• 1. Can my child have a trial lesson before paying for the whole term?

    We would like to encourage you to book a full term of lessons at the venue and day/time of your choice. If you are not sure if this session will suit you, we would be able to offer you the first lesson as a trial *subject to availability. This would be a paid trial, the cost to be advised by the office you are making your booking with.

  • 2. Can we join your lessons half way through a term?

    You are welcome to join us in the middle of a term. You will be charged only for the remaining amount of lessons. Due to the repetition of our weekly lesson plans it means that you will not miss out on anything!

  • 3. My child is very nervous, should I be booking 121 private lessons for her?

    All of our group lessons have very small class sizes with just 4 – 6 children maximum. Our friendly instructors are on hand and in the water with them helping them feel at ease from their very first lesson. We would only recommend that your child has 121 lessons if they have had a past incident which may have stopped them from getting back into water, they are an older beginner & extra nervous or if they have a disability then a private lesson would give them the extra help they require to get them swimming.

  • 4. What do I need to bring to the first lesson?

    Please bring along your normal swim wear & towel. If your child is a beginner please bring along armbands and also goggles are helpful for when they begin to learn to go under the water. Girl swimmers will need to wear a full swim suit, not a bikini. Babies will need to wear a swim nappy and swimwear over the top.

  • 5. Can I watch the lesson in progress?

    Some of our venues have spectating areas and there are some that due to safety around poolside are unable to offer this. All areas of Angela’s Swim School will have their own rules regarding their own pools. It is best to contact the person who you booked your lessons with to check with them.

  • 6. What time should we arrive for our lesson?

    We recommend that you arrive 15 minutes prior to your lesson time to give yourself time to get changed and onto poolside.

Franchise Opportunities

Angela’s Swim School began in 2002 by Angela Wilson. Angela is an ex-international and Commonwealth swimmer who, at just 15 years old, was British champion for both 400 and 800 metres freestyle.
Angela began teaching swimming lessons in between training for competitions, driven by her passion to give back to the community and to a sport that had given so much to her. She is passionate about teaching her students to swim in a confident and enjoyable manner, and is dedicated to ensuring they don’t just learn to swim, but to learn to swim with style!

How to Book

We tailor our swimming lessons to the needs of all our students. If you’d like to book or want to know about our prices and available lessons, contact your nearest Angela’s Swim School.

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