These classes are specifically for home ed children.
Date: Monday mornings starting 5 June 2017, all year round except for Bank Holidays and 2 weeks at Christmas.
Time: each class is half an hour, which includes admin time.
|Beginners||9.30 – 10.00|
|Beginners||10.00 – 10.30|
|Intermediates||10.30 – 11.00|
Venue: Kimberley Leisure Centre, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2NJ. It’s next to Kimberley School.
Area: Kimberley is a few miles north-west of Nottingham City, on the Rainbow One bus route.
Age range: 5+.
Price: Direct Debit £18.75 a month, or block payment £57.50 for 10 sessions.
Trial lesson is free.
If you pay by direct debit, then the price also includes free swimming in any of the public sessions. (You also get free swimming in public sessions if you’re under 8 with a leisure card.)
Booking: Pay in advance. Either visit the leisure centre, or ring 0115 917 3366.
Organiser: Lauren Tavener at Liberty Leisure. Email: lauren dot tavener at liberty-leisure dot org dot uk.
For the beginners, a fully qualified teacher will be in the water to help aid and assist. There will also be a fully qualified teacher on the poolside, instructing the lesson.
Accessible building, accessible changing rooms, and a hoist to help wheelchair users into the pool. The lessons are smaller than mainstream lessons, which would be suitable for children with autism or learning disabilities.
Map showing Kimberley Leisure Centre:
(pointer is on the leisure centre building, despite the label which makes it look like part of the school)
Nearest bus stop: The bus is the Trent Barton Rainbow One along Kimberley Main Street. On foot from Main Street, the shortest route is to walk up Noel Street (almost opposite Sainsbury’s) and take the only left turn off Noel Street. Bus stops “Library” and “Nottingham Road” are on Main Street about equidistant from the turn-off up Noel Street.
Parking: there’s a car park right in front of the leisure centre. Arrive via Newdigate Street. To the right of the school frontage, follow small road to get to the car park and leisure centre. (On some maps, this small road is named as a continuation of Noel Street, but by car, it doesn’t join up with the other end of Noel Street, where it connects with Main Road.)