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Haden Hill Swimming Club

Carol Sidaway from Haden Hill Swimming Club in Cradley Heath helped the club to implement the National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS). Her tips for success? Do not think the changes will happen over night, it is a relative long process, so do not get disillusioned. Learn more…

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Survive and Save Club

According to Ray Lau from Survive and Save Club in Harrow, taking your time is key to implementing the National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS) Learn more about his experiences below.

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North Herts Leisure Centre

Tina Lander from North Herts Leisure Centre says not giving parents too much detailed information is key to implementing the National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS). Learn more…

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