December 2020 Kung Fu Grading

December 2020 Kung Fu Grading


The December 2020 Kung Fu grading is fast approaching. You should be practicing hard every day to ensure you succeed at your grading examination.

Our grading’s assess students on their curriculum material. How well they do will determine whether they are ready to be promoted to the next rank level. The grading requires a thorough understanding of the techniques and applying them under exam conditions.

Grading’s include punching and kicking techniques, paired sequences that test one’s ability to react to an enemy attack, board breaking, sparring and the traditional sequence of moves known as Taolu. Students are assessed on each criteria for their grading examinations.  


You must be registered and have a full Gi before participating in the grading. Your instructor will issue you a grading form if you pass the mock exam.


If you are struggling with your grading material and think you may not make it in time, don’t worry! We offer private grading lessons to help you through your troubles. It usually takes one session and then you are good to go – all you need to do is listen, learn and practice what we show you. Book your private grading lesson with us today to ensure you get across the line with your grading.

Details for the December Kung Fu grading are as follows:

When: Friday 11 December 2020, Kids from 5.30pm, Adults from 6.30 pm.

Where: 38 Kipling Street, Roslyn, Palmerston North – in the Roslyn School Hall.

Dress: Full traditional uniform (Kung Fu Gi and belt).

What to do: Show up at your allotted time and take the correct exam applicable to your rank. Make sure you have your sparring gear (where applicable).

How: Practice your grading material, show us your stuff, get a grading form, return it to us complete.

Excluding black belt grades, there are 20 rank levels in the Kung Fu Academy NZ. This requires a minimum of five years training to achieve the rank of black belt. Our curriculum challenges students in physical, mental and spiritual aspects. It requires great dedication, discipline and concentration to succeed. 


Sifu Chan

BySifu Chan

Creator and Chief Instructor of Kung Fu Academy NZ.