Abingdon Swim School
Abingdon Swim School aims to provide quality swimming lessons in a fun and safe environment, delivered by enthusiastic and passionate swim teachers.
Abingdon Swim School is a friendly and caring swimming school situated in Abingdon School Sports Centre.
Swimming lessons are available for ages 4-11 years from Saturday 29 April – Saturday 22 July 2017.
*No lesson on Saturday 3 June as it’s half term.
*Lessons for older children and adults are available on request.
Our swimming lessons focus on teaching skill development for beginners and improvers through to competent swimmers. Our class sizes are small with no more than 6 children in each class.
Abingdon Swim School is an Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) registered Swimming School. We teach all four competitive strokes, within the framework of the National Plan for Teaching of Swimming (NPTS). Assessments are carried out in the final few weeks of term.
Badges and Certificates are awarded at the end of each term. Abingdon Swim School has six level 2 ASA Teachers, two ASA Coaches, and two Level 1 Teachers.
Take a look at our electronic leaflet for more information.
Lessons for beginner, improvers and advanced
Badges and certificates available to purchase on completion
ASA Qualified Teachers
Ratios 1:3 for beginners
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Our Swimming Pool
With over 750 years of history, Abingdon School is a leading independent day and boarding school for boys aged 11-18 with top-class teaching and sports facilities, which includes our modern 8-lane indoor swimming pool. The pool can accommodate 95 spectators and also has pool-side seating – The perfect location for your child’s swimming development.
How To Find Us
Abingdon School is situated in the centre of Abingdon, Oxfordshire and is best reached by road. The A34 runs close by, linking to the M4 in the south, and with Oxford and the M40 in the north.
The Sports Centre has its own (but with very limited spaces) car park, next to the School Coach Park off the Faringdon road. OX14 1BQ
Printable guides: “How to find us”