Swim a Song sessions are designed to introduce babies and toddlers to the water at an early age. Assisted in the water by an adult; we deliver fun weekly sessions that you and your baby will enjoy!
Teach your child to swim in our small group swimming lessons. These enhance children’s learning, your child will also benefit from meeting new friends whilst partaking in a fun physical activity!
It’s not just about swimming; you’ll also benefit from meeting new people in a friendly, welcoming and social environment. You can choose to learn in a small group or take up private swimming lessons.
ASA Learn to Swim Awards As it is badge and certificate week, I thought I would post a little blog on what to do with that badge… For over ten years now, I have worked within the active leisure industry in many small health clubs and large leisure centres. When Swim Teachers assess children forRead More
Southport Swimmers Achieve 1/4 mile swim with Matt at Royal Clifton Hotel Five Southport swimmers have achieved remarkable milestones as they progress at their own pace through the Amateur Swimming Associations Learn to Swim Framework. Aidan and Thomas currently working towards ASA stage 3 have attended swimming lessons at Royal Clifton Hotel in Southport fromRead More
Design a Poster Competition 2016 This April GB Swim Stars are running a competition and we are looking for artistic young people to design a poster which will be displayed throughout all our venues across our swim school network. To enter, simply encourage your child to design us a poster to use as part of ourRead More
Learning to swim is great fun no matter what your age or ability, so we decided to write a blog on how to prepare your child for their first swimming lesson with us… As we deliver the Amateur Swimming Association Learn to Swim Framework, this means we’re delivering the course content as written by theRead More
It could be argued that learning to swim is important, primarily because swimming is a life skill. As 75% of our planet is water it is vital that young people are given the opportunity to Learn to Swim for their own safety. Swimming is also one of the safest and most popular forms of exercise.Read More
It is with great pleasure we announce that we are now an affiliated ASA Swim School Member! The Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has been in existence since 1869. It was the first governing body of swimming to be established in the word and today remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo,Read More