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The impact of Swim:ED is best understood through the experiences of those who have been a part of our journey.

Most of the children at our school have little experience of swimming and are not confident in the water. The difference that daily lessons made to their swimming progress and water confidence was huge. Swim:ED has had a dramatic increase in the percentage of children achieving swimming at the national curriculum standard

Laura Burgin - Deputy HeadteacherBeckfoot Heaton Primary School

Making waves across the country!

Offering swim lessons on-site was extremely successful at Brentry Primary School. It meant that the pupils involved spent more time having quality swim lessons rather than time travelling. All children made considerable progress and thoroughly enjoyed it. The lessons were conducted by professional staff in a professional manner, and we can't wait for them to return next September.

Hannah Jack - Business Manager and PE LeadBrentry Primary School

Swim:ED’s ripple effect

Swim:ED has revolutionised swimming lessons at Timberley Primary Academy, saving us logistical challenges and assisting Year 6 attendance. With improved swimming skills and heightened water safety awareness, the impact on our children is beyond measure.

Ian GriffithsDeputy Head, Timberley Primary Academy

The progress made by the children and the confidence they had in the water was more than we could have hoped for. All of the children loved the sessions and the small group numbers meant that lessons were individualised. The sessions ran smoothly with no disruption to the rest of the school.

Chris HattamHeadteacher, Westbourne School

Swimming progress and attainment have improved at an incredible rate during the 6 weeks that the pop-up pool was on site. Our pupils have all developed their resilience and perseverance as well as their swimming skills for life.

Bonar CaswellPE Lead, Willows County Primary School

Questions?

Explore our FAQ’s, where we address common queries and provide detailed insights to help you understand how Swim:ED can benefit your school and pupils.

FAQs