; Individual Junior = Gold; Cadet Pairs = Bronze; Cadet Team = Gold. In 2019 she’ll be in the Juniors (15-17 years old). We wish every success!
We spent a lovely evening at the Scottish Book Trust reception in the Scottish Parliament last night. We are very pleased to have supported Amelia Puchala (right) who has self managed the publication of here poems. Amelia is pictured here with Gail Ross MSP and fellow WYS colleague Elspeth Nicol.
Jo Smith won a bronze medal in the Serbian Open. She said it wasn’t the colour that she wanted but she’ll take it! Well done Jo
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NASA Advisor and STEM Ambassador, Deb Grubbe, flew from the US to spend three days with the the pupils at LHS and hand out the awards at the Junior and Senior Prize evenings. Deb did this as gift to Kiran’s Trust. Everyone enjoyed the experience — Thank you Deb!!