TRADITIONAL SHOTOKAN KARATE RYU

TRADITIONAL SHOTOKAN KARATE RYU

Fees And Discounts

**You can choose between:** Bronze - Silver **Discounts:** Students - After School Clubs How much do you want to practice? If you cannot make more than once per week then Bronze is for you. If you wanted to attend additional lessons we will accept a lesson fee payment of £6 Juniors & £7 Seniors After School Club fees are for those that wish to attend a TSKR club which is held within school and you only attend during term time. Should you wish to attend more a fee is payable at our other classes. Personal Tuition is available as additional cost for those wishing to get ahead. See bespoke training. OFFERS for April 2017 FREE TASTER FREE KARATE SUIT FREE FIRST GRADING when joining.

Our basic package is for members who wish to only train once per week. This entitles to one lesson per week in any one month. Missed lessons are not carried over. Should you be away on leave you may make up your missed lessons within that month. You may upgrade at anytime.

Juniors 4-16yrs £21 per month

Seniors 17yrs + £25 per month

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Our silver package is highly recommended for members who wish to progress quicker. This entitles to unlimited karate lessons per month.
Students are advised to train more than once per week or take personal tuition too. Missed lessons are not carried over. You may upgrade or downgrade at anytime giving 30 days notice.

Juniors 4-16yrs £33 per month

Seniors 17yrs + £41 per month

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Annual
Membership

PLUS RENEWALS

Student Card
Holder

GET 10% OFF

After School
Clubs

TERM TIME ONLY

Family
Discounts

GET 50% OFF

Annual &
Bi Annual Fees

6 MONTHS or 12 MONTHS

Personal
Tuition

TAILORED TRAINING FOR YOU

Address

12 Charles Wood Road
Rashes Green Industrial Est
Dereham NR19 1SX


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TSKR supports students who are using Karate to gain awards in GCSE Karate and The Duke of Edinburgh Awards and does not have official recognition from the Dept of Education or HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.