Swim camps

How it Works?

Diana’s Swim Academy offers Swim Camps for children from 3.5 years of age upwards. Swim Camps are suitable for total beginners to swimmers looking to perfect their stoke technique, build their endurance or increase their speed in the water. Condensing 5 weeks’ swimming learning into a short timeframe, Swim Camps are an intense, growth-orientated course of swimming classes.

As swim lessons are every day for 4 or 5 days in a row (4 days in weeks with Bank Holidays) children make fantastic progress in a single week. Learners are grouped according to their swimming ability and our Swim Camps have a small teacher student ratio so each child also gets a lot of individual attention.

Each lesson is made up of intensive swimming lesson and water games. Depending on the child’s ability, vital swimming skills (e.g. sculling water, treading water, jumping and diving into the pool, collecting sinkers from the bottom of the pool) are safely learned in a fun, games-centred environment.

Please note that a minimum of four children is required to run each Swim Camp.

Contact us for full details. Find out everything you need to know to be ready for Swim Camp here.


You could see the children grow in confidence each day and that confidence was built on by the instructor to help them progress to the next stage. Very well done.

I cannot recommend Diana’s Swim Academy highly enough. Having both experience with swim lessons and swim camps both are to an equally high standard. My daughters both thoroughly enjoyed their week at swim camp. It was fantastic to see the progress that they made. The focus in the lessons was on high quality teaching and learning but also on enjoyment. The end of week certificates are a lovely touch and have pride of place on our fridge. Thanks so much to Diana and her team for their dedication. We'll be back!”

I saw fantastic progress in both confidence and abilities of both my daughters this week. Their swim instructors tailored the lessons to their abilities.

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