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Welcome to Puddle Ducks Dorset!

We’re very proud to be the only independent swim school to provide a complete swimming journey from birth to 10 years. Our programmes are continuously designed by leading baby and child swimming experts and are held at pools across Dorset & West Hants (inc. Bournemouth, Poole, Ferndown, Blandford, New Milton, Christchurch and Wimborne).

Please fill out the form below or get in touch if you would like to find out more about your local swimming classes. Our office is open Mon-Fri from 9:30am-3pm.

Natalie, Carmen & Mandy are there to answer all your questions!


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Hi! I'm Jane, my passion for baby and child swimming began when my eldest son Jack and I started attending lessons when he was just nine weeks old.  From day one it became the highlight of our week, a special bonding time that surprisingly I enjoyed as much as him!

Thanks to the incredible Puddle Ducks programme, both of my children were able to swim at least 5m before they started school, but more importantly, they have a huge amount of respect for the water, absolutely LOVE swimming and can swim more gracefully and beautifully than most adults! 

I've often been asked to define our unique approach to baby swimming and it’s actually easy; child-led. It’s what we’ve always done. Our babies and children have always been at the centre of everything we do.

I am extremely proud to be part of the amazing and nationally recognised Puddle Ducks swimming programmes and to be bringing them to children and mums-to-be in our local area. I do hope to welcome you to our lessons soon!

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