When you need to make your kids at home safe, make sure they’re wearing sunscreen, have a pool timer and that you have enough water in the pool.
So, do these things make you less likely to swim in the pools?
Of course not.
But they do mean that it’s better to do things like wear sunscreen.
If your kids aren’t swimming in the sun, you’ll have to make do with a water cooler or pool chair.
So what about swimming pools for kids?
Well, this depends on the pool you choose.
Here are the five best pools for children (or any age) in the UK.
But, you don’t have to take my word for it: Here are a few pool safety tips from UK pool safety charity Splash.
This year’s UK swimming pool safety campaign will highlight the best swimming pools in the country.
Here’s the list of top pools in each of the UK’s regions.
You can find out which pool is the best in your area here.