Baby Swimming Nordic Style

As the UK starts to warm up, I cast my mind back to a wonderful cold icy few days in Stockholm at the end of last year when I went to the Nordic Baby Swim Conference organised by the Swedish Swimming Federation and Nordic Swimming Federation. Attended by nearly 200 people from 14 different countries Read More

Blue Wave Swim School 2016 – A Year in Review

As 2016 ended and before fully diving into a new year, it’s time to sit back and reflect on what we’ve done, what we learnt and to look ahead to the next 12 months. 2016 Highlights 1. Growth in numbers: Almost 200 families, many of them with two children in our programme, attended our swim Read More

Learning to Swim, Austrian Style

Embracing the idea of continuously improving our teaching practices and the learning environment for our swimmers is one of our core values here at Blue Wave Swim School. There are many different ways of doing this but peer-observation is my favourite method. Connecting with experts and sharing ideas and skills is the best way to Read More

Our 2016 Summer Term in Words, Pictures and Actions!

Our Summer Term ended in mid-July, with many of our swimmers making amazing progress towards moving up to the next level of our classes for next term. You can see our Summer Term 2016 in photos and action here! In the final lessons of the term, we put on loads of fun and useful activities, since Read More

Blue Wave Swim School at the 2016 World Aquatic Development Conference

Presenting Blue Wave Swim School at the 2016 World Aquatic Development Conference in Sweden I find few things more exciting than being in the company of a group of like-minded people. Attending the 2016 World Aquatic Development Conference (WADC) in Lund, Sweden in early January, surrounded by those involved in teaching and coaching swimming from Read More