It is always busy at the beginning of any new term so I wanted to let the dust settle a little before I brought you up to date with our latest staff news!
It is always sad when a member of staff leaves our employment for whatever the reason and lovely Laura decided to go back to teaching foreign children English which she loves doing, and Korrie who worked as a Life Guard at Chesham left to concentrate on her school studies (good for her!) Kasia who worked for us for a short time at Marlow moved and found the journey to the Marlow Club very difficult!
However I am really pleased to announce that we have some amazing (and glamourous!) new staff and would love to share this news with you!
Ed has worked with us for some time now but mainly in a Life Guard capacity at The Marlow Club (although a qualified Instructor!) He had a major operation on his ankle which stopped him from teaching but now is recovering well and it is great to see him in the pool on a Wednesday and Thursday. Ed also teaches at Tylers Green Middle School on a Monday.
‘I enjoy swimming (you would of thought I do enough) and cycling even when the weather is bad, when I’m feeling a bit more lethargic I like to go to the cinema or have people round to socialise’
We are so pleased that Rebecca has joined us to work at Stoke Park.
‘I am an ex-competitive swimmer for Ealing and Harrow Borough. I love teaching and have been doing so for 2 years, alongside creating videos for my YouTube channel! I have the determination to make sure that each individual succeeds and does their best in swimming!’
Lovely Rachel works at Stoke Park Club on a Wednesday and Saturday and you may also have seen her at The Marlow Club on a Saturday!
‘I started swimming lessons as a child which then progressed onto Slough and Eton Dolphins swimming club. At 15 my coach asked me to teach with him and from then I realised swimming teaching is a massive passion for me and haven't stopped. I got my level 1 and then level 2 ASA swimming teachers’ certificates. I have taught all age ranges from parent and baby to adults and have taught children with learning difficulties. Every swimmer is so different so I do enjoy the challenge of being flexible to work with every need of the swimmer’