Make a Splash is a groundbreaking programme delivered by Total Swimming with the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) as part of the Mayor of London's Olympic Legacy programme. This is designed to ensure a lasting legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, with the aim of ensuring Londoners benefit from inspirational projects that significantly increase participation in sport and physical activity, as well as using sport to tackle social issues. Make a Splash is also generously supported by funding from MWB Business Exchange and Variety Club, with water provided by Thames Water.

 The Make a Splash project in Merton was made possible by funding from PRO-ACTIVE South London, which aims to improve the health and well being of South Londoners through sport and physical activity. The pool been kindly hosted and partly funded by Harris Academy Merton.
 The pool will be open to the local community for just £2 per session. These sessions include:
  • ·         Swimming lessons
  • ·         Fun family sessions
  • ·         Water Polo
  • ·         Women only sessions
If you would like more information please visit 
To book a session please call 0844 736 9047
In addition to this several local primary schools in the Mitcham Cluster, Cricket Green School and Bishopsford Arts College will be joining Harris students on site to make the most of this fantastic opportunity which seeks to help children learn how to swim for FREE during the school day.
The official launch will be during the week commencing 6th February and will be attended by an Olympian.
We would like to thank Harris Academy Merton, Make a Splash London, PRO-Active South London and the Mayor of London's Olympic Legacy Fund for providing this opportunity for children in Merton.
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