Neil Bailey Swimming is an experienced swimming club and quality learn-to-swim provider, delivering unique swimming classes to children and adults in the High Wycombe, Beaconsfield and Marlow areas.
Neil Bailey Swimming
Neil Bailey Swimming is an experienced swimming club and quality learn-to-swim provider, delivering unique swimming classes to children in the High Wycombe, Beaconsfield and Marlow areas.
Introducing swimming independence to Pre-School children
Mixed Ability Group Lessons
Our core learn to swim programme
Our non competitive swim team
Our Intensive school holiday courses
Private Term Time Lessons
Private lessons during term time.
Adult Swimming Lessons
Private or group adult swimming lessons.
We are a local team led by Neil Bailey, who an ASA teacher with over 20 years of experience. We offer a variety of swimming lessons, for children of all ages and abilities.
Neil Bailey Swimming runs term time lessons suitable for non-swimmers from the age of three, to advanced-level swimmers. We deliver high-quality enjoyable lessons, focused on creating a comfortable and positive environment, to encourage learning and progression with swimming skills. Our lessons operate at well maintained school swimming pools, that are perfect for all of our swimmers, regardless of ability.
Our team of fantastic teachers work to encourage and reassure nervous non-swimmers, and motivate and provide expert feedback to strong swimmers. We use creative teaching techniques to get the best results.
- Safe, secure environment
- Expert teaching from experienced teachers
- Fun, enjoyable lessons
- Continuous progress monitoring
- Flexible programme – start anytime
Test the waters with Neil Bailey Swimming
Interested in signing your child up for swimming lessons, but want to try us out first? Contact us today to arrange your free trial lesson. We look forward to meeting you!
Latest Blog Posts
Since we began teaching we have prioritised using venues with high standards of water treatment. This is key to providing a clean and safe environment that we would be happy for our families to swim in. This has taken on an even greater importance during this...
If your arms and shoulders are getting tired early in your swim, or you’re not seeing the pace improvements you’d like, then addressing your strength training regime is an excellent idea. The main upper body muscles which will boost your swim are the lats, pecs,...
In this post written by one of our Lead Teachers Becca we break down the movements that make up the stroke, the steps we take when teaching it and the benefits it has on the body. Breaststroke is my favourite stroke, it is said that it is the hardest to understand...
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Via the button below you can view our available lessons on the calendar page, where you can also book online. For enquiries about courses or venues, please contact us directly either by email, email@example.com, or by phone on 07938 629129