Liberty Swim School

Ethics and Conduct


Put the well-being, health and safety of members above all considerations including

    developing performance.


Comply with the codes, rules and laws within the guidelines set out by the ASA.


Work without discrimination on the grounds of race, colour, language, disabilities, religion,

    birth or social status as set out in the equal opportunities policy.


Respect the basic human rights, worth and dignity of each member.


Not encourage swimmers, volunteers, staff or parents to violate the rules of the

    Swim School.


Observe the authority and the decisions Swim School Management


Encourage all swimmers to obey the pool rules


Display the highest standards of personal hygiene.


Ensure that all teaching and training are appropriate for the age, ability and experience of  

    the individual swimmer.


The Swim School to be able to present evidence of qualifications on request.


Treat all personal information about individual members as confidential except in

    exceptional circumstances regarding health and safety, medical requirements, disciplinary

    action or in accordance with ASA Child Protection procedures and guidelines.





Sports Equality is about fairness in sport, equality of access, recognising inequalities and

taking steps to address them. It is about changing the culture and structure of sport to

ensure it becomes equally accessible to everyone in society.


The Swim School is committed to everyone having the right to enjoy Swimming in an environment free from threat of discrimination, intimidation, harassment and abuse.