Meet The Team
Female Swimming Teachers
Hi, I'm Antonia. Having been a competitive swimmer when I was younger, I felt I wanted to continue to develop my passion for swimming and pass this knowledge and interest onto others. I became a qualified teacher as soon as I was old enough to do so and I have not looked back since.
Hi my name is Becci, I love sports and love to swim! I’ve been swimming since I was 6 months old and have not lost my passion. Swimming is great as it is so inclusive and fun.
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 [...]
My name is Catherine; I love the world which swimming opens and strive to give that same opportunity and passion to all students I encounter.
I enjoy teaching children and adults of all ages and abilities. I like teaching the lower stages and helping the younger children develop their basic swimming skills.
I also like teaching the older age groups, helping to develop their technique and performance.
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 [...]
Hi, my name is Clare. I have been swimming since I was 5 years old and began teaching others to swim in 2019. It was my love and passion for sports that made me change careers and become a swimming teacher. I only learnt some swimming strokes when I signed up for my first triathlon so I believe it's never too late!
Hi, my name is Danni. Starting my journey in 2000, I have many years of experience encouraging, teaching and training people to swim. I have a real passion for the water and believe in being enthusiastic and supportive of those I am teaching.
Hi, my name is Ellie. I am a level 2 swimming teacher and I’ve always had a passion for swimming. I have loved being in the water from a young age and I previously swam competitively - my favourite stroke is breaststroke.
I started my teaching career by volunteering at my club with the younger swimmers and have now gone on to qualify as a swimming teacher.
Hi, my name is Emma. I have been involved in teaching swimming since 2018. I have taught everything from both small and large groups to babies and toddlers, down to one-to-one lessons. I am a very calm, patient, and enthusiastic person. I love to make my lessons fun and engaging by adding educational play, I believe that younger children learn best this way. I enjoy teaching adults and children of all ages and abilities.
I have always enjoyed water and swimming from a young age and believe this is a good life skill that everyone should have and it’s never too late to learn. You can make such great memories from learning to swim but also giving you the confidence to enjoy the water without fear.
Hi, my name is Fiona and I have been a swimming teacher since 1999. I am passionate and well versed in teaching adults and children of all abilities, whether they are new to the water, beginner swimmers, SEND or working to improve stroke technique.
Hi, my name is Gracie. I have been a competitive swimmer since I was 7 years old, and have been teaching since 2019. I have a passion for teaching swimming and love every minute of it.
Hi my name is Hannah and I have been a qualified swimming teacher for 4 years now. I believe that swimming is such a fun sport, as well as an important life skill that everyone should learn!
Hi, my name is Hattie. I am a Level 2 Swimming Teacher with a big passion for swimming.
From a very young age, I have always loved anything involving water.
Hello, my name is Holly. I enjoy teaching a variety of lessons to children and adults of all abilities and ages. I find it very rewarding when helping nervous swimmers overcome their fear and become water confident. I also work to inspire swimmers in the higher stages to reach their full potential.
Hi, my name is Iulia and I am an STA Level 2 Instructor. I qualified in early 2021 but my experience in dealing with participants of all ages and abilities is vast as I have previously worked as a tennis coach for more than 5 years.
I also have a university module combining pedagogy and psychology which shapes my personality as an instructor and offered me the soft skills I needed to deal with any type of situation encountered.
Hi, my name is Jessica and swimming is my passion. I am a highly qualified instructor and I love to pass on my knowledge and expertise.
Hi, my name is Jessica I am originally from Poland but have lived in London for 17 years. I love teaching all ages and abilities, aquatic learning has no boundaries!
Hi! My name is Lilia and I am a Level 2 swimming teacher. I am an enthusiastic, committed teacher, who is confident in teaching all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique, and confidence in the water.
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 [...]
Hi, my name is Lucy! I am friendly, enthusiastic, love the water and believe swimming is an essential life skill. I have lots of experience in teaching a variety of clients, from beginners to triathletes! I understand everyone is different and I am happy to adapt my teaching approach to what suits you, whether it’s for building confidence or perfecting your stroke technique. I am a qualified Level 2 Certificate swimming instructor and I enjoy teaching and have taught all ages and abilities from babies to elderly adults.
My name is Maria. I have been a swimming teacher since 2017 and I enjoy passing on this life skill to those that I teach. I adapt my lessons to meet the needs of the participant to ensure maximum improvements in ability and confidence.
Hi, my name is Meg. I am a competitive swimmer who has been swimming since 5 months old, this has allowed me to gain lots of swimming experience within the sport and people associated with it. I am now a Level 2 Teacher and have worked and loved teaching ever since I started my teaching journey at the age of 14 - following in the footsteps of my mum.
Hello, my name is Megan and I am a Swim England Level 2 Swimming Teacher. My passion for swimming was inevitable, coming from a long line of swimmers and swimming teachers within my family. I swam for a club from an early age and knew from a teen that I had my heart set on becoming a swimming teacher. I love swimming and love that I am able to teach my passion.
Hi, I'm Melanie and have I been passionate about swimming since childhood when I was taught this amazing skill by my Dad. Although I first learnt to swim in the '70s, swimming techniques have evolved and both my knowledge and STA qualification from May 2021 is up-to-date and in line with current standards.
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 [...]
Hi. My name is Niamh – that’s pronounced Neeve by the way. I have been involved in swimming since I was about 7 when I swam my first mile - choosing to swim over the alternative mile-long walk which seemed a long way to have to walk at the time.
Initially swimming for fun, I soon became a competitive swimmer with backstroke being my main event. I swam at open meets (up to level 1) for Windsor Swimming Club.
Hi, my name is Nicola I have been a swimming teacher since 2019. I have 18 years’ experience working with children, initially as a teacher and then as a SEN nanny. During that same period, I have competed in triathlon events and as an open water swimmer. Making the career change to teach children to swim was a natural one and I bring skills from all three to my classes.
My name is Tori and I am a Level 2 Swimming Instructor. I consider my best attributes to be my ability to be adaptable and understanding of situations whilst continually being encouraging and supportive.
Learning how to swim is a great way to enhance your skills and enjoy your life. I love teaching swimming - a life skill that I firmly believe everyone should know how to do.
Knowledge is power, and adding a new skill to your life can not only improve your confidence, but it could also help you professionally.
Hi, my name is Vix and I have 9 years of swim-teaching experience, with both non-swimmers adults and children. I am also a qualified PE teacher.
I love swimming and swam to county standards; I entered lots of competitions for Guildford city swimming club.