Swim-IT not only teach or coach individuals how to swim but we also believe the swimmer should have fun learning and we work on building a team ethos, improving exercise regimes and increasing stamina.
We also concentrate on areas that some individuals may struggle with including: socialisation, communication, turn taking, discipline, handling or dealing with adversity and general life-skills.
All of these skills are essential for everyone’s daily living and our coaches truly understand this.
We respect the rights of parents and strongly believe that the parents are as much an asset to our club as the swimmers are.
We work with parents and will actively seek out time to discuss the progress of their swimmers by setting up regular parent-coach meetings.
We also welcome feedback and use this to help us improve what we do.
We believe that whilst winning is very important we also understand that sometimes winning does not necessarily mean coming first.
To us it means showing that you gave your best effort, hopefully you achieved a personal best and that you feel positive and upbeat about the result and that it has motivated you to try even harder in training to make further improvements.