Learn to Swim
Are you aged 4 years upwards?
Would you like to learn to swim?
Do you enjoy swimming?
Have you ever thought about joining a swimming club?
Learn to Swim lessons start at 6:00pm and we will be there until 8:00pm teaching. Children are taught by qualified teachers using the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) Learn to Swim Framework. They progress using fun and games through seven stages, from their first splash to full competence in the water. This framework is underpinned throughout by Long Term Athlete Development principles, offering clear progression between each stage. We reward success with the use of badges and certificates.
Our lessons enable children to discover movement in the water with a full range of swimming techniques and aquatic skills. Once they have completed Stage 7, the next step is our pre-competitive Academy squad.
Competitive Swim Squads
We are committed to long term athlete development and provide a pathway that enables swimmers to progress through our competitive squads. Swimmers are introduced to competitive training in our Academy squad and can advance all the way through to our Top squad. The emphasis in these squads is very much on competitive swimming, with swimmers hopefully going on to represent Fareham Nomads at county, regional, national and international competitions as an individual and as a team.
Our highly motivated ASA qualified coaches look to improve technique, build fitness and confidence, but most importantly encourage individuals to be the best they can be.
Our Masters squad was launched in 2014 for adult swimmers aged 18 and over and has grown from strength-to-strength.
The friendly and sociable group has a wide range of abilities and ambitions, ranging from those who participate to have fun and keep fit, triathletes, open water swimmers and those who wish to compete locally, nationally and internationally.
If you are interested in joining our Learn to Swim please contact ku.oc.sdamonmaheraf|miws2nrael#ku.oc.sdamonmaheraf|miws2nrael or to enquire about our competitive squads and Masters please contact head coach John Molyneaux ku.oc.sdamonmaheraf|hcaocdaeh#ku.oc.sdamonmaheraf|hcaocdaeh