Turtle Tots Surrey and North Hampshire
Hi, my name is Nicky and I am the proud owner of Turtle Tots Surrey.
My love of water stem from my childhood in Africa where I was lucky enough to be able to swim most days and participate in lots of water based activities. Swimming was not just a life skill but an essential part of my everyday life and my passion for swimming has remained strong. Being in water with your little ones is such a wonderful bonding opportunity and gives you a chance to relax and enjoy each other company without all the normal day to day distractions. I teach because I want to pass on a valuable lifesaving skill and to pass on the magic of water by providing fun and progressive lessons, and one day you never know but your little Turtle Tot could be the next Olympic Champion!
Turtle Tots Surrey has grown and developed over the years and has an amazing team of teachers. We are all trained (or training) to the highest level possible for our industry (STA level 3 Diploma in Aquatic Teaching for Baby and Pre-school). We all hold the STA Safety Award (lifesaving) for teachers, safeguarding training and are DBS checked regularly.
I'm Nicky and I run Turtle Tots Surrey. I am a fully qualified teacher and love teaching the Turtle Tots Swim Program. I have 2 teenage boys and I love open water swimming, kayaking and cooking.
I'm Viktoria and I have been a Baby and Pre-School swimming teacher since 2015 and worked for Turtle Tots since 2017. I have two lovely daughters (one of them is still a Turtle Tot) and a very talented photographer husband. I love skiing!
I'm Juliet and I have worked for Turtle Tots for 18 months but have been a fully qualified swimming teacher for 15 years in different settings. I have 3 children and love long walks in the countryside and reading a good book!
I'm Vicky, a mum of 3 and have been an STA qualified baby and preschool swimming teacher since August 2018, and I started working for Turtle Tots in Feb 2019. I absolutely love teaching; the most rewarding part for me is watching children progress.