Splish n Splash Swim school are committed to providing a environment in which everyone who participates in our activities has a safe and positive experience and are protected from harm, regardless of ability, age, gender, religion or disability.
Splish n Splash have a duty of care to safeguarding children and adults whether participating in our activities, coaching, observing or assisting. To ensure this we have in place safeguarding measures to minimise the likelihood of “foreseeable harm” arising.

To achieve this Splish n Splash Swim school will do the following;

– Adopt and implement the most up to date version of Swim England’s WavePower policy. This policy is reviewed by Swim England annually and our guidance will be amended accordingly.

To view the policy, click here. Please also read Splish n Splash’s terms of conditions for specific measures in place to help create a safe, secure environment.

– For all adults working for Splish n Splash, we carry out Safer recruitment checks in line with Swim England guidance, require an up to date Enhanced DBS, and ongoing training to cover safeguarding, Prevent and access to current training CPD to ensure best practice is implemented into all our lessons. Splish n Splash Swim school is committed to ensuring that teaching staff and participants are treated with respect and understanding so that they may participate in any activity without fear of intimidation.  Any behaviour that undermines this is unacceptable.

– Ensure that the individuals who work with children provide a positive, safe and enjoyable experience for children.

– Have a Welfare officer to be the first point of contact for any concerns raised within the premises during our lessons, in a confidential manner and in a way that adheres to Swim England’s WavePower policy. Contact details are listed below.

Welfare Officers

Louise L

Andy D

Welfare Officers can be contacted on our dedicated email

All contact will be dealt with confidentially and taken seriously.

Other contacts

Swim England – SwimLine – 0808 1004001

NSPCC – 0808 8005000

ChildLine – 0800 1111