FAQs

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FAQ: Can Children Eat Before Swimming Lessons?

Can your children eat before swimming lessons? Many people remember the advice that you shouldn’t eat before swimming. Is this true?

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FAQ: At What Age Should My Child Begin Swimming Lessons?

We begin teaching children in our parent and baby swimming lessons from 3 months. From the age of 2 or 3 years they can join our 1:1 or 1:2 lessons.

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FAQ: Baby swimming before or after vaccinations

Frequently Asked Questions: Can my baby go swimming before or after vaccinations? The Department of Health says that you can take your baby swimming from a very young age. There is no need to wait until they have been vaccinated. This article is what the NHS say about swimming before or after vaccinations. You can take your baby swimming at any age, both before and after they have been vaccinated. It doesn’t matter if they haven’t yet completed their course of vaccinations.

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FAQ: What Can I Do To Prepare My Baby For Swimming Lessons?

When booking parent & baby lessons with us, we get asked many questions. Mostly “What can I do to prepare my baby for swimming lessons?”

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FAQ: Why Choose Private Swim Lessons Over Group Classes?

Some clients show hesitation over SwimWay lesson fees. Why should you choose our private swim lessons over the larger, cheaper leisure centre classes?

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FAQ: Can My Child Have Swimming Lessons With Asthma?

Asthma shouldn’t stop you from exercising and becoming a good swimmer. Yes, your child can have swimming lessons with Asthma!

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