THE SWIM ENGLAND PROGRAMME IS THE MOST OF SUCCESSFUL OF ITS KIND IN ENGLAND WITH OVER 80% OF SWIMMING LESSONS FOLLOWING THE PROGRAMME. DEVELOPED BY SWIMMING EXPERTS, THE FRAMEWORK ALSO FORMS THE CORNERSTONE OF CURRICULUM SWIMMING LESSONS IN ENGLAND.
For all ages – from 0 years to 109!
Our friendly teachers are all ASA qualified and DBS checked
Lessons run for 25 minutes or 55 minutes
Swimmers progress from one stage to another as their ability improves and they successfully complete each stage
Lessons run 50 weeks a year (including Bank holidays with a break over Christmas)
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Make learning to swim even more fun with Swim England’s My Learn to Swim app! Celebrate achievements and unlock characters and stickers as they progress through the Swim England Learn to Swim Programme.
Coloured hats are worn by Swimstars to reflect swimming ability; as a child moves up through the stages, they progress through the hat colours
Swimstar customers benefit from FREE unlimited public swimming when lessons are paid for by direct debit
“I’d like to share how impressed we are with the swimming coach Nathan. My son, who is on Stage 5, has been in his class for a few months now, and every week he goes I am blown away by Nathan’s coaching. He is so great with the kids but at the same time ensures they are improving and giving their all. The balance he ensures – week in, week out – on having fun, improving technique but also building stamina/fitness is exceptional and my son thoroughly enjoys being in his class (even though he finishes a lesson exhausted!) Both myself and my husband are very grateful for the efforts he puts into his lessons-thank you Nathan!”
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