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Kiran’s Trust agrees with the belief of the Scottish Book Trust (SBT) that everyone should have the opportunity to improve their life chances through access to books and the development of fundamental reading and writing skills – unlocking creativity and improving mental health and well-being. Supporting all communities across Scotland, with particular focus on those who are vulnerable, under-represented […]
Meghan Grieve has also been very busy and creative since graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Most recently she has been working with on the new Scottish series Origins of the Laioch. Kiran’s Trust has taken the opportunity to support this work in recognition of the young people working on the production as well as to […]
Larbert High School, Kiran’s former secondary school, is a positive and proactive outlet for Kiran’s Trust to support creative arts education. Four school prizes are awarded each year in the subjects of creative art and design, music, photography and creative writing. Even though school was not in session, Larbert held their prize giving online. A three-year scholarship is […]
Kiran’s Trust was pleased to renew connections with a former LHS scholarship winner. Maisie Cotter was graduating from Dundee University but found herself without the opportunity to display her degree work. KT Director Johnny, and Don Jack, Creative Director of IDEAS, came up with the idea of a virtual gallery to showcase Maisie’s work. It can be found […]
This is great photo of all the female champions with our Jo Smith in the middle next to two times Olympic Champion Jade Jones!
Our Scholars from Central Taekwondo did amazingly well at the Manchester Open Poomsae Championships 2019. Well done, we are so proud of you all. Photos Read More
We are delighted to announce that former Kiran’s Trust Taekwondo Scholar, Asia Bailey has joined the team (#teamkiran) as an Associate. Asia is a past European Championship bronze medalist at both Junior and Senior level. Unfortunately a knee injury brought about early retirement from a very promising career. Asia is currently study sports & exercise […]
…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 […]
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.
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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!