Free Access To Swim England Expected Standards Videos

Swim England is making a ‘fantastic resource’ free of charge to swimming teachers for a limited time.

The National Governing Body’s Expected Standards videos have already been viewed more than 46,000 times by those delivering the Swim England Learn to Swim Programme.

More than 100 on demand films showing the expected standards learner swimmers should reach on each stage of their swimming journey are now available to view for free.

Geoff Wade, of GoGateshead, said: “The Swim England Expected Standards Videos are a fantastic resource to ensure consistency of assessment standards across our team of teachers. They’re also available on the teacher tablets so learners can be shown exactly what they need to do. Great for those skills which are hard to demonstrate from poolside.”

Each film features the individual outcomes in the Swim England Learn to Swim Framework, Stages 1 to 7 and each outcome for the Swim England Aquatic Skills Framework Stages 8 to 10 Swimming.

All the learners in the clips are learning how to swim and are working towards, or have recently passed, the Stage they are in.


Each video is accompanied by audio commentary and written text which explains what is being seen on the screen in more detail.

To take advantage of this free offer, email learntoswim@swimming.org and you’ll receive a VIP code and instructions on how to redeem this on Vimeo on Demand.

For more information about our Swim England Expected Standards videos, and how to access them, visit the FAQs page.

Existing customers will be pleased to hear that three new school swimming videos have just been added as bonus feature material, to help anyone delivering national curriculum swimming lessons.

Fresh new Pre-School and Water Safety Award content is also set to be added in the near future.

The offer is only valid until Friday 24 Apri 2020.



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Published
31.03.2020