Fish 2 Water Swim School
Whether your child is a born water baby or a reluctant swimmer, Fish 2 Water has the right class to suit you. Operating at pools in Kempston and Bedford, both after school and at the weekends, they have classes to cater for all ages and abilities.
Water Babies (under 3 years)
Classes for parents and babies operate at the fabulous hydrotherapy pool at St Johns School in Kempston. The ambient temperature both in and out of the water makes for a relaxing session for parent's and babies alike. Filled with fun and games to introduce your young one to the water and promote confidence. Water Babies is the ideal class to start your child off on their journey to becoming a confident swimmer.
Independent lessons (3-16 yrs)
When your child joins Fish2Water they will progress through different swim levels based on their ability, confidence and age. Classes are small, operating at a ratio of 1:6, meaning lots of individual attention from our qualified and experienced swim teachers.
Varied class levels run concurrently making Fish2Water the perfect choice for families with children of different ages. We offer sibling discounts too!
Lessons are fun and focused meaning that children learn the correct techniques as well as developing confidence in and around water.
Swimming is an essential life skill for any child to learn. Why not call us now to discuss which class will be right for your child?
Unit 2-4, The Old Ford, , Rushey Ford Rural Business Park, West End Road, Box End, Kempston, Bedfordshire, MK43 8RU4.32 miles
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