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.
|Disciplines Wordsearch Answers||14th December 2009||Answers to disciplines wordsearchAnswers to disciplines wordsearch|
|Stakeholder satisfaction wtih the ASA||15th June 2010||Find out what members think of the ASA and its services in the first report of a five-year surveyThe ASA commissioned the Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy at Loughborough University to carry out a five year assessment of satisfaction with the services of the ASA. This report sets out the findings of the first stage of the research, which primarily constitutes a benchmarking of levels of member satisfaction in order to identify areas for development and to provide a standard against which to assess future levels of satisfaction.|
|Equality Act 2010||4th October 2010||Click here to view background information on the Act for affiliated organisations.Here the ASA outlines the potential impact of the Act and the need for all affiliated organisations to review their compliance.|
|Equality Act 2010: Associations||8th December 2010||Click here to download information regarding the definition of "Associations" in the Equality Act 2010Further information on "Associations" and the Equality Act 2010, to supplement the ASA's earlier "Equality Act 2010" guidance document.|
|Library Archive||11th March 2011||Library ArchiveLibrary Archive - Please note this is a Excel document. You will need to have Microsoft excel 1997-2003 or newer to view the document.|
|Organisational policy general section relating to the ASA||23rd May 2011||Read the ASA's general policies including information on ASA trading, ASA board clothing and judicial policies.Information included in the general policies section include: ASA meeting procedure, Abuse, Equal opportunities and e-mail.|
|Finance policy (applies to both British Swimming and the ASA)||24th May 2011||The finance policy has detail of tax planning, regulation of payments of expenses and project management to name a few. This document applies to both British Swimming and the ASA.Details of how the company regulates its differerent expenses.|
|Finance Policy (specific to the ASA)||24th May 2011||The finance policy specific to the ASA details the responsibility regarding payment for attendance at meetings and the role of trustees.The finance policy specific to the ASA details the responsibility regarding payment for attendance at meetings and the role of trustees.|
|Swimming Policy (applies to British Swimming and the ASA)||24th May 2011||The ASA swimming policy covers child protection,medical cover and dress codes to mention a few. Read the document to find out more...The ASA swimming policy covers child protection,medical cover and dress codes to mention a few.|
|Swimming Policy (specific to the ASA)||24th May 2011||Read the swimming policy linked directly to the ASA. It covers team selection appeals procedure,calendar planning and circulation of rule interpretations to mention a few. Read the document to find out more...This document covers team selection appeals procedure,calendar planning and circulation of rule interpretations to mention a few. Read the document to find out more...|
|ASA Enterprises 2010-2011 accounts||18th July 2011||The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011|
|ASA Merchandising 2010-2011||18th July 2011||The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011|
|IoS statutory accounts 2010-2011||18th July 2011||The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011The directors' report and financial statements for the year ended March 2011|
|Swimming Times accounts 2010-2011||18th July 2011|
|Come on in the water’s lovely (PosAbility Magazine article)||1st September 2012||A recent article by Claire Freeman for Posability Magazine, entitled “Come on in the water’s lovely”.'Come on in the water’s lovely' written by Claire Freeman of the ASA and printed in PosAbility Magazine.|
|Case study: A swimmer’s perspective from Danielle||19th September 2012||Read about how Danielle got in to swimming and her future aims in the sport.Danielle's swimming journey so far and her ambitions.|
|Case study: Bethany’s swimming journey so far||19th September 2012||Find out how Bethany got in to swimming and what she has achieved so far. Also included is comments and advice from her parents.Find out how Bethany got in to swimming and how her parents feel about the sport.|
|Case study: Athlete Olivia Mae tells us about her swimming journey||19th September 2012||Read how athlete Olivia Mae began swimming and how she has progressed. Her parents also give their thoughts and advice on the topic.Athlete Olivia Mae's swimming journey.|
|Case study: Swimming Coach Louise tells us about her role||19th September 2012||Swimming Coach Louise explains how she and the Playground to Podium officer try to establish the P2P pathway at the City of Norwich SC.Swimming Coach Louise explains how her role is involved with the Playground to Podium (P2P) pathway.|
|Case study: Playground to Podium (P2P)||19th September 2012||Details of Hoddesdon SC's involvement with the Playground to Podium (P2P) pathway.A clubs involvement with the Playground to Podium (P2P) pathway.|
|ASA School Swimming Manitesto||16th March 2013||The ASA six-point manifesto aims to improve central and local government support for swimming and make school swimming lessons a priority. The manifesto, titled Save School Swimming, Save Lives, is in response to research carried out by Kellogg’s and the ASA revealing that one in three children are leaving primary school unable to swim. Read the full manifesto.|
|Environmental Policy||3rd April 2013||Download the the ASA's Environmental Policy which details the aims and objectives of the company. The ASA has developed a wide range of policies to help achieve its objectives. Click on the link for further information on environmental policies of the ASA.|
|A Vision for Swimming||13th August 2013||Download the 2013 version of A Vision for Swimming2013 version of A Vision for Swimming|
|Calendar of cultural events and religious festivals 2015||11th May 2015||A calendar outlining important festivals, holidays and religious events for 2015.|
|Data Protection Policy||18th May 2015||ASA Data Protection Policy, updated April 2015.|
|News Story Template||22nd June 2015||Document to be filled out for submitting news stories to the ASA.|
|ASA Organisational Chart||10th July 2015||Download the ASA's organisational chart to see the structure of the company.|
|The ASA Equality and Diversity Policy||10th August 2015||The ASA equality and diversity policy document.|