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Stirling High School

Torbrex Farm Road, Stirling FK8 2PA, UK

Additional Information

Open to all


First Visit

Arriving at the venue, swimmers should enter at the main school entrance. The main school entrance may appear closed this is normal.

The staff onsite will then show you to the pool and changing room areas. ​

Changing Rooms:  The changing rooms are open and available to use before and after your lessons. The changing room setup is a open plan, with this in mind we would ask that parents remove bags and clothing between classes.

Identifying your teacher: When attending for your first lesson please notify the class teacher that it is your first visit to the lessons. If you have your welcome email to hand this will help speed the process pool side. This will help the class teacher locate you on the class list. 

Spectating & Viewing

Due to the limited space on poolside viewing is not available at Bannockburn High School. 

There are options to view externally however we appreciate that this would be weather dependant. 

Our lesson coordinator and support teachers will remain on site to help support you swimmer for the duration of the lesson. 


Pick Up & Drop Off

All swimmers should enter poolside via the changing rooms. Please use the blue pool shoe coverings provided or remove outdoor footwear when entering poolside. ​Swimmers will be collected and dropped by the class teacher at the entrance of poolside area. Please note to ensure the safety of all our swimmers we have asked our teaching team to ensure that swimmers are handed over to a responsible adult at the end of each lesson this is regardless of age. Please arrive on time for the start and end of your scheduled lesson to ensure the smooth transition of classes. ​

* All lessons are 30mins in length.

W h a t   t o   b r i n g  

Swim Kit

Swim Shorts: 

We recommend that swim shorts do not pass below the swimmers knee.

Swim Costume:

It is recommended but not essential that swim costumes are one piece.



Goggles are an essential piece of kit during the lessons.


Even if your swimmer does not like goggles we recommend bring a set along to each lesson. 

This will help your swimmer speed through the programme.



All other equipment will be provided poolside for use during the lessons. 

Armbands and other floatation devices are not required for our lessons. 

Our teaching team work with floats and noodles through the lessons to support all swimmers.

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