Meet the Team

All our teachers are ASA or STA qualified with NPLQ Lifeguard or National Rescue Awards.

Chiggy Little
Owner and Instructor

After 25 years teaching, in schools and then in the water, I am now a fully qualified Solution Focused Therapist. I will be teaching adult 1-1’s and covering lessons when teachers are unavailable and continue to manage the pool.

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Jess Edwards

Jess has been assisting Brad since July 2020 and is a fully qualified level 2 ASA instructor. She is excited to have the opportunity to run her own classes. Jess has been a competitive swimmer and is confident with all ages and abilities

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Amy Gundry

Amy has been assisting at the Dragon pool since she first went in the water to help her brother Sam gain confidence in his lessons 2 years ago. She is wonderful with the younger children and gaining confidence in every area. We can’t wait for her to turn 16 in order for her to qualify as the most experienced swim teacher ever.

Connie Little

Connie is a very energetic and confident teacher currently studying for a degree in Marine Biology. In the holidays she will be helping out with events days and intensive courses.

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Tracy Marr
Manager & Instructor

Tracy is a lover of swimming and anything swimming related! Her life revolves around her passion for teaching and love of kids. Tracy will be joining us from South Africa where she was 9 times masters gold medallist and holder of the South African record for the 50m freestyle. She is also a personal trainer.

Ross Sheppard

Ross teaches a few class lessons but he specialises in teaching  1-1 lessons on a Sunday morning. He is particularly enjoys teaching nervous swimmers, both adults and children.

Piran Little

Piran is the newest member of our team, he teaches 1-1 lessons on a Sunday and provides cover work for other instructors. He is currently studying Maths and Aeronautical Engineering at college with the ambition of becoming a Royal Navy Helicopter pilot.

Bradley Seagar

Brad has joined the Royal Marines but we hope to see him back from time to time for special 'one off' courses, using his new training (not for the faint hearted) !