Adult & Child Lessons
Our goal is to teach your baby to swim and learn how to be safe around the water, using play and song. Learning to swim at an early age reduces chances of children developing a fear of the water. Please note: A parent/guardian must be in the water at all times.
Adult & Child 5 months - 18 months - Monday 10am, Friday 9.30am & Saturday 10am
Adult & Child 18 months - 3 years - Monday 10:30am, Tuesday 10am, Wednesday 10:30am, Friday 10am & Saturday 10.30am/11am
Adult & Child 3 years + - Monday 11am, Tuesday 10.30am, Wednesday 11am, Friday 10.30am & Saturday 11.30am
50 Week Group Swimming Lessons
This class will introduce and improve the three main swimming strokes. Pupils will also learn new water skills such as floating, basic safety awareness, water confidence and swimming underwater.
Stage 1 - Monday 4pm, 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm, Wednesday 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm
Adult Swimming Lessons
Our adult lessons are designed for pupils aged 16 years and over. If you have never swum before and would like to learn how to swim, or would like to brush up on your strokes, we have a class for you. All classes are taught by qualified instructors who recognise individual needs and will work on them through gentle practise.
Adult beginners - Tuesday 12noon, 12.30pm, Thursday 10.30am - 11.00am
Adult improvers - Thursday 11.00am - 11.30am
We Follow Swim England's Learn To Swim Pathway
We work in partnership with Swim England to deliver a high quality Learn to Swim Programme for all ages and abilities.
All our instructors are experienced and fully trained to deliver the Swim England Learn to Swim Programme and are fully DBS checked.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each swimming lessons is 30 minutes per week
For all our Adult and Child lessons, you will need to be in the pool. For all lessons Stage 1 + you are not required to be in the water
No, all swimming lessons are paused on bank holidays. Your direct debit payment will reflect this.
All of our swimming lessons are paid for via monthly direct debit.
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