Go Swimming has everything you need to know about swimming. If you are a parent, a non swimmer or just want to improve your technique this is the section for you.
In British Swimming you will find information about the world of high performance sport, including the disciplines of Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo and Para-Swimming.
The ASA is the governing body for the sport in England. In this section you will find all you need to know about joining a club or competing in England and becoming a swimming teacher or coach.
The IoS delivers the ASA’s courses and is a member organisation. Whether you are a teacher, coach, employer or club you will find everything you need to know about qualifications or educating your workforce.
|Swimlink sessions for young disabled swimmers||13th June 2012||Dates times and contact details for Swimlink sessions for young disabled peopleDetails of Swimlink sessions available in limited locations to enhance the swimming skills of young disabled people. Bridging the gap between learning to swim and progressing on to a swimming club, these sessions will enable the young person to progress into a mainstream coaching environment|
|Deaf friendly swimming resource||18th June 2012||Guide for teachers, coaches and parents with advice on teaching deaf children to swimResource for teachers, coaches and parents or anyone involved in teaching deaf children to swim and be confident in the water. Produced by the National Deaf Children's Society supported by the ASA.|
|Extend your expertise in disability swimming leaflet||20th August 2012||Leaflet for teachers and coaches to encourage disability awarenessAll the information teachers and coaches need to extend their expertise in disability swimming, including how, why and who can help.|
|Encourage disabled participation in swimming||20th August 2012||Leaflet for pool providers to encourage disability participation in swimmingAll the information pool providers need to encourage disabled participation in swimming, including how, why and who can help.|
|Encourage new disability swimmers in your club leaflet||20th August 2012||Leaflet for clubs to encourage new disability club membersAll the information clubs need to encourage new disability swimmers including how, why and who can help.|
|Disability Hub Club Focus: Preston Panthers||12th July 2013||An overview of the disability swimming work carried out by swimming club Preston Panthers Learn more about the Preston Panthers, the disability swimming Hub Club that runs weekly sessions at West View Leisure Centre in Preston.|
|Disability Hub Club Focus: UEA City of Norwich||12th July 2013||Learn more about the UEA City of Norwich Swimming Club and Norwich Penguins, combined forming a vibrant disability swimming Hub Club for the Norwich area.The UEA City of Norwich SC and Norwich Penguins have experience of teaching a full range of disabilities S4-S14 and unclassified swimmers, and all of the coaches have had experience with coaching disability swimmers. A specialist disability coach also works to facilitate partnerships with the ASA and Team East.|
|Disability Hub Club Focus: Mid-Sussex Marlins||16th October 2013||Learn more about Mid-Sussex Marlins, a disability hub club in the South East region.Mid Sussex Marlins (MSM) was formed in 2008 after the merger of Burgess Hill and District SC and Haywards Heath SC. Within the Club are two squads catering for swimmers with disabilities - Dolphins and Starfish.|