KA Leisure is a new provider of the Scottish Swimming Learn to Swim Framework. This offers alignment to new national standards so that you can be assured of a high quality, structured and progressive swim teaching programme, whatever your age or swimming experience.
- No queuing to re-book
- Pay the easy way by Direct Debit
- Your lesson time will stay the same, meaning that you won’t have to rearrange your week when you move up a level.
How much does it cost?
With our new Learn to Swim membership, simply pay £22 per month by Direct Debit (payable 1st of each month).
This gives you…
- your lessons over 48 weeks of the year
- a members’ pack (including swim bag and goggles)
- FREE casual swimming at any of our four pools
To book your place on our new Learn to Swim Programme, simply complete an application form, or visit any KA Leisure centre. Once you're a member, there is no need to re-book when you start a new block of lessons.
General guidelines for your participation in the Learn to Swim programme…
- Learners should arrive promptly for their lesson.
- Shower and use the toilet before entering the pool.
- Under 3’s should wear a swim nappy.
- Parents of under 8s should stay in the pool area during their child’s lesson.
- Remember that every swimmer will learn at their own pace, and that learning thrives with positive encouragement. Teachers will provide regular feedback on progress.
- Medical conditions should be advised to us on the application form.
Early Years / Adult & Child
Aim to...further develop the core aquatic skills through structured play and develop the independence necessary for the next level (without an adult in the water).
The child will demonstrate independent movement and a range of core aquatic skills
The child will have developed confident submersion and aquatic breathing
The child will have been involved in interaction with other adults and children
The child will be becoming more attentive to the teacher’s instruction and less reliant on adult support in preparation for the next level
Aim to...become water confident and develop core aquatic skills (without adult assistance but with buoyancy aids as required).
Introduce complete non-swimmers to the aquatic environment and establish an understanding of safety in and around water
Develop and progress water confidence
Establish an understanding of basic core aquatic skills
Encourage independent movement
Develop skills through enjoyment, fun and self-discovery
Swim Skills 1
Aim to...further develop water confidence and develop core aquatic skills without aids.
Develop confidence and ability to perform a wide range of core aquatic skills without buoyancy aids
Develop the basic technique of the strokes
Introducing the basic technique of sculling
Develop balance and buoyancy through a variety of activities
Swim Skills 2
Aim to...increase the competency of the core aquatic skills and develop basic stroke technique.
Introduce and progress new core aquatic skills
Develop stroke technique to include all four strokes
Introduction to diving (pool permitting)
Develop awareness and feel for the water through a variety of core aquatic skills
Swim Skills 3
Aim to...Introduce more advanced stroke technique and achieve Triple S standard.
Further develop competency in all four strokes
Development of Diving
Further developing Butterfly and Breaststroke aiming to achieve legal technique
Swim Skills 4
Aim to...To improve the quality of stroke technique, introduce multi aquatic skills/disciplines and basic lifesaving skills.
To demonstrate competent technique in all four strokes
Introduce lifesaving skills and basic aquatic discipline skills
To provide basic skills to enable progression in to all aquatic disciplines including life saving
Club Ready Swim
Aim to...improve and maintain stroke technique over distance and develop basic training and race skills producing a swimmer who is ‘Club Ready’.
Advance swimming stamina for all four strokes whilst maintaining technique
Improve efficiency in all four strokes
To develop turn technique for all four strokes
Knowledge and understanding of club training practices variety of core aquatic skills
KA 1:1 & 1:2 Swimming Lessons
Our Swim 1:1 or 1:2 lessons are ideal for both children and adults alike with qualified instructors dedicated specifically for your needs – whether you simply need a bit of practice, technique support, nervous in the water or prefer to learn in small groups our 1:1 or 1:2 lessons can help you.
If you are interested in learning to swim:
KA Leisure runs a range of classes in our Learn to Swim programme.
For further details contact:
- Auchenharvie – 01294 605126
- Garnock Community Campus 01505 682685 (Option 2)
- Portal 01294 310060 – Select Option 1
- Vikingar! 01475 689777