After a gruelling three-hour grading in Hereford, Lower Sixth pupil Sam was successful in achieving his Black Belt 2nd Dan (Nidan) in Karate.
Sam, from Brecon, has spent the last ten years studying the martial art and has dedicated much time and effort to achieve his goals.
Head of Christ College, Mrs Emma Taylor, said, “Sam has shown immense dedication to his chosen discipline and to have achieved this grading at the tender age of 16 is a great achievement. We are all extremely proud of him and so pleased that all the hours he has spent in the Dojo have paid off.”
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