General Information

The swimming programme is for children in full time education and aims to establish healthy and safe behaviour in a happy environment. Children are taught water safety, development of water confidence and swimming ability by following structured and progressive activities. Classes work towards gaining stages of Swim England (ASA) Awards with an emphasis on water skills and safety. By the end of Stage 7 participants will have achieved the NPTS Fundamental Movement Skills. All instructors are experienced and fully qualified. Classes next term start on Monday 13th September and only run in independent school term times. Classes need to be booked prior to starting. Booking forms can be downloaded here:
Cost: £94 for 11 weeks on Mondays and Wednesdays (discount for siblings - £5 second child, £10 third child)
£127 for Swim Fit & Rookie Lifeguard
£220 1-1 lessons at 7pm Wednesday

Enrolment Details
All classes are held at the swimming pool at the Royal Hospital School.

Classes start on: Monday 13th September for 11 weeks Monday and Wednesday.
Classes end on:  Wednesday 8th December.
No classes at half term: week commencing 18th October for 2 weeks.

The classes offered by Holbrook Swim are self-financing and non-profit making. It is therefore essential that pupils are booked in and paid for PRIOR TO THE START OF THE TERM. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis and a place on the previous terms sessions will not guarantee one this term. We can only issue refunds if the classes are cancelled.

All participants are required to wear swimming hats and all swimmers must supply their own equipment. Tutors are only responsible for children during their class. Please do not leave children alone in the changing rooms and do not let them enter the pool side until the whistle blows signifying the end of the session.

Classes are run by Pam Tunbridge, Dan Harris, Tony McGlone, Colette Smith, Ali Abbott and Julie Stock. All instructors are qualified, DBS checked and experienced at working with children. There is a qualified First Aider at each session.