Swim Safe update 27th July 2020:
- Our priority is to ensure that all our participants, volunteers and staff are safe. We have been monitoring the health advice from the UK Government on a daily basis and are acting in line with their guidance.
- We have taken the decision to postpone all Swim Safe sessions until 2021.
- We thank you for your understanding, all you do for Swim Safe and your communities. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are heading to the beach this summer, please be aware that there are fewer lifeguard patrols than normal. For the latest up-to-date information, visit the RNLI's beach safety page.
Give children the skills to enjoy outdoor swimming safely
Children love swimming outdoors - but swimming in the sea, rivers and lakes is very different to swimming in a pool.
Created by Swim England and the RNLI and supported by a range of local partners, Swim Safe teaches children where it's safe to swim, how to float and what to do if they or someone else get in trouble.
Working together to help children swim safely since 2013
Swim England and the RNLI created Swim Safe to help all children grow up with essential water safety skills for life.
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