Holiday Courses

What are intensive courses for?

Help your child make rapid progress.

Our Next course is….

February Half-Term Intensive course 2022


Kingsmead School in Hoylake


Mon 21st – Fri 25th February 2022 (£57.50)

Times available…9.30am, 10am, 10.30am or 11am

Children come every day for their half hour lesson. 

A great way to introduce your children to swimming lessons or to boost stamina/ confidence for children already taking part in weekly lessons.


Only 3 in a class / Calm atmosphere /Each lesson is 30 mins long / Teachers in the water /1:1 lessons also available / 3yrs upwards.

Levels available – Beginners – Stroke Improvers.

All of us find different skills and strokes easier to master than others, our holiday intensive courses are a great way of working on skills where your child is weaker. The intense nature and small class sizes mean your child is almost guaranteed to learn the new skill quickly and they are a great way to get active and have fun during the school holidays.

How long are they?

Our intensive courses take place over 4-5 days, with 30 minute lessons every day in the morning. We tailor the structure of the lessons over the course of the week to suit each child so they can work on the areas they need to improve on most. So if there’s a skill your child really wants to get the hang of or you want to get your child ready for regular lessons after the holidays, these intensive courses are ideal!

When do they take place?

The dates of our courses will vary slightly, but will always take place during the school summer holidays. These holiday periods include the following;

  • October half term
  • February half term
  • Spring break
  • May half term
  • Summer holidays (usually the first 2-3 weeks)

Where do they take place?

Our intensive courses take place at Kingsmead School.

Please park on the main road and walk down Carlton Lane. There is no access for vehicles for swimming pool users down Carlton Lane.

Interested? Please get in touch to book your child on to our next course!