Guildford Spectrum's Swim School follows the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS) which takes swimmers on a journey, from their first splash at 6 months old to developing confidence and competence in the water.
The Spectrum Swim School aims to:
- Offer classes to a wide range of abilities and ages
- Offer high standards of tuition in water confidence, swimming techniques and aquatic skills
- Maintain an educational, fun and safe swimming environment
All our teaching staff are ASA Qualified and have a wealth of experience in the provision of swimming teaching. Lessons at each stage are supported by an assistant teacher to aid progression.
Free Leisure Pool Swimming
Swimmers paying for their lessons by monthly direct debit will gain Swim School Membership. A benefit of this membership includes FREE* Swimming - more details can be found here
*Terms and Conditions apply. Includes use of all pools within Swim for All sessions Monday to Friday (term time only) and includes Surrey state school inset days.
Designed for developing early years water confidence, these adult accompanied classes are an introduction to the swimming world. The emphasis is upon developing of basic movement skills, confidence building and an introduction to water and the swimming environment through fun and games. These sessions work towards the ASA Duckling Awards + swim a song programme.
30 minute class
|5 months - 1 year: Baby Pups||Build water confidence through the use of toys and nursery rhymes.|
|1 - 2 years: Aqua Pups||Build water confidence through the use of toys and nursery rhymes.|
|2 - 3 years: Splash Pups||Basic water skills and swimming aids are introduced through structured play.|
|3 - 4 years Introductory level||Child has no prior swimming lesson experience|
|3 - 4 years Standard Level||Child has progressed through Pre School swim programme and ability is considered standard|
|3 - 4 years Advanced Level||Child has progressed through Pre School swim programme and ability is considered above standard|