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Swimming for Summer

We may have had the occasional sunny day, but with the unpredictability of the British weather, many of us have started thinking about booking our summer holidays. We daydream about the warmth of the sun on our backs, and relaxing by the pool with a good book. The reality once you have children may be slightly more chaotic and while you may not be able the curb the excitement your little one may be expressing loudly in very public places, you can do something about making sure your child is safe around water.

You want them to enjoy the pool but you also need them to be safe, safety is paramount. Whether you have a cautious child who hasn’t managed to get past a fear of the water, or a courageous child who thinks they are invisible but just lacks the relevant skills, water nippers swimming can help. Now is exactly the right time to book your child in for swimming lessons in one of our lovely warm pools in or around London. From complete beginners, to toddlers that have already completed a baby swimming course, we have classes to suit all your needs.

We all know that what makes us parents happy, is seeing our children happy and that will make all the difference to your holiday. We want you to enjoy your holiday, safe in the knowledge that your little one will not only enjoy being in the water but will be able to enjoy it safely. Contact us now to book swimming lessons for your toddlers and children in our London pools, the Trinity Hydro Pool in Wandsworth, the Wimbledon Hydro Pool and the Holiday Inn in Sutton. We also teach babies, toddlers and children in our pools outside of London, in Isfield, Loxwood and Seaford.

 

Teaching Your Kids Water Safety

Swimming pools, tropical beaches and freshwater ponds all provide exciting sporting entertainment and cooling relief from the hot summer sun, but water is dangerous for young children if they are left unattended, even for a second, or if you don’t take proper precautions. When near water, if a child does not know how to swim then an adult should always be within easy reach of them, in the event that a child accidentally falls in the water.

Children need to be supervised at all times around water, but there are ways of teaching your kids water safety from a formative age to ensure they understand the importance of water safety and can begin the steps towards learning how to swim and survive in the water themselves.
If you’re not sure how to teach your child the basics of water safety it’s always best to consult a professional who can help your child gain confidence in the water, learn about safety and, ultimately, learn how to swim.

At Water Nippers we are qualified in the teaching of water safety for all children aged 1-8. Not only is it useful and important for your child to be able to swim, but learning about water safety is paramount. When it comes to teaching your kids water safety, Water Nippers can help.