website: Community Use Schools
Swimming is a skill for life that promotes sport and well being. It provides a full body workout with minimum strain in joints and muscles. Acquiring water confidence is an essential skill for life which will introduce children to a sport discipline; would make other activities more enjoyable, such as holidays, water sports and it may even save a life.
Our children classes aim to allow children to feel confident and have fun in the water at their own pace through the Scottish Learn to Swim Program. Classes are arranged based on the child skills (generally starting from 5 years of age) and pupils are continually assessed based on their improvement to the next appropriate level.
Adult learners can feel relaxed as they learn to swim or improve their current skills.
Friday Night @ Waid Youth Club
Location: Waid Community UseEvery Friday you can join in with the different sports, have a swim, or feel free to chill out, play Table Football and use the Cafe. Bring your own CD's to listen to.
Swimming lessons - Children's
Location: Woodmill Community AccessWoodmill Community Access offers an extensive range of children's swimming lessons throughout the week.
Through the new Scottish Learn to Swim Scheme - Levels 1 - 4.
Childrens Swimming Lessons
Location: Lochgelly High Community UseScottish Swimming's Learn to Swim Programme delivered at Lochgelly High Community Use
Scottish Swimming Level 2 Certificate for Teaching Aquatics
Location: Lochgelly High Community UseLevel 2 Certificate in Teaching Aquatics course at Lochgelly High Community Use, July 2018