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South Reading Leisure Centre - iswim with Jill

(Formally Academy Sport)

iSwim With Jill has a county-wide reputation for delivering excellent swimming courses, their ASA Level 2 teachers follow the teaching principles set out by the National Plan for Teaching Swimming and deliver each stage as set out by the Amateur Swimming Association [ASA]. All children are certified at completion of each of our 12 stages.

Our ‘Little splashers’ sessions encourage early years swimmers to develop basic motor skills through enjoyment of the water.

Fundamental movement skills which build confidence, buoyancy, stroke technique and safety awareness can then be developed from stages 1–12 of iSwim With Jill’s Swim School courses.

30 minute sessions

For further information about lessons with iSwim With Jill or to apply for a place please contact them directly on: 07805 203144.

iswim with Jill can cater for children/young people with physical disabilities as there is a hoist and helpers to assist. Children/young people with learning dificulties are also welcome but please speak to Gemma first to make sure your child's needs can be catered for. Max 6 to a class.

iswim with Jill also offer Adult sessions too.

Hoist available with assistance if required during general sessions for adults.

Disabled people can apply for a 'Your Reading Passport' and gain free entry during off peak times.

Who to contact

Contact Name
07805 203144
0118 937 3399

Where to go

South Reading Leisure Centre
Northumberland Avenue

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Session Information
Mondays 4-6pm; Thursdays 4-6pm; Saturdays 9.30-11.30

Other Details


£80 per term (13 weeks)


Referral required

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