Working with Local Schools
At H20 our passion of swimming and children having fun, whilst being safe and confident in the water, drives us to work within our local schools to teach and install confidence to help children achieve the National Curriculum standard and beyond.
Working with schools, we invite children not achieving the 25 metres distance requirement from years 4, 5 & 6 to our school scheme ,of a block of 6 week lessons at a discounted rate. This is a non-obligatory 6 week period for children to improve their ability and technique in the water therefore aiming to achieve the 25 metres required distance. We ask schools to make initial contact with all parents in the above school years, any following contact with parent and booking of lessons is carried out directly with us at h20.
We can also provide our teachers to accompany you as a school for swimming lessons, at a discounted and reliable rate to suit school budgets.
IIf you are interested in H20 working with your school, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
H20 Makes the News!!!
KMTV have recently published their article covering our School swim scheme. Use the link below to view the article:
Water Safety Workshops
Following the success of the Water Safety Talks carried out at local schools in the summer of 2016, 2017 & 2018 we continue to work with schools in Medway and surrounding areas to invite us into their schools to provide this free talk. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
The Proof is in the Picture!!
Back in the summer of 2016, we first started going into schools to present to pupils our water safety workshop. In an interative workshop, we discuss with the pupils the possible dangers when in and around water, vital signs to look out for and how to react if they or someone they are with gets into difficulty in the water. Our first workshops were received really well by all ages and a year 1 pupil from one of the schools later went on to draw this picture from what he had understood about the use of the flags when at the beach.