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Splasher Sprites

Splasher sprites is where you can progress to from Baby Sprites stage. It is here in Splasher Sprites that the baby’s continue to explore the water both on top and below the surface.

We develop the holds that were introduced in the Baby Sprites Level and see both parents and child’s confidence and love of water flourish. We use mirroring as a tool to enhance the child’s natural brain development and strengthen their bonds between baby and their carer. At this level safety skills learned in the Baby Sprites stage will be cosoldidated.

Ages:

6-12 Months

The Watersprites Team

Liz

Manager

Emma

Swimming Teacher

Rachel

Swimming Teacher

Hollie

Swimming Teacher

Michelle

Swimming Teacher

Emily

Swimming Teacher

At Water Sprites, we want you and your baby to feel completely comfortable at the pool. We were sad to learn that a recent survey reported 1 in 2 mothers are put off taking their child swimming due to fear of getting into a bathing suit. Water Sprites is a welcoming, body-positive space where you can bond with your baby, judgement free.

Our courses are run in clean, private pools where the water and air are always heated to at least 30°C, in accordance with advice from the STA. The calm, intimate atmosphere means teachers and parents don’t have to compete with general noise or feel conscious of other swimmers. Our changing rooms are always clean and empty too!

All baby and toddler swimming lessons follow school term times. We will send you a list of the term dates on enrolment.

The cost per swimming lesson is £12. The cost for the full term is paid upfront in one instalment when you enrol. Our prices are very competitive compared to other baby and toddler swimming lessons in the area.

To book on any of our baby, toddler or independent swimming lessons in Lincolnshire or Newark please contact Liz via e-mail on liz@watersprites.co.uk to start your little Water Sprite on their magical swimming journey today!

Swimming is a life skill. It’s the only sport which can save your child’s life. Knowing you’re doing your best to equip your child with lifesaving skills can be a real comfort. What seems like just a fun swimming lesson can actually be a huge investment in your child’s future.