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Sylvestrian Leisure Centre
Forest School, College Place, London, E17 3PY
020 8509 6526
£76.50 per term
21-Feb-15 to 21-Feb-17
Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun, 5pm-6pm Mon-Fri; 8.30am-1pm Sat; 8.30am-2pm Sun, Various Timeslots
Sylvestrian is a thriving leisure centre at the heart of Forest School. We are located in Snaresbrook, North East London and it offers members and casual users a wide range of facilities including swimming pools, fitness studio & gym, powerplate technology, sports hall, cricket suite and aerobic studio.
We offer a fantastic children's swimming programme, with classes available 7 days a week.
We take children from the age of 2 years right through to 16 year olds. We offer parent and child classes (Aqua Tots) for our 2-3 year olds, Starfish classes for 3-4 year olds and Octopus 1 classes for children aged 4 years and over.
Our swimming programme progresses through the Octopus, Goldfish, Angelfish and Shark series for our advanced swimmers and then on to Bronze, Silver and Gold where swimmers swim for 60 minutes each lesson.
We offer Lifeguard courses for swimmers aged 16 years plus.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
For some reason my user name is not right and as it is posted above the first review of Cathall, it looks as if I am agreeing with the Sylvestrian post, which I am not butI am agreeing with the Cathall one. Don't know why it is putting the same user name as this is not my user name.
Totally agree with the above.
Actually the local borough does brilliant swimming lessons at reasonable prices and with discounts for those on lower incomes. All four of my children learnt at Cathall Lesuire Centre and they could all swim perfectly by the age of 10. Better than most adults! They also have a swimming club. Three of mine went on to learn diving at Waltham Forest Diving Club at Pool & Track, again they loved it. There are structured ability classes, badges , certficates and they can do life saving. 5***** For Cathall Leisure Centre
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