We would like to reassure you of Swim England and Swim England South East’s support during these unprecedented times. We are creating a virtual get together for both Club Chairs and Coaches from South East Region Clubs, which will enable you to talk, share and support each other at this challenging time. These will be
Swim England have issued new guidelines for coaches delivering on behalf of a club can deliver online / virtual training and ensure that they are operating within Swim England parameters and the club is covered by their Swim England insurance policy for this activity. Read the full guidelines
Swim England, in partnership with other bodies in the sport and leisure sector, is pressing the government for more financial support for self-employed individuals working in the sector who will be impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). You can keep up-to-date with Government updates for employers and businesses on the UK Government website.
With swimming training having to take a hiatus with the current situation around Covid-19, Swim England will be looking to support and engage with athletes, coaches and volunteers as much as possible with a content of information, workshops and webinars. Swim England YouTube Channel Off The Blocks
Swim England/Institute of Swimming have published some FAQ’s that will help clubs and athletes. The article applies Government and NHS advice to every aspect of our sport. Please read the full article as it could save lives.
The qualification window for the British Summer Championships and Swim England National Summer Meet has been altered following the coronavirus outbreak. Both the British Summer Championships and the Swim England National Summer Meet are, at this time, still scheduled to go ahead in July. As the spread of coronavirus has led to a number of
Following the lead taken by Swim England in the light of guidance by Government concerning Coronavirus (COVID 19) we have taken the difficult decision to cancel our Championships in April and May. We appreciate that this is going to be disappointing for swimmers, coaches and parents but believe that the safety of our swimmers and
Swim England has cancelled a number of forthcoming events due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The decision has been taken following the Government’s announcement to implement increased social distancing, avoid crowds gathering and carrying out any unnecessary travel. All competitions organised by the national governing body that are scheduled to be held between now and
To help clubs ensure they have good with child welfare procedures Swim England have produce a new edition of Wavepower, their child safeguarding policies and procedures publication. Wavepower must be adopted by all Swim England affiliated clubs and organisations. The latest version and can be viewed below. The aim of Wavepower is to safeguard all
Ray Hedger It is with regret that we have to tell you that Ray Hedger, a long-time member of our swimming community has died. Ray had always had a close connection to water, brought up, as he was, close to the Thames Tideway where his father excelled as an oarsman and he, as a
In light of the current outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Swim England South East has reviewed its current position, and issues the following statement to share information to ensure all possible precautions are taken: For the latest information.
Come and show us your skills at a free, fun taster session with Swim England’s Artistic Swimming coaches.You could be selected for the new Great Britain boys squad, with the chance to be part of the GB Mixed Duet! ALL ages welcome.– Ability to swim confidently in deep water is essential.– Parents and coaches are