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Learn to Swim All Ages.

Southport / Liverpool / Ormskirk / Wigan / Blackpool Call: 0744 913 5450

Gail Makes TV Headlines!

The Water Whisperer

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The Water Whisperer Gail and her pupils makeTV & other headlines!

Gail believes she had developed her own unique method of teaching a pupil to swim. Gail focuses on concise and easy vocabulary for her pupils, who follow it well. This is shown by her constant results with pupils as young as 2 years old swimming distances as far as 200 meters full stroke, (not doggy paddle.)


Some of Gail's highest achievers over the last few years are:

Chloe Roberts, in just four course at 3 years old learned backstroke, breaststroke and front crawl and swum a quarter of a mile. At four years old Chloe completed her one mile non-stop distance swim. Here is Chloe swimming her three styles at only 3 years old.

This is what ITV had to say about The Water Whisperer Gail Rickett


"Gail Rickett seems to have the magic touch when it comes to teaching children how to swim.


Some of the Southport swim instructor's biggest success stories include Jodie swam a mile aged just four, and five-year-old Leah who swam five miles after just 18 months of lessons.


Parents of her pupils have nicknamed her "The Water Whisperer".


Gail on ITV News & GMTV 24th & 25th August 2014


A swimming teacher from Southport has become known as the "Water Whisperer" because she can make her young pupils swim remarkable distances.


Gail Rickett's taught a two-year-old to swim 20 metre's without armbands. Her lessons have seen toddlers swim more than a mile.


Pupils' parents gave her the moniker of "whisperer", as she convinces youngsters that they "will be able" to swim further. ITV

Tim & Amy were featured in a School Paper recently which circulated all over the North West.

Tim for doing so well on his Four Day, (four hours) learnt to swim course and Amy for

swimming One Mile in one go, a year ago Amy could not swim and in that year Amy has

learnt Breaststroke, backstroke, front crawl, butterfly and completed a Mile Distance Award.

Five Gold Stars to them both.

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