Swimming is a fantastic way to stay healthy and get fit and in Glasgow we have lots of opportunities
is a fantastic way to stay healthy, no matter what age you are and it is never
too early to start, so Glasgow Sport provides a programme of lessons for
children aged 6 months to 5 years old.
These small classes,
delivered by our expert coaches, involve fun, water based activities that
introduce your child to the water and build their confidence while helping with
their physical development and flexibility. It is also a perfect stepping stone
to our main Learn to Swim programme
Sunday 23 October 2016, Glasgow Sport’s Learn
to Swim programme will be going through some exciting changes. Following
consultation with neighbouring Local Authorities and the National Governing
Body for swimming, Glasgow Sport will now follow the Scottish Swimming Learn to Swim Framework.
Private Lessons are available in a number of our venues. These are a great way to build confidence, work towards specific goals or fast track your swimming abiltiy. Lessons are available on an individual basis (1:1) or why not grab a friend and have a duel lesson (1:2). Prices are as follows:
1:1 lessons are £17.90 per lesson
A block of 5 1;1 lessons are £81.20
1:2 lessons are £16.30 per person
A block of 5 1:2 lessons are £75.80 per person
Private lessons are currently available in the following venues, please contact them directly for availability and to book:
Glasgow Club Castlemilk 0141 276 1420
Glasgow Club Drumchapel 0141 276 1515
Glasgow Club Easterhouse 0141 276 9696
Glasgow Club Gorbals 0141 276 1490
Glasgow Club Scotstoun 0141 276 1620
Glasgow Club Springburn 0141 276 1690
Where to Swim
We have 12 pools around the city, which all offer swimming lessons, so you're never far away from one!
Glasgow School of Sport
Scotland's first school dedicated to sporting excellence has been developed at Bellahouston Academy and is a first for Glasgow and a first for Sport. It's the only school in Great Britain which helps up and coming sports stars to become better at their chosen sport.
There are lots of talented sportsmen and women in Scotland and the School of Sport aims to nurture that talent and provide the best possible opportunities for development in the country.