12/04/2021 is Exciting Date For Re-Opening of All Pools Post Lockdown 3

Roadmap for Coming Out of Lockdown 3.00, Returning To Pools and Swimming We all were waiting impatiently to find out when pools can open after lockdown 3.0 and as soon a the U.K government’s roadmap was announced on 22 February 2021, 12th April is earmarked for pools and aquatics. Re-opening of schools will be on …


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When Swimming Can Start After Lockdown 3

No Swimming And Crash Course in Lockdown 3 Valentine’s weekend is finished and school half-term break is almost over. All parents in England are getting ready to start homeschooling from Monday 22 February. Normally this week, as one of major school holidays, would have been one of the most busy time of the year for …


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Baby Swimming; Why Having Lessons With A Swim Teacher Helps Your Baby

Baby Swimming Is Fun, But, Do You Really Need A Swim Teacher and Lessons? More than  20 years of teaching baby swimming lessons has shown me all babies can seriously enjoy a gentle-approached baby swimming lessons. What’s there not to like really? A fun environment for babies to socialise with other children and bond with …


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Swimming Cancellation Under Tier 4

Swimming Pool Closure in London for the 3rd Time in 2020 As of Sunday 20th of December 2020, London and South East of England have been put under tier 4 of restrictions. Although, the government’s plan for England was to keep swimming pools and gyms open in all 1 to 3 tiers of restrictions, it …


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Pools & Swim Lessons Under Tier 3

London and Tier 3: What does it mean? In tough times-and for sure 2020 has been full of it- one of the things makes things hard is the uncertainty. With London being out under tier 3 of restrictions from Wednesday December 16, life has changed again. Understanding and decoding tier systems hasn’t been the easiest …


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Reasons Everyone Must Start Swimming Post #2 Lockdown

How Lockdown Impacted Our Mental Health For sure, 2020 has been a year like no others. COVID-19 pandemic and two lockdowns have given us long periods of self-isolation. The impacts affected all regardless of age. A collection of leisure sector and grassroots sports including swimming being stopped and a heavy reliance on ‘screens’, our brains …

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What England #2 lockdown AND Vaccine Mean for Swimming

What happened to Swimming In 2020?! This year has been a rollercoaster with the coronavirus. In England, swimming pools had to shut in March for the first lockdown and remained closed till 25th of July and then again shut for the second lockdown on 5th of November for 4 weeks. #2 Lockdown was announced to …


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No 1 Practical Reason For Booking Swimming Crash Courses

Weekly Swimming lessons Vs Crash Courses This is what a Harvard University’s scientist tells all parents about swimming lessons: all children should have them. Although swimming lesson are not just for children, a vast majority of people who attend swimming lessons- at least in London-are children aged 0 to 11 years old. For this reason, …


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Swimming And Swim Lessons Under Tier 2 of Restrictions in London

Swimming In Autumn And October Half-Term 🍂🍁🍁 After 6 weeks of re-opening of schools and offices in September, school October half-term break has arrived. It’s time to think about half-term activities for your children. In October, the government introduced a Coronavirus ‘three-tier’ system for England, which will be labelled as “medium”, “high” or “very high”. …


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Children Are Less Active Post Corona! What To Do?

What Do We Know About Coronavirus? Close your eyes and imagine the world you were living in September 2019. Coronavirus and Covid-19 have changed the world beyond recognition in many ways however, one of the very few things which has not changed with the pandemic is the ‘stay active and keep healthy message’. What Coronavirus …


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