YOUR LOCAL SWIMMING POOL IN CHESSINGTON
Hook Swim School
Hook Swim School has been training swimmers since 1999 and we’ve been trusted to teach generations to swim. Our family-owned and operated swim school provides the lifelong skills we teach.
Qualified Swimming Instructors
Our professionally qualified swim instructors are here to instil comfort and confidence in the water. They are highly trained and selected for their technical knowledge, coaching skills and ability to teach an enjoyable and safe aquatic experience.
We run our swimming lessons; structured, results-oriented programs that focus on technique and progression to ensure all swimmers achieve their swimming goals. Water safety is at the heart of what we do and we guarantee a clean, happy and safe environment for the whole family.
We also run Crash Courses during easter and summer holidays.
Hook Swim School is located in Hook, Chessington and is easily accessible via both car and public transport.
"My 5 year old son started Hook Swim School in April 2017.
He enjoyed splashing in the water but wasn't very confident.
Now in his second term he is able to swim under water and do a number of strokes in a confident manner.
He enjoys the lessons very much and with small classes the instructor can give their time to each student. A very well run swim school and highly recommend."
""My son has been attending swim lessons for nearly 3 years now at hook swim school and continues to love it.
The teachers are lovely and as such my sons confidence and ability has developed hugely.
Because of this my daughter and I now do baby swim lessons which is not only great for her but a good workout for me too.
"Professional teachers who are caring and attentive. Lovely small groups which are based on ability."
At Hook Swim School we believe swimming should be fun, allowing children to build confidence is vitally important and a key part of their learning.
We also understand that all children are different and learn at different paces, therefore our instructors will work with each child’s individual