Having swum competitively from the age of ten, I still train regularly and compete from time to time. From club galas, to open water events, I’m always on the look out for the next aquatic challenge!
I began coaching at my swimming club from the age of 16, and I was a qualified Level 2 swimming instructor at 18. During my time at St Mary’s University I was the head coach for the Stage One Development Squad at Barnes Swimming Club.
After graduating from university with a combined honours in Sports Science and Media, I decided to work abroad with Camp America. I was based in Connecticut were I was employed as the Waterfront Director at Camp Timber Trials. I worked closely with the Camp Director to ensure the safety of the children, and was responsible for overseeing all swimming lessons, and managed the weekly training and assessment of our lifeguards.
What attracted me to SwimWay was the small class sizes and relaxed environment. The perfect teaching conditions ensure a great teacher student relationship which guarantees quick progression. Throughout my swimming career, be it competitive or educational, I’ve always enjoyed helping others in achieving their goals. Not only is swimming a survival skill but with any sport comes discipline, and I feel this is a necessity for ones life.