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Female Swimming Teachers

Alison B

I love swimming! I have swam my whole life, as a club swimmer and started teaching at the club, from there I qualified as a swimming teacher and then went on to teach PE. I now am a full time teacher working in a SEND school. I enjoy open water swimming and my specialism lies in adults and improvers. 


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Amy C

Hi my name is Amy!   A little bit about me, I hold STA qualifications in Parent & Baby, Level 1 & 2 swimming certificates as well as being an STA tutor in all 3 too! I also hold qualifications focusing on SEND swimming for all ages. Further to this, I also hold a degree in primary education.


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Caitlin

My name is Caitlin; I am from Stirling in Scotland and I began swimming at a very young age joining my local team at the age of 9. While I was 16 I became club captain and I completed my UKCC Level 1 coaching swimming to work with [...]


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Cheryl

Hello my name is Cheryl. I have been teaching swimming for a number of different swim schools for a while from large groups, one to ones, small groups and parent and baby. I enjoy teaching [...]


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Claudia P

I am interested in all aspects of sport and fitness especially swimming. This interest has been developed through my own personal enjoyment of swimming and my time spent involved in competing with the City of Cardiff Swimming Club. I am an experienced level 2 swim teacher. I teach all range of age and ability and am committed to sharing my enthusiasm for swimming. My aim is to encourage as many people into swimming as possible and hope other people will enjoy the sport as much as I have.


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Connie

My name is Connie and I have been swimming from an early age. I qualified as a level 2 swimming teacher at 16 years old and since then I have gained experience in teaching 1-2-1s, group lessons and people of many ages. I am a calm and patient teacher and I look forward to continuing to help swimmers to progress. 


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Dianne

Hi my name is Dianne and I’m an ASA qualified Level 2 swimming teacher. I grew up in South Africa competing & playing water polo. It’s my love of being in the water that I hope to pass on to all my pupils, while teaching them to swim in an engaging and safe way. While the end goal is to create confident, independent swimmers, my aim is to also make sure my pupils are enjoying themselves at the same time so that we can encourage and develop a life long love of the water.


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Eilidh

Hello! My name is Eilidh and I've been a competitive swimmer for the last 13 years, achieving medals at national level. I specialised in butterfly, having competed in the fly events at British Championships and understand the importance [...]  


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Eilish

I am a level 2 STA trained teacher with 5 years of experience. Ive worked with a range of ages and abilities throughout my time as a teacher particularly focusing on beginner children and adults, however I also enjoy helping people perfect their strokes and find as much enjoyment in the water as I do. I am a very calm and patient teacher with a range of techniques to suite every learning style. 


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Ellie

Hi, my name is Ellie, I have been swimming from the age of three and competitively from the age of 6. I have been teaching swimming from the age of 16 and am level 2 qualified. I love seeing the improvements people make, the [...]


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Emily J (EJ)

An enthusiastic and highly motivated individual, EJ has been passionate about swimming and water safety all of her life. Having started swimming from a few weeks old and previously been a competitive swimmer, junior lifeguard and currently a competent sailor and SCUBA / Free diver.


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Emily P

Hi, my name is Emily, I am 28 years old and I have been teaching swimming on a part time basis since I was 16 years old. I previously swam competitively until the age of 15 and have continued to swim [...]


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Fionnuala

Hi I’m Fionnuala and I am and Level 2 qualified swimming teacher, with multiple years of experience teaching children and adults of all ages and abilities. I love seeing my pupils grow in their skill, and more importantly [...]


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Grace

Hi, my name is Grace and I’m a Level 2 swimming teacher, I started swimming at a young age. I had swimming lessons at my local pool that was run by a family swim school. I completed all my stages and decided I didn’t want to stop swimming yet, so became a water helper. This gave me that little bit of responsibility. It made me feel great knowing that I could help both the teacher and the children out!


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Jan

Hi, I’m Jan.  Having learnt to swim at 6 years of age, I joined City of Southampton Swimming Club and over the years had success at County and National level, winning County Senior titles as a Breaststroker and making [...]


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Jemima K

Hi! I’m Jemima and I’ve loved being around water ever since I can remember, from swimming to kayaking to just dipping my toes in the sea! I learned to swim at my local leisure centre, and after that I found a love for water safety, attending [...]


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Jenny

My name is Jenny and I started practising as a teacher 10 years ago when I fostered some children. They didn't want to be shouted at from the side of the pool and asked me to teach them, as they enjoyed our pool sessions [...]


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Jessica L

Hi, my name is Jess! I am 18 years old and I have been a swimming teacher in Swindon/Wiltshire for two years and have helped out at my amateur swimming club since I was 14. I was a Regional swimmer for my swimming club until I decided I enjoyed coaching so much I wanted to make it a full time career.


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Joanne

Hi, my name is Joanne (Joe) I qualified as a swimming teach 6 years ago, being inspired from watching my daughter learn to swim. I’m motivated by seeing others achieve, with my help, support and guidance [...] 


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Joya

Joya was a club swimmer and a ballet dancer before becoming a pilates instructor and swimming instructor. Swimming and pilates work hand in hand and she uses her technical knowledge of anatomy in movement to help you improve your stroke technique to swim better: wether you are a complete beginner or an accomplished swimmer she can help you reach your swimming goals with a clear plan that focuses on body awareness and proper breathe control for an enhanced swimming experience. 


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Karen S

Hi my name is Karen and I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. Since a young age I have had a passion for swimming and have been a swimming teacher now for over 30 years, working with [...]


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Lauren

Being a swimming teacher has to be one of the most rewarding jobs I have ever had! I have taught so many different children and adults over the years since I qualified in 2015 and every one reminds me why [...]


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Lisa

With over 20 years experience in childcare behind me (4 yrs as a Nursery Nurse, 17 years as a Professional Nanny), I felt like I needed a new challenge. With the love of swimming myself and the joy of teaching and [...]


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Martha

I am an ASA Level 2 Teacher and Level 3 Swim Coach having taught swimming since 2003. In addition to being a hands-on swimming teacher, I work at a strategic level in the delivery of swim programmes both in a swim school and in [...]


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Maz

Hi! My name is Maz. I passed my ASA Teachers certificate in 2000 following my Assistant Teachers in 1998. I also hold the preschool and baby qualification. I have taught all ages and abilities over the last 20+ years, and have great passion and a special interest for pre-schoolers and beginners up to 25m.


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Monica

I've been swimming since I can remember. My parents put me in swimming lessons when I was little and i've swam ever since. I love being in the water, whether it's at a pool or the sea. I started as a swimming instructor in [...]


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Rebecca

Hi, I’m Becky.  I started swimming when I was very young, at first to improve my muscle strength and flexibility but it soon became so much more as I improved to become a competitive swimmer in my local youth swimming club. I took on a part-time job as a pool assistant when I was old enough and then at 16 became a fully qualified swimming teacher.


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Sophie

Hello, I'm Sophie!

I have been teaching swimming since 2012 with a water background ever since I can remember. I swam competitively as a youth [...]


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Tanya

My name is Tanya.  I have been swimming from early childhood having been brought up in sunnier climates. On return to the UK it was suggested in my school swimming lessons that I should join the local swimming club.  This I very [...]


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