Happy World Teachers’ Day To All Swim Teachers

  Since 1994, 5 October has been named the World Teachers’ Day commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers. Unesco’s statement for World Teacher’s Day includes : ‘…,we  celebrate  the  work  of  dedicated  teachers  around  the  world  who continue to strive every day to ensure that …

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Baby Swimming Lessons with Snorri Magnússon

Visiting the famous Baby Swimming School in Iceland Visiting other swim schools to learn from others and share best practice in baby swimming approaches has always been part of our development at Blue Wave Swim School in London. So when I was in Iceland in October to attend the bi-annual Nordic Baby Swimming Conference, I jumped at …


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How to Develop Your Career as a Swimming Teacher

Are You Interested in Teaching Swimming? If you’re a keen swimmer and looking for flexible work, why not consider a career as a swimming teacher? With swimming being one of the most popular sports in the UK, swimming teachers are in hot demand, teaching children and adults alike all about navigating the deep blue. 1. …


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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 …

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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 …


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