Swimming Lessons in Livingston
Bannatyne Health Club Livingston is one of the best venues in the area for your child to learn to swim, the 20m heated swimming pool which is 1.2m deep throughout the pool is located within a first class health club facility. You can relax and unwind in the café bar area whilst watching your childs lesson from the viewing window.
A fantastic aspect of the club is the 3 spacious family changing cubicles each with their own shower and dry changing area, in addition to the family changing area is the main male and female locker rooms.
The club also has a large carpark which is free to use. The venue is located just 4 miles from Livingston town centre and within the Kirkton Campus business park just off of Rosebank roundabout on Charlesfield Road.
We're proud to be teaching children all over Scotland to swim each week, providing them with the best learn to swim journey possible. With only six children per class, this means we can avoid overcrowding, and ensure that each child learns and develops in a way that suits them best.
The programme has been written by Olympic Swimmer Becky Adlington, as well as industry professionals that are extensively experienced in teaching kids to swim. It's an experience like no other, with the child's progress always first priority.
You do not need to be a member of Bannatyne Health Club to join SwimStars and attend lessons at the venue.
Address: Charlesfield Road, Adambrae, Livingston, EH54 9FD (map below)
This location makes the venue easily accessible from all surrounding areas of Livingston, West Calder, Seafield, Polbeth, Mid Calder, Kirknewton, Uphall and Broxburn (map below)
Group lessons currently run:
Monday 3.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday 3.30 – 6.00pm
Saturday 2.00 – 4.30pm
In addition to the group lessons which have a maximum of 6 children per group we can also accommodate private 121 and 221 lessons around these times.
Session Details: Your child will learn all 4 competitive strokes throughout their swim journey with us along with various aquatic skills that either compliment the strokes, work towards competitive swimming skills, lifesaving skills or personal survival skills. Elements of these skills and strokes will be taught in a fun and progressive way on a weekly basis and progress will be updated by the teacher via the online portal.
Clothing/Jewellery: Comfortable swimming costume or shorts no longer than knee length, please also bring goggles if your child finds using them preferable. All other equipment and aids will be provided.
Online tracker: Teachers update the progress portal 3 times per term, and you can check up on their progress at any time by logging into your online account by clicking here
What to do when you arrive: Please allow at least 10 minutes from arrival time to the start of your child’s lesson to ensure they have enough time to get changed, use the toilet and be ready on poolside waiting with you at the door of the changing rooms. The instructor will collect your child from you at this point. Once your child is collected by their instructor, you can make your way to the viewing area either in the café. Just before the end of the lesson, parents should make their way back to the changing room door where the teacher will hand the children directly back to you. Teachers are asked not to release children whose parents are not on poolside to collect for the safety of all swimmers.
Venue co-ordinator: Amanda McIlvaney - firstname.lastname@example.org