Our SwimSTARS 1 squad is targeted at children who have completed the 4th level of the Learn to Swim programme and are looking to start club swimming.

Swimmers will then move on to SwimSTARS 2 where the aim is to give them a solid foundation in the four main strokes and introduce them to swimming in lanes.

They will get the chance to experience racing for the first time at our Club Championships and Grand Prix’s

Swimmers progress from Swim Stars into the Potential squad where they’ll get their first taste of competitions at other venues across the west of Scotland. Multiple weekly training sessions will focus on improving stroke technique developing racing skills. 

Swimmers in Age Group will be building on race experience by attending more meets and looking for accepted entries at West District Level.

Swimmers in our Performance Squads can expect the intensity to step up with land-based training sessions as well as work in the water.

Junior Performance swimmers will be looking for regular starts in West District level meets as well as dedicating more time to training.

Senior Performance squad will have ambitions to race at Scottish and British Championships with the ultimate prize being places on the Scottish Swimming youth programmes.

Don’t let the name put you off.  This is club swimming for everyone and anyone and our members range from septuagenarians to Olympic medal winners.

Our Junior Masters Squad is for swimmers aged 14-18 who are looking to either swim for fitness or transition away from our more competitive squads.

Masters swimming does not have to be competitive, although there is always that option.

Our coaches devise sets and organise the lanes appropriate to the level for swimmers who may looking to improve their stroke skills, swim for fitness or train for events such as triathlons.


Our synchro section offers proficient swimmers the opportunity to specialise in synchronised and artistic swimming.

Our swimmers compete in competitions at Local, District and National level throughout the year.

Synchronised swimmers develop a high level of aerobic fitness and flexibility. They need to be strong and yet graceful, have stamina and be able to interpret and perform to music