Adult lessons


One fifth of adults in Britain can’t swim. We want to change this statistic and so Brooks Swim School runs ladies only swimming lessons. These lessons aim to initially teach you the basics, before progressing to technique and deep water confidence work to teach you how to be safe in deep water and a confident swimmer. 

What: Ladies only swimming lessons for  complete beginners, improvers and more advanced swimmers.

When: Fridays 7-8pm

Where: Denbigh High School, Luton

Cost: Six 1 hour lessons is £57 (The option to pay in 2 instalments is available).

What happens in a lesson? Lessons are a mixture of stroke work and skills. Stroke work includes front paddle, progressing to front crawl with breathing, as well as back and breaststroke. We use aids including noodles and floats to help you isolate parts of the stroke and improve them before trying the full stroke again. Skills are equally important when learning to swim as they are needed when learning the strokes and help to develop your confidence and trust in the water. Skills include floating, gliding, treading water, jumping and diving, personal survival in deep water and surface diving. These skills help to improve your confidence in the water which enables you to develop your strokes and become a swimmer who is safe in deep water.

Who joins? Learners range from ladies who have never swum or been in a pool before to ladies who can swim a bit but lack confidence going out of their depth or want to improve their technique to make swimming more enjoyable. We offer a supportive environment for you to learn in but we do try and push you as well as we often find we have more confidence in your abilities than you do!

Next blocks:

We are hoping to restart our ladies lessons in September. This is obviously dependent on the covid-19 situation, and currently we are awaiting further guidance on how and when we can proceed. If you are interested in joining us please get in touch and we can contact us when we have details about our next block of lessons.

More info: Swim England has some useful advice and tips for adult swimmers just starting out. Have a look at the link below.