A London Borough of Havering Swim School, operating at Coopers Coborn School, Upminster, Essex, RM14 3HS
We offer the highest quality swimming lessons available for children aged four years and above.
We offer swimming lessons for all abilities on Sunday afternoons, please contact us for further information and availability.
We will take bookings 'mid term' (the fees will be reduced pro-rata) so please contact us early to avoid disappointment in order that we can secure your child's place.
Since its conception in January 2006 'Wards Swim School' continues to grow. We are encouraged by all the positive comments received from our parents. The swimming ability of all the children has improved immensely and is clear to see. Our retention of swimmers satisfied with the quality of lessons is evident.
We will continue to try and give the 'best' swimming lessons that we can for all our clients.
We have the use of Coopers Coborn School Pool on Sunday afternoons. We therefore have a number of available lesson times open to you. Please check our Lessons page for further information. Please note that we do take bookings 'mid term' depending on availability.
Should you wish to book with the "premier" children's swim school in the London Borough of Havering, do not hesitate in contacting us by e-mail to email@example.com or visit our Contact page where you will find various phone details where we will be happy to assist you further.
We will take bookings 'mid term' (the fees will be reduced pro -rata) so please contact us early to avoid disappointment in order that we can secure your child's place.
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Special thanks for the continued support of Havering Residents Association, especially Cllr. Clarence Barrett and editor of The Bulletin, Mr. Ron Ower, who have been instrumental in our success.
This is why we are in business! BBC NEWS pupils 'do not learn to swim'
Tens of thousands of 11-year-olds leave primary school each year unable to manage at least the 25 metres required by the national curriculum, according to a poll by The Times Educational Supplement. British World Championship silver medallist Mark Foster said: "There is no future for British swimming unless we get children swimming.
"People spend their holidays by the sea. How can parents relax if their children cannot swim?" Each year about 50 children under the age of 16 drown - the third most common cause of accidental death among youngsters.
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