Based on W.H.O recommendations, Coronavirus is killed by Chlorinated water in the matter of few seconds.
W.H.O recommends to follow the social distancing rules in pools and people must avoid crowded places. You must keep at least 1 meter space when you are in pool.
Unfortunately, if you have stopped the swimming lesson in March 2020, or gone back to swimming in on-off manner, a certain level of regression should be expected. The more beginners swimmers were, the more of regression should be expected in both water-confidence and technique.
Post COVID, our teachers mainly teach from the poolside.
If there is a specific need for them to get into water and they think that would benefit their learners, our teacher may get in water during the lesson but, they will observe the 2-meter social distancing rules during their lessons. Until all the social distancing rules are dropped by the government, swim teachers must follow the 2-meter rule when they are teaching swimming.
The guidance recommends swimmers to bring their own floats/kick board, if possible. However, we do use our own swimming teaching equipment, floats, toys and sinkers. Swimmers are not allowed to share kickboards, floats or toys during our lessons with each other. After each lesson, every teaching equipment that has been touched/used by swimmers and teachers, will get soaked in Chlorinated water for 2-3 minutes before other swimmers are allowed to use or touch them.
No. Post pandemic, we don’t offer any free trial lessons either for children or adults.
It was the case till Sunday 18th of July 2021. As of Monday 19th of July, based on U.K government roadmap and Mr Boris Johnson’s 5th of July 2021 announcement , all restrictions are lifted and there will be no need to follow any social distancing rule or wear masks indoors. So, our swim teachers don’t need to observe the social distancing rules when they are teaching lessons and coaching swimming anymore.
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