sheffield, we're coming in spring 2021!

We are delighted to announce that we are expanding our swim! family, by opening our third swim! centre in Sheffield.


Opening in Spring 2021, our brand new purpose-built facility is aimed at encouraging local children to learn this life saving skill. Designed around families to provide the best learn-to-swim experience in the country, our swim! team are proud to be making a splash in the Sheffield community!


For ages 3-11 we will be running fun and innovative swimming lessons with 8 skill levels, parent feedback time with teachers, online advice for learning outside of lessons, and an awards scheme to celebrate each child’s success.


Our swim! baby programme for 0-3 year olds focuses on building confidence, water safety and independence in the water. Our dedicated swim! baby programme is made up of six groups for babies and toddlers, based around popular children's stories.


To launch our family friendly centre, we are offering all local children a FREE intro lesson, so your little one can come visit the centre, experience our swimming programme, and meet the team.


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