Archived news: published on Saturday 04 Aug 2012 by Fife Council
Woodmill High School has a 10 metre pool which is ideal for youngsters learning to swim or working on improving their technique.
Community Use Schools follow Scottish Swimming's 'Learn to Swim Programme'. As this is a national scheme, this means your child can transfer to Woodmill or another Community Use School even if he or she has been following the programme at another venue. 'Splish' and 'Splash' motivate children to learn to swim in a fun manner as they work through the levels collecting colour certificates and badges on the way.
Swimming Lessons run for 30 minutes from Monday - Friday and are for children age 4 upwards. Our Swimming Teachers are Linda Lynch and Tom Spry who are hugely experienced. They are supported on pool-side by a qualified Lifeguard.
The next block will run from Monday 20th August to Friday 5th October. The standard course fee is £22.30 for the 7 sessions which includes 1 badge and colour certificate (Fifestyle discounts available).
Our beginners lessons (levels 1 & 2) are nearly full but there is still some space left for older and more experienced swimmers (levels 3 - 6). We also plan to add a new class for older primary and younger secondary kids who wish to improve their technique - please call and leave your details if this is of interest to you.
Although the lessons are delivered at Woodmill, the courses are adminstered from Queen Anne High School Community Use so please contact them if you wish to make a booking or require more information.
For more information contactQueen Anne Community Use School
Tel: 01383 602351 Contact Queen Anne Community Use School online
By Post: Fife Council, Queen Anne High School, Broomhead Park, Dunfermline, KY12 0PQ