Alpha Steps

Adult

Learn to Swim

Ducklings

Discovery Ducklings

Swimming for Life, Swimming for all...

Tel: 07825 441 311

Disability

Adult

Stages 1-5

Ducklings

Swim-a-Song

Swimming for Life, Swimming for all...

Tel: 07825 441 311

Disability

Adult

Stages 1-5

Ducklings

Swim-a-Song

Swimming for Life, Swimming for all...

Tel: 07825 441 311

Code of Conduct

for children, parents and teachers

 

In general, we are working together for the benefit of the children. We wish them to enjoy their lessons and enable them to learn to swim and therefore there is a natural need for cooperation between the 3 parties.

It is expected from the children that:

  • They listen to their teacher’s instructions and follow them for their own health and safety.
  • They cooperate with other children in their class.
  • They display a reasonable behaviour before, during and after the lessons.
  • They try their best.
  • Non-members are not to use the pool before or after their lessons.

It is expected from the parents that:

  • They help the teachers’ work by displaying a reasonable behaviour before, during and after the lessons.
  • If there is any issue about the lesson, first they turn to the Swim Safe UK coordinator in order to solve the problem.
  • Mobile telephones are switched off.
  • Conversations with other parents are kept on a low volume.
  • They do not threaten the teachers with any verbal or in any physical way.
  • Non-members are not to use the pool before or after their lessons.
  • Siblings are permitted on poolside but must behave.

Siblings are not permitted to swim if they are not members.

It is expected from the teachers that:

  • They conduct their lessons with health and safety paramount.
  • They prepare for and conduct the lessons in accordance with the Swim England Learn to Swim Framework.
  • Start and finish lessons on time.
  • Report back to the parents and the Swim Safe UK coordinator verbally on the progress of their swimmers.
  • Take short written notes and plan their next lesson ahead from the scheme of work.

All in all, it is very unusual that any of the above-mentioned code of conduct is broken. However, it is very important that they are observed at all times. To download a copy of our Code of Conduct, please click here