Swim England and the STA have produced a range of free aquatic themed activity sheets to help keep the kids entertained over half term. The sheets cover a range of topics including water safety, swimming terms and spotting the dangers poolside all of which can be downloaded for free below. The fun sheets also help to improve numeracy and literacy skills as well as fine motor skills. Stroke WorksheetsWorksheet – Front crawlWorksheet – BackstrokeWorksheet – BreaststrokeWorksheet – ButterflyColouring Read more […]

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Considering how weird things are right now taking time to check in on yourself and others is now more important than ever. This year’s theme is kindness. Little acts of kindness can really make a difference.Start with youTake time to be kind to yourself. Home life can be a bit chaotic at the moment. Try to get into a routine. Small things can make a big difference such as making your bed or giving a family member a call. It’s important to take time for Read more […]

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Today we have made the difficult decision to suspend all our swimming lessons for an extended Easter break. We are devastated about this but know it is the right thing to do. We talk about swimming being an essential life skill, but we must play our part in safeguarding the health of the nation. We have been overwhelmed by the support and kindness shown by our members. We want to reassure anyone who has paid upfront will be credited when we resume our lessons and all places are secure.In the meantime, Read more […]

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Hoop awards 2020 in Merseyside. This means we have been chosen as one of the top family activities in the area!What are the Hoop Awards?The Hoop Awards are an annual celebration of the activity organisers who go above and beyond to entertain, educate and inspire children nationwide. Shortlists are compiled for each category based on popularity in the Hoop app and then it’s down a public vote.We would really appreciate your vote. Read more […]

We hope all our members had a relaxing and enjoyable summer break. We have a fantastic term of lessons ahead with events already being planned throughout the year. This term we will welcome several new staff members to our swim school. If we could ask for your support with new team members as we continue to develop the quality of our team. We have taken on more hours through increased demand and now move into St Edwards on a Friday. This pool is one of the best facilities in Liverpool and we Read more […]

Swimsound are currently looking to recruit passionate and enthusiastic swimming teachers and lifeguards to join our fantastic team. We are the fastest growing swim school in Liverpool and are currently looking for Level 1/ Level 2 teachers to work at our venues across Merseyside.  Skill set required for Swimming Teachers: Level 1/  Level 2 qualification Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for teaching fun, progressive swimming lessons Good communicator, Read more […]

Here at Swimsound we run a specialised Ducklings program for children from 3 years of age. The Ducklings program is the start of many children’s swimming journey and introduces the fundamental swimming skills. Our trained coaches use fun and games to develop movement, aquatic breathing and water confidence. Here are our top 8 reasons why we believe starting swimming from an early age is important; not only does it teach children a life skill, it helps them to develop and learn various other Read more […]

Happy New Year! In just a few months, schools Easter and Summer holidays will soon be upon us. Yes, another swimming season will be in full swing soon! We all like a break but, children live for their school holidays and nothing could be more fun than going to the beach or to the pool. Swimming provides bonding time for families and an opportunity to form fond memories for kids. Whether you are going to be spending your holiday by a beach, or a lake or a swimming pool, holidays can be great Read more […]

St Edwards college has suffered a large amount of water damage over the last two days. As a result the fire panel and hence fire systems have been damaged making the site unsafe, further to this the lights in the sports block have also sustained water damage and are smoking. The site team have said it is unsafe for anyone to use and have closed the facility. Lessons will take place at your usual time in De la Salle Academy, Carr Lane East, Liverpool L11 4SG instead.  Sorry for any inconvenience. Any Read more […]