Safe for Summer

As the weather improves, we all start thinking about our holidays and spending long summer days next to the pool. But does the thought of your children playing in or around water fill you with dread?

If so, then you’re not alone! In fact, over half of all parents don’t believe that their child would be able to swim to safety if they were to get into danger in the water.

Swimming is a great life skill, once learned can save your life!

DCLT has some great swimming lessons for all ages young and old for less than you think.

Only £4.68 per week

Booking a swimming assessment is simple, just fill out the form below and start your journey learning to swim at your local swimming pool

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Tips to Stay safe this summer around pools or open water

  • Swim with any children in your care – it’s more fun and you can keep them close and safe
  • Never swim alone
  • Make sure the whole family can swim
  • Follow the pool rules
  • Make sure the whole family can swim
  • Take time to check the depth, water flow and layout of pools
  • On beaches check when the tide will be high and low and make sure that you won’t be cut off from the beach exit by the rising tide. Also be aware of dangerous rip-currents
  • Inflatable dinghies or lilos are a well-known hazard – each year there are drownings as people on inflatables are blown out to sea. Do not use them in open water