Welcome to Quackers Swim School
Quackers Swim School provides traditional swimming lessons from age six months to pre-club level. Courses are run in school term time, but we also provide intensive courses during the holidays.
Your child will learn to swim in a safe and friendly environment. All of our teachers are fully qualified and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked. Our lessons are competitively priced and we guarantee smaller class sizes.
The Lenton Centre pool reopened in 2008, but was originally opened in 1966. The pool is 18 metres long by 7 metres wide. There are showers and separate male and female group changing facilities.
Just a quick note to say thank you for everything you have done for Abigail with her swimming. Since she joined Quackers her progress has been amazing with her achievements over the past 3 ½ years exceeding our expectations. The friendly calm and dedicated approach of the team has seen Abigail’s confidence grow weekly with her looking forward to her sessions. Her technical advancement is incredible and it is a delight to watch her swimming. Thank you for all your support and we wish you all the very best in the future.
Dear all the Quackers team.
Thank you for all your hard work teaching out three children to swim. They have thoroughly enjoyed their time at Quackers.
Dear everyone at Quackers,
Thank you for teaching me to swim. I really enjoyed coming to Quackers
Thank you for teaching me to be a good swimmer. I’ve loved every minute of it.
The girls have all enjoyed Quackers lessons over the years. Great instructors such as yourself, Lisa, Ben and Connor have ensured that the girls have progressed an amazing rate whilst having fun and feeling safe. Please pass on our love and appreciation to the team and all the best for the future.
Thank you for teaching me to swim. I loved it.
Thank you for all your encouragement, support and coaching. We wouldn’t know what we can achieve without you.
Thank you for everything. I have been swimming here for 6 years. I’m sad to leave, but I’ll still see you when my sister comes.