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Piano lessons, football, violin tuition or ballet. What do they all have in common? Or rather, what do swimming lessons not have in common with them? Well, swimming lessons is one of the few out-of-school activities that children have little or no choice in taking part, whether your child loves it or not.


The British Swimming Championships kick off today until 23 April 2017. It's the highlight of the swimming event calendar, with over 500 competitors from across the UK competing in this years’ event. 


Today is World Health Day! It’s celebrated every year on the 7th April and is a good time to remind ourselves to take positive steps in caring for ourselves.


Congratulations to Warrender Baths Club on their huge success at the Scottish National Age Group Championships.


Deciding when to serve dinner around a swimming lesson can be a tricky one to balance. They've just come out of school and they're hungry. Swimming is quite soon and if they don't eat now, they'll be starving when they get out the pool. Yep, we understand the struggle, so here's our advice to make it easy for your wee one.


SwimEasy encourages babies to come along to our SwimBabies and SwimTots classes, with their parent(s), from just a few months old.


We’re excited to announce that SwimEasy will soon be launching in Glasgow! Our swimming lessons will be available at exciting new venues and children will have the opportunity to be taught by qualified teachers that truly care about their development as swimmers.


Saturday night marked the end of the 2016 Olympics, as far as swimmers are concerned. To finish it off, team GB secured a silver in the men’s 4x200m freestyle relay, making it Britain’s most successful medal haul in the pool for over 100 years.


For Lewis, the British Championships last month, which doubled up as the Rio Olympic trials, marked the end of an era. When he touched the wall after his 200IM final, that was it. Twenty years, done and dusted.


As the British Olympic swimming trials get underway this week, hundreds of swimmers carry the hopes of their friends, family and nation in a bid to make the cut for the Olympic Games later this year in Rio.