Non-Residential with evening meals: Ages 8 to 16 £402
Our coaching team will guide swimmers through skills, drills and practices that have helped to produce 83 International swimmers and medallists at Commonwealth and Olympic Games. All aspects of training are included and groups will be arranged according to age, experience and ability. Colour teams form the basis of the competitive challenges throughout the week culminating in a swimming gala on the final day, to which parents are invited.
Swim School has been running since 1980 and we continue to focus on technique development for all our course members. Swimming skills will be the highest priority as well as ensuring an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
During the week children will take part in activities away from the pool including high-ropes and archery sessions at our outdoor activity centre; evening social activities (BBQ, disco, film night and a talent competition) and a shopping trip to Tavistock.
Stroke development workshops in and out of the pool on all four strokes
Coaching improvement of starts, turns and finishes
Digital video analysis under and above water
Goal setting – how to get the best out of training and racing
Comprehensive land training including:
Strength and Conditioning
Pre and Post Pool routines
Games and Challenges and much more
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Swim School Booking Form
To book please complete the online form below and also pay the non-refundable deposit of £100 by debit/credit card by ringing the Mount Kelly Swim Centre on 01822 813170.
If you book after the final balance dates then the you must pay the full course amount to secure your place.
A Scottish athlete who represented Team GB in three Olympic Games, multiple Commonwealth Games, World, European Championships. A career spanning over two decades she has vast knowledge on improving the little details both in the swimming pool and out of the pool.
Hannah, alongside Director of Swimming Emma Collings-Barnes, will deliver pool and land-based sessions and a meet and greet on one of the Swim School Days.
“I’m not the biggest, I’m not the strongest, but I will be the hardest working athlete I can be”. Triple Olympian, Hannah Miley, whilst small in stature worked on her out the box thinking techniques to help improve her swimming to be world class in her event for fifteen years. Her mindset and focus on technique set herself apart from her competitions in pursuing her dreams of being an Olympic athlete. Now retired she’s ready to share her technical work both in and out of the pool.