Fun, Challenging and Confidence building!

Autumn 2016 Children’s Learn to Swim Crash Course
(2 years old and up)

    5-day Crash Course
  • Start date: Monday, 3rd April 2017
  • End date: Friday, 7th April 2017
  • Time and duration: 4:30pm - 6pm (Half hour sessions)

contact us to book crash course lessons

Learn to Swim Crash Course

We aim to start your little one on their first aquatic adventure in the best possible way. Our course aims to transform the way they see the pool environment; from a big scary place with a ‘bottomless ocean’ to a fun, more enjoyable place where they will become pirates of the ocean!

For younger children, the course is designed to give maximum amount of confidence to nervous swimmers, and increase the ability of both beginners & improvers. For older children, the aim of this course will be to improve and enhance all areas of aquatic abilities, such as stamina, strength, stroke development and technique.

We see nervous and timid 2-3 year olds all the time- they’re our speciality! This nervousness can be easily overcome with a little patience and determination, coupled with plenty of fun. A crash course is a great way to get up to speed before or during the term, and can significantly improve confidence over a short period of time. Check out our calendar for the next available course!


Rescue and Lifesaving Crash Course

New to the course is the RLSS Rescue and Lifesaving course for more advanced swimmers. Your child can be accredited with a national award (Rookie/ bronze, silver and gold challenges) that could put them on their first steps to a lifesaving vocation or similar area of interest.







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