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.

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Equipment & Swimming aids14th December 2009Guidance Information Document - Equipment & Swimming aidsGuidance Information Document - Equipment & Swimming aids
School Swimming and Water Safety Guide For Teachers10th May 2012Swimming is a statutory requirement within the National Curriculum. Ensure you are meeting the requirement with our swimming guide for school and swimming teachers.Designed to support school teachers and swimming teachers with their current teaching of swimming and water safety, the guide will help in facilitating swimming lessons for primary school children. It has three main chapters: 1. What children should be taught at Key Stage 2 2. General principles and considerations 3. The ASA National Curriculum Training Programme (NCTP)
The 2012 School Swimming Census and Manifesto17th May 2012View the six-point Save School Swimming, Save Lives manifestosix-point Save School Swimming, Save Lives manifesto
The Complete & Elite Swimmer Award application form28th February 2014If you believe you are eligible for the Complete or Elite Swimmer Award you will need to apply with this form and then send back following details contained.
Sign up to the ASA School Swimming Charter. We're taking swimming seriously, are you?