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The Water Babies Journey

We take babies from birth – and you’ll be astonished by what they can achieve! They’ll have great fun while all the time building their confidence and independence in the water.

  • Baby Swimming

    Bonding, safety, confidence, strength, co-ordination, learning skills, wellbeing… we’ve loads of great reasons to get splashy!


Watery Photo Shoots

When it comes to underwater baby & toddler photography, nobody does it better than us!

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Take a peek at our little swimming stars, and imagine how incredible your own little one could look!
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What People Say

  • Joan & Esme

    Taking our daughter Esme swimming at only 10 weeks old was quite daunting, especially because she was born 5 weeks premature. We never regret it! It's the best thing we did and we strongly believe it has helped her development. We will never forget our Water Babies experiences and teachers!

    Joan & Esme South West
  • Rachel & Betty

    We love Water Babies! Even though Betty went through the wobbles for a fair few months, we persisted and she's come out the other side loving it even more and super confident!

    Rachel & Betty Devon

Latest From Our Blog

Clearing up the confusion around drowning
Clearing up the confusion around drowning

We all know the most basic definition of drowning: suffocation due to being underwater and unable to breathe. But in recent years there have been a number of stories in the press relating to other drowning-related terms that have understandably caused concern in parents. We asked Kate Evans, a former A&E registrar who now teaches Water Babies classes across Cornwall and South Devon, as well as sitting on our medical panel, to explain the differences between wet drowning, dry drowning, near drowning and secondary drowning to try and clear up any confusion and put your mind at rest. What's… Read more

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Una Healy discusses Water Babies & Splashathon on national TV!
Una Healy discusses Water Babies & Splashathon on national TV!

Today we made a little bit of history as the lovely Una Healy, our ambassador for this year's Splashathon, opened up about her postnatal depression on national TV, and how swimming with Water Babies helped her through the experience. If you're going through postnatal depression and would like advice or guidance, you can find some useful organisations here. To find out more about Splashathon click here.

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