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Duncan Goodhew supports School Swimathon 2015

27 May 2015

School Swimathon has seen a record number of school children from across England taking part in School Swimathon 2015. The Swimathon sister programme is now in its third year, and has proved to be an engaging tool to get pupils across the country inspired to swim further than they ever have before.

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Primary school pupils denied life-saving skills

The Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) is calling on primary schools and politicians to show their commitment to school swimming as new figures reveal that 45 per cent of primary school children are unable to swim 25 metres despite it being a national curriculum requirement.

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Help children to Get Safe

08 May 2014

Pool operators, clubs and swim schools are invited to give young people in their area the chance to learn about the dangers posed by open water by holding a special ‘Get Safe’ event.

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Trainee PE teachers benefit from ASA instruction

07 May 2014

The ASA has joined forces with academics at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to conduct a pilot study helping prepare trainee secondary school physical education (PE) teachers to give swimming instruction to students.

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