25th November 2019 — Bournemouth Collegiate School has announced an exciting partnership with Becky Adlington Training to further expand and develop the current swim offering.
Bournemouth Collegiate is home to an excellent sports facility and programme, and is managed by an excellent team of professional staff. The Sport Academy, led by Director Richard Harrison-Poole provides a programme which promotes, enhances and nurtures sporting excellence which a range of coaches diverse with sporting experience,
Richard Harrison Poole explained "I am very much looking forward to seeing this excellent partnership unfold. Working with Becky Adlington Training will mean that BCS is a lead in the South West for fantastic learning, training and qualifications in the swimming world. Providing opportunities is at the heart of education and I feel that this partnership really enhances this."
The values and ethos of Becky Adlington Training and its nurturing approach to training was the driving force in developing a partnership with Bournemouth Collegiate School. With both values and ambitions aligned for excellence, the two organisations are looking to work together to provide opportunities for fantastic learning opportunities, training and qualifications in the South West, as well as an avenue for individuals to develop and continue their love for swimming, to teach, volunteer, be ambassadors for the sport and develop careers in sport and leisure.
Discussing the latest partnership, Becky said: “I’m so excited to have Bournemouth Collegiate School come on board as host partners for Becky Adlington Training and provide opportunities in the South West. We share the same passion for all things swimming and excellence and together we can continue to develop high-quality, fully trained Swim England teachers from our training programme – which has not only been designed to pass on the best professional knowledge, but also our ethos of what makes a great teacher. As well as providing fantastic opportunities for all and inspiring the next generation through the lessons taught and the opportunities for training, volunteering and employment the courses will bring, this is an exciting time for both organisations”.