We have an 8 lane 25 metre certified competition swimming pool which is 0.9m at the shallow end with a continuous gradient down to 1.8m at the deep end.
We have swimming lessons available for ages 6 months and older. Or come in for an lane swim.
View our live timetable to see what’s happening below.
Free swimming for eligible residents
West Bletchley Council provide the opportunity for West Bletchley MK3 residents (Newton Leys postcodes not included) to swim for FREE (under the age of 16 and over the age of 60 years). The facility is also available to residents who are registered disabled or unemployed. You will need proof that you live within the West Bletchley MK3 postcode area and eligibility. Click here to download an application form
Our swimming lesson follow the leading Swim England Learn to Swim Programme, the leading national teaching syllabus, helping children and adults to learn how to swim in a safe, effective and enjoyable environment.
Swimming lessons are available for all ages: babies (over six months), children, teenagers and adults. If you are entering the syllabus for the first time there will be a FREE assessment with a level 2 qualified instructor to ensure you or your children is in the correct lesson based on existing skills.
FREE assessments take place:
- Thursdays – 6.30pm
- Friday – 4.00pm
- Sundays – 11.30am
To book your assessment please contact reception on 01908 377251.
There are four specialised stages in the Swim England Learn to Swim Programme:
This is an ideal introduction to water through fun and games for children from 6 months old. Made up of two stages, Adult and Baby and Duckling Awards for toddlers.
Adult & Baby sessions allow you to be in the pool with your child, whilst being guided by the instructors. In the Duckling Awards, your children progress to swimming without you in the water, but guided by our qualified teachers.
From these sessions, children will gain water confidence and foundations as they start their swim journey.
Adult and Baby:
- Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings
- Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings
Learn to Swim Framework
Suitable for children aged between 4 and 11 years, the seven stages will teach children the fundamentals of swimming and help them to develop into confident and competent swimmers through fun and enjoyment.
Lessons take place throughout the week, Monday – Friday between 4.00pm – 6.00pm, Saturday mornings from 7.30am – 10.00am and Sunday mornings from 8.30am – 11.00am:
- Stage 1
- Stage 2
- Stage 3
- Stage 4
- Stage 5
- Stage 6
- Stage 7
For further information on the seven stages click here
Aquatics Skills Framework
For children who have completed the Learn to Swim Framework this stage helps them to develop existing skills further including synchro, water polo, diving and swimming.
Lessons take place:
- Stage 8
- Monday – Fridays – 6.00pm
- Saturdays 10.00am
Adult Swimming Framework
For older teens and adults that are looking to start swimming these sessions cater for a range of abilities, from non swimmers and nervous swimmers to those that want to build water confidence. These sessions help develop swimming skills and technique.
We run the following lessons for adults:
- Adult beginners – Monday 6.00pm, Tuesday & Thursdays 11.30am
- Adult intermediate lessons – Tuesday 6.00pm, Tuesday & Thursday 12.15pm
For further information on Swim England Learn to Swim Programme visit their website
Swimming lessons run for 50 weeks of the year and you can join at any time. Swimming lessons are available to purchase on direct debit.
The home portal is currently unavailable whilst we transfer to a new system that will help you manage and keep track of swimming lessons. Don’t worry lessons will continue as normal during this time and any changes will be recorded by the swim team.
The new portal will be available shortly, we will provide further information soon.
For more information or to sign up, call reception now on 01908 377251.
Should you wish to cancel your swimming lessons, please complete the following form and a member of the team will be in touch shortly.