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St Edward’s College

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As the Total Swimming family continues to expand, we’re excited to announce our new venue, St Edward’s College. Based in Sand...

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Guide to tackling first day nerves

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We’ve discussed how exercise can help with the new bedtime routine, but what about the back to school butterflies? Unfortunately, first ...

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New classes now added for September!

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At Total Swimming Academies, our aim is to tackle the national statistic that 1 in 2 children leave primary school unable to swim. Our experie...

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“Water safety cannot be treated as an optional extra” Steve Parry says in The Daily Telegraph

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Swimming is the only sport that can save your life, yet a recent report from the Curriculum Swimming and Water Safety Review Group concluded that p...

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Do you know your water safety flags?

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Whether your family is holidaying abroad or heading to the local beach this Summer, it’s important to familiarise yourself with the flags you...

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Splash of the Titans - Budapest 2017 media race

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In case you might have missed it, our Managing Director Steve Parry was at the 17th FINA World Championships reporting live on all the action at th...

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Contract renewed for another 3 years!

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Total Swimming Academies celebrate signing for another 3 years of lessons at Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools. Based in Edinburgh, ESMS ...

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Olympic visit to the Queen’s School

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Olympic swimmer James Goddard visited The Queen’s School recently to promote a new style of swimming lesson. Total Swimming Academies ru...

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2017 FINA World Championships

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For the 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, our very own Steve Parry attended to help BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Two cover the event....

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Action urged to teach children to swim

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Almost a third of 11-year-olds in England leave primary school unable to swim, a representative sample of 1,000 parents of Year 6 pupils suggests. ...

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