Children Swimming Lessons

Private Swimming Lessons

(Suitable for all ages and ability levels)

One-to-one tuition

Private tuition is the best way to learn, every child is different so it's important that we meet you and your child to discuss any specific goals and targets you may have. Rest assured, with Swim Now your child will get the undivided attention of an experienced swimming teacher, rather than struggling for attention in a large group. Whether your child is a complete beginner or a keen swimmer, don't worry, we create an individually tailored plan and teach the correct stroke techniques.

About our lessons…

We start with an initial assessment lesson, this is our chance to build a relationship with you and your child and get to know you. The objective of the assessment lesson is to get an idea of your child’s ability so we can create a suitable programme going forward. We always keep our lessons challenging and fun so your child can build confidence and learn to really love the water.

Two-to-one tuition

If you have another child or a friend of a similar ability, we can design a program to help both children progress together. You can receive all the benefits of private tuition but split the cost between two. Our teachers are so experienced that in some cases, different ability levels doesn't matter and can actually produce good results.

Unsure of your child’s ability level?

If you’re unsure about private swimming lessons for your child, book an assessment lesson. A one off lesson will allow you to come and meet us and see how well your child responds to a 1-1 teaching environment. At most of our locations we have both male and female teachers, if you have a preference, just ask and we’ll try to find the most suitable option for you.

Intensive crash courses

A crash course in swimming is basically a number of lessons really close together, often taken in a school holiday (Monday to Friday or something similar). A crash course is great way for your child to progress quickly and build confidence. If your child is a non-swimmer, a few lessons before an upcoming holiday, can keep them safe in the water and really put your mind at ease.