Meet the Team

Our Coaches, Teachers & Helpers


I started teaching in 2006, by chance really! I enquired how to become a Swimming Teacher at the Swim School my eldest son was attending and the rest as they say is history!
I have 3 children, Rhys, Kyra & Max. Rhys and Kyra are good swimmers and Max is getting there!!
This is a passion not just a job.


I have been swimming since I was 4 years old and I have a passion for swimming & sport.
My mum is Michelle the owner of Seachelles Swim School, I became a helper for Mum at the age of 13 years assisting the teachers with the groups.
I have recently qualified as a Level 2 Swim Teacher.


Having competitively swum for my local swimming team from the ages of 9-15, swimming was a huge part of my childhood. My coaches always encouraged me and I made amazing friends within the sport, so when I turned 16, and was old enough to do my teaching qualification, it seemed a natural progression for me. For me, being able to teach swimmers not only a life skill but the sport that I love is very rewarding, especially when you can see the progress that they make during lessons.


I have been swimming most of my life, I have completed my ASA Stage 10 Swimming, Stage 10 Synchronised Swimming & Rookie Lifeguard. I also enjoy most water sports.
I have recently qualified as a Level 2 Swim Teacher and am excited to be given this amazing opportunity to help other people enjoy swimming as much as I do.


I have been swimming since the age of 3 and reached national level in my teens. I had to stop due to injury but love that I have my level 2 and can share my love of water with others. I am a qualified KS1 teacher now and have a 1 year old (who attends parent and toddler sessions with Michelle) but I can't seem to give up the swimming - I have chlorine in my blood!