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Queenswood Swim School

Queenswood Swim School

There are a number of pools in the local area but many people are so far unaware of the fantastic facilities that Queenswood School have to offer. Situated on a 240 acre Hertfordshire estate, Queenswood School is conveniently located in Brookmans Park, just 3 miles from Potters Bar Station . The Swimming Pool is situated within the grounds by the main car park allowing easy access to the surrounding areas of Hatfield and Welwyn. Queenswood Swim School enables children of all ages and abilities to be taught by ASA fully qualified instructors. Courses run on a 12 week term time only basis and a typical ratio of child to teacher is1:7. Crash Courses are now also available and run in the school holidays. The modern indoor heated pool was opened in 2004 and comprises four 25m lanes in graduated depths from1m, so no child need be out of their depth. Queenswood Swim School is now welcoming children from all Hatfield and Welwyn schools on both the term time and summer crash courses and participants are really benefiting from the excellent facilities and tuition. Aswell, as promoting health and general well being, swimming also educates children in such areas as social inclusion. Lessons at Queenswood are run in a professional but friendly and personal manner, encouraging the children to build a solid base to be active in the future and realise that sport is fun!

Locations

Shepherd's Way, Brookmans Park, , Hatfield, Herts, AL9 6NS

 
  01707 602596    
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