Our Intensive swimming classes are a great way to improve skills quickly, meet new friends and work with different teachers during the school holidays. 

Please note swim skills holiday classes run for children from 4.5 years and upwards

How to book

You can book online using the button below or by calling 01224 047934

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Alternatively, you can book in the venue or by phoning our venue direct:

Bucksburn Pool: 01224 507757

Lochside Pool: 01224 039308

*IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: To complete your holiday camp sign up, please complete our online Holiday Camps - Child Details and Permission Form which will be emailed to you after you complete your online booking. Our camp coordinators will require this to be filled out in order for your child to attend the camp/lesson. Failure to submit these details may result in your child not being allowed to attend on the day until this information has been submitted to us.

For more information on our Easter Swim Skills Classes, please email our Aquatics team: [email protected]

Levels explained:

Swim Skills 1A

Aim: To develop water confidence and develop core aquatic skills with/without aids.

This level is for beginners who have not had swimming lessons previously, cannot float or propel unaided, or are currently in Swim Skills 1A level. 

Swim Skills 1B

Aim: To further develop water confidence and develop core aquatic skills without aids.

This level is for confident beginners who can float unaided on both front and back and swim 5m Frontcrawl and Backcrawl.

Swim Skills 2A

Aim: To increase the competency of the core aquatic skills and develop basic stroke technique in shallow water.

This level is for improvers who can float unaided on both front and back, and swim 10m Frontcrawl and Backcrawl.

Swim Skills 2B and 3

Aim: To increase the competency of the core aquatic skills and develop basic stroke technique in deep water.

This level is for those children who are confident in deep water and can swim a minimum of 15m Frontcrawl (with regular breathing to the side), Backcrawl and Breaststroke.