Mission Statement




Our aim is to become one of the most highly successful clubs in the region by providing the highest level of teaching and coaching, in a welcoming and safe environment, for everyone from non-swimmer to National level.

How we will do this:

  • Investment in people - The club is committed to training and staff development and each season funds are set aside for this aim. The club is committed to providing the highest level of teaching and coaching.
  • The club will seek to offer opportunities to senior swimmers to get involved in club events and progress into teaching and coaching. The club’s swim school will be the starting point for senior swimmers to work with experienced teachers on a weekly basis.
  • The club will continue to improve the pool space/time it offers to its performance members to enable the club to have more swimmers qualifying for regionals and nationals
  • The club will work in the community. One of the ways this be achieved is through the community section of the club that operates on a Tuesday and Friday evening. The club will also use funds it receives from external organisations to run free swimming lessons for primary school children.
  • The club will build links with local schools. One of our coaches currently teaches gifted and talented children at Villiers Primary School on a weekly basis free of charge.
  • The club is committed to entering a range of open meets, leagues and friendly galas in order to give all swimmers the opportunity to compete regardless of their ability
  • The club will ensure information is communicated to it’s members through email, text, club noticeboard and word of mouth.  The Head Coach will always be approachable.
  • The coaching team and committee will work closely together to ensure that the club speaks with one voice.
  • It goes without saying that the club will continually strive to improve the service it offers year on year in order to become the best that it can be.