** Please note all swimming lessons on Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th May 2014 will be going ahead as normal - but there will be NO lessons on Monday 5th May due to the holiday **


Aquatics Aberdeen is Sport Aberdeen’s learn to swim programme.

The swim scheme's major aim is to teach children and adults to swim safely and provide them with the opportunity to participate in an enjoyable activity which can be pursued at all levels and throughout one's life.

The backbone of the Learn to Swim Programme is the structured progression that is possible for every swimmer. This leads every swimmer from the basic skills of water familiarisation, orientation and propulsion all the way through to water competence, specialisation and technical efficiency. This competence will ensure that pupils can take part in many water based activities in the future.

Aquatics Aberdeen currently runs lessons at the following pools;

  • Beach Leisure Centre
  • Bridge of Don Swimming Pool
  • Bucksburn Swimming Pool
  • Cults Sports Centre and Swimming Pool
  • Dyce Primary Swimming Pool
  • Aberdeen Grammar Pool
  • Hazlehead Swimming Pool
  • Hazlewood Pool
  • Kincorth Swimming Pool
  • Northfield Swimming Pool


News Flash

Cameroon Athletes Visit Sport Aberdeen Kids Camps.

The Cameroon Commonwealth team took time from their training schedule in Aberdeen to visit a number of Kids Camps across Sport Aberdeen venues on the 11th and  18th of July.

Growing Numbers in Reward Scheme

The Sport Aberdeen Reward Scheme is boasting growing figures according to the latest report.

Scottish Swimming Parliamentary Reception

Dianne Breen, Jill Franks and Duncan Sinclair attended the Scottish Swimming Parliamentary Reception at Holyrood, which, was conducted by MSP Liz Smith and outlined the government’s plans to ensure every child can swim by the time they leave primary school.

Kings Links Stableford Results

Sport Aberdeen held a walk on Stableford contest at the Kings Links course on Tuesday the 8th of July.