Direct Debit Swimming Lesson Price List for Summer 2021 Price List Direct debits are collected on or around the 15th day of each month. Each term the amount collected varies depending on the number of weeks. To work out the direct debit amount we work out the cost per lesson multiplied by the number of weeks, divided by number of months in the term. Lesson's commenced for the summer term on the 10th May. If paying by direct debit, the summer term will be split over June and July. Class Member - Direct Debit June & July 2021 Non Member - Direct Debit June & July 2021 Member - per lesson Non Member - per lesson Parent & Baby 11 weeks = £44.00 11 weeks = £49.50 £8.00 £9.00 Parent & Toddler 11 weeks = £44.00 11 weeks = £49.50 £8.00 £9.00 Group 11 weeks = £46.75(some class still postponed until mid-June) 11 weeks = £52.80(some class still postponed until mid-June) £8.50 £9.60 Adult 9 weeks = £38.252 lessons missed (started w/c 24th May) 9 weeks = 43.202 lessons missed (started w/c 24th May) £8.50 £9.60 Rookie cancelled for the summer term cancelled for the summer term Pre-Comp 10 weeks = £65.001 lesson missed (some class still postponed until mid-June) 10 weeks = £70.001 lesson missed (some class still postponed until mid-June) £13.00 £14.00 One to One POSTPONED UNTIL MID JUNE POSTPONED UNTIL MID JUNE £15.00 £17.00 Bridging 11 weeks = £13.75 11 weeks = £22.00 £2.50 £4.00 One to One Swimming Lessons Our one to one swimming lessons are for disabled children. They run at various times throughout the week. Please email us to find out more! Frequently Asked Questions General questions Current Pupils Terms and Conditions Swimschool terms and conditions Safeguarding Policy Statement We will endeavour to safeguard children in our care by: Adopting child protection guidelines through play scheme procedures and a code of conduct for staff and volunteers. Sharing information about child protection and good practice with children, parents and carers, staff and volunteers. Sharing information about concerns with agencies who need to know, and involving parents and children appropriately. Following carefully the procedures for recruitment and selection of staff and volunteers. Providing effective management for staff and volunteers through supervision, support and training. We are also committed to reviewing our policy and good practice at regular intervals. Aspire play schemes are registered and inspected by OFSTED under the Children's Act 1989. Aspire also recognises the Human Rights Act of 1998 and The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.