Our £1m school pool fund is supporting UK schools
Register your interest for when the fund reopens in early 2022
Total Swimming Academies is offering schools across the UK a £1 million lifeline, to save their pool facilities and partner with an industry-leading Learn to Swim programme.
The School Pool Legacy Fund is a UK-wide fund that any school can apply to. The 2021 fund closed in December but you can still register your interest for when we reopen applications in March 2022.
If you'd like to discuss support for your school's pool, fill in the form below:
Physical and mental wellbeing is at the forefront of the news agenda, facilities are closing, funding is being cut and children are being denied the chance to develop vital life skills through sport. With this in mind, Total Swimming Acadamies is committed to investing in school facilities, making swimming as accessible as possible to pupils and their local communities.
As part of The Sporting House Group - founded by Olympians Steve Parry, Rebecca Adlington, Beth Tweddle and Adrian Turner - Total Swimming Academies is on a mission to break down the barriers to children reaching their true potential. No matter the background or ability, we believe that everybody should have the opportunity to learn to swim and love to swim!
Total Swimming Academies has already spent years investing in school facilities to ensure pools remain viable, whilst helping to maximise their value to the surrounding community. This, along with our proven track record to increase revenue, which far exceeds that of letting businesses, means we have now launched a £1 million School Pool Legacy Fund to improve even more pool facilities.