Learning to swim isn’t just about learning the different strokes but about learning to self rescue. We feel the self rescue aspect of swimming is so important that we make sure each pupil is taught this essential skill before learning to swim.
Our lessons take place WITHOUT flotation equipment such as armbands, fins or life jackets. Our pupils are taught first and foremost how to rotate to float. This ensures you or your child are equipped with the survival skills required to safely enjoy the water. Once a child / adult achieves this they can then go on to become strong confident swimmers and strong confident individuals
COVID-19 UPDATE: 14th September 2020
Marlborough College have advised that the EARLIEST we can resume lessons is now 24th October 2020 for intensives and 1st November 2020 for weekly lessons. We will be adhering to Swim England’s COVID-19 guidelines. We are in the process of allocating places, we will confirm via email w/c 5th October for intensives and w/c 12th October for weekly lessons. Ford pool is currently running.
ALL NEW ENQUIRIES – We are currently full but will place you on a waiting list if you complete a registration form on the website
Small class sizes and 121 lessons ensure rapid progress. A maximum of 6 swimmers per class for advanced swimmers
Private pools, perfect for nervous, shy or low confidence swimmers as well as a state of the art training pool for further skill development
In water teaching during all beginner lessons, promoting confident, independent skilled swimmers of all ages
Register using our quick and easy online form and one of our friendly team will contact you with further information and to book a place
Please use the links below for information about our team of instructors, or to find your perfect course.
We offer a range of fantastic courses tailored to both the swimming level of the pupil and the type of tuition that will be best suited. Please view all of our current courses here.
We run regular term time lessons in accordance with the County school calendar. Payment for lessons are taken in advance of every half term by Direct Debit.