Whether they’re complete beginners or not, our award-winning and pioneering teaching method makes learning to swim a natural, relaxed and fun experience with amazing and recognisable results for all our children.
We’re proud of our one-to-one and two-to-one classes and the thousands of children we’ve taught to swim in them. Your children can join the programme at any point from the age of three onwards. There are seven levels, each one named after a different water-loving animal. From beginner Frogs to Penguins classes last 30 minutes, from the more advanced Turtle to Swordfish you can choose between 30 or 60 minutes.
The progression book is almost as important as the water itself. Before your child starts, they’ll be given this precious book and its accompanying bubble stickers. Hold on to them. At the end of each term, along with your teacher’s personal report, it will be time to put the stickers in the book and celebrate every bit of progress.
The Progression Book has become a proven motivational tool, helping children to accelerate through the seven levels from basic underwater waving to strong and stylish swimmer.
"My daughter was scared of going underwater but within two sessions was completely confident and now counts down the days every week until her swimming lessons.”
- Juliet Kinsman
“Sanela was a wonderful teacher, our three boys came along so much in the four lessons. I was amazed! We will be back.”
- Charlotte McMillan
“We have been extremely happy with Miriam's teaching. Josh has progressed fantastically and he has enjoyed his lessons.”
- Allyson Abel
Besides the Progression Book and its stickers, each time your child achieves a new key skill at any level, they’ll receive an embroidered cloth badge from their teacher. The challenge is to collect all twenty.
Our water-loving animals, one for each of the seven levels of the programme, are here to encourage, inspire and reward children as they progress through it. Stimulating lesson plans ensure children are active and engaged for the whole of every lesson.