Sea Lion Swim School
Sea Lion Swim School provides high quality swimming lessons for children from 4 years upwards on a Saturday afternoon and a Sunday morning. Our aim is to not only teach your children to swim - but to swim well!
Our swimming lessons are located in a superb 25m pool at St Albans High School for Girls. The enthusiastic and dedicated Sea Lion team, led by Co-Owners Gill and Jo together with Geoff, Swim School Manager are committed to ensuring your child reaches their maximum potential using our progressive award scheme.
We provide lessons for beginners, improvers and advanced swimmers; we also cater for competitive swimmers who wish to work on their stroke technique within our length classes.
The lessons are located in a fantastic 25m pool at St Albans High School for Girls. Proprietors Gill and Jo together with their team of committed ASA qualified coaches and teachers are dedicated to teaching your child to swim in a relaxed and happy atmosphere.
Beginner to Stroke Development Classes
Saturday Afternoon and Sunday Morning Lessons
High Teacher to Pupil Ratio
Experienced Friendly Staff
Teacher and Assistants in the Water with all levels
ASA Qualified Teachers / Coaches
Classes are small and the teacher and assistants are in the water with all levels. We offer lessons for beginner, improver and advanced swimmers and are also able to cater for competitive swimmers who wish to work on their stroke technique.
At Sea Lion Swim School we believe that every child should learn to swim to ensure they have valuable skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.
Please drop us an email for more information or to arrange to come down and see us in action.
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