25 Nov '11, 3am

You wouldn't want to mess around with these students

You wouldn't want to mess around with these students

PICTURE COURTESY OF SINGAPORE TAEKWONDO FEDERATION DON'T mess with students from Edgefield Secondary School. This is because every student from the school there is trained in taekwondo as part of the school's physical education curriculum. The school, which opened earlier this year with one mixed cohort of 320 secondary students, is the first and only school to have compulsory taekwondo classes for its students.

Full article: http://www.tnp.sg/content/ltedge

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