Welcome to the Aberdeen Learn to Swim

We provide safe, progressive, fun swimming lessons to children of all ages.

We work in partnership with Scottish Swimming and the International School, Aberdeen.

On completion, move to Aberdeen Amateur Swimming Club, Fitness training, Water Polo or Lifesaving.


Ross G

Ross G

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Melissa A
Aberdeen LTS is delighted to introduce our new Inclusion program. The program is currently being guided by two of our teachers, Ross and Melissa who are responsible for looking after our swimmers with extra support. As a Learn to Swim Scheme, we aim to be proactive and ensure we build a friendly and welcoming environment for all children. If you have a child with a physical disability or if you have a child who requires assistance when learning, email us and we will arrange a meeting with either of the teachers, who will explain the pathway available.



Your child will receive one to one lessons with their teacher

Disability Specific

Your child will receive lessons which are specific to their disability

Low Ratio

Your child will receive lessons which have a low child to assistant/teacher

Supported Inclusion

Your child will take part in mainstream lessons where extra support can be provided if needed

Full Inclusion

Your child will take part in mainstream swimming lessons


  • Access
  • Space
  • Temperature
  • Age Appropriate
  • Medical Concerns
  • Additional Support
  • Transport
  • Impact on Squad
  • Timings
  • Financial
  • Health and Safety

The Process

  1. Your child's swimming ability will be assessed
  2. They will then be allocated to a class of the appropriate level
  3. Finally, their progress will be tracked using Scottish Swimming's progression chart
  4. Supported in Group Environment or Reduced Number Group

    1-2-1 or Disability Specific

    Additional Equipment

      We have Aquired a changing table thanks to our sponsors at Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AABi) aiming to make the changing process a more comfortable experience for families that need it.


      Aberdeen ASC has been awarded funding from sportscotland to provide free period products for its members. The £100 grant is part of a £50,000 fund awarded to sportscotland by the Scottish Government. The investment will allow people to have access to free period products when they are participating in sport, so people feel included and welcome to take part in club and community sport and no one has to miss out. Jacqueline Lynn, head of school and community sport at sportscotland, said: "Sport has a positive impact on people and communities and sportscotland wants to ensure sport is accessible to all. These grants will help sports clubs across Scotland ensure all members feel included, comfortable and dignified when they take part. “It is important we continue to celebrate female participation across our world-class sporting system and make sure everyone feels they belong and are welcome to participate.”


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