Natasha Doole is a fully qualified and highly experienced ASA level 2 swim teacher. Having attended the Rene Descartes University in Paris, she has a BSC in Physical Education (STAPS), specialising in teaching children, has worked in schools as a PE teacher and has recently been appointed as Head of Swimming for North London Collegiate.
Natasha teaches swimming to both children and adults. Having worked with The Borough of Harrow Swimming Club and other local swim schools since 2013, her remit has been to teach swimming to children with special needs, coach pre competitive and competitive squads and impart her swimming knowledge to women’s only classes. More latterly, she teaches on a 1:1 basis and has worked with J9 Swimming over the past two years, teaching children and adults to swim as well as to develop aquatic skills and improve stroke technique. Natasha possesses the necessary skills to teach learn to swim as well as to coach more able swimmers. She has attended a Safeguarding & Protecting Children workshop held by Sports Coach UK and has been NARASTAC qualified.
Peer feedback gives testament to Natasha’s professionalism, motivation and enthusiasm – always giving 100%.
Natasha’s past experience has included working with people with disabilities and promoting “Paris Plage” hosted by the Paris City Hall. Key responsibilities here were to manage a designated area to train and teach young people, children and adults, rules and game strategies. As a qualified sports coach, Natasha has had experience in not only teaching swimming, but also in coaching table tennis, football, basketball, gymnastics and judo.
Natasha is fluent in French, Spanish and basic Italian and lives in Stanmore.