Performance Swimming in Kirklees

Artistic Swimming Information


This page and all the forms are currently being updated.

An Intro to the Club Booklet 2021 is available here. A new members handbook will shortly be published to download. 

Joining BOK Artistic Swimming Club 

If you, or your child, has been invited to join BOK Artistic Swimming Club then congratulations! To make sure that you get the most out of your time with the club, and to keep swimmers safe, please download the following, and complete and sign the forms where indicated:

  • Welcome pack – for information
    • BOK Artistic Swimming welcome letter – Swimmers
    • BOK Artistic Swimming welcome letter – Parents
  • BOK New Members Form – please complete, sign and return
  • BOK Medical Information Form – please complete, sign and return
  • BOK Parents’ Photography Consent Form – please complete, sign and return
  • BOK Volunteer Commitment Form – please complete, sign and return (see Volunteering and poolside rota for further information)

To make sure that everyone can enjoy their artistic swimming safely, we also ask that parents and swimmers, sign and adhere to, the following codes of conduct:

Club fees are paid monthly by direct debit.

If you become a volunteer, official or coach on behalf of BOK Artistic Swimming you will be also expected to sign a Volunteers code of conduct.

Annual Membership Renewal 

Each year, swimmers, or parents if the swimmer is under 16 years of age, must renew their membership.

As part of each swimmer’s BOK membership, we require at least one parent/guardian to become a non-swimming member of BOK . We also need each swimmer’s representative to volunteer for a minimum of two roles within the Club (see Volunteering section below). Members should complete the following forms:

  • BOK Volunteer Commitment Form
  • If you are not already a member of the ASA please complete the ASA Membership Form.

Volunteering and poolside rota

The BOK Artistic Swimming Club is run solely by volunteers. Our coaches are unpaid and give up their own time to help our swimmers to enjoy and reach their potential in artistic swimming.

Monthly fees cover pool hire, team costumes for competition and a small contingency for other costs such as insurance, volunteer training courses and membership for volunteers.

To make sure that the club continues to operate we ask one parent or guardian of each squad member takes on two roles:

  • Club roles – to make sure BOK Artistic Swimming runs smoothly.
  • Competition role – all clubs must provide a number of officials for each event, otherwise our swimmers can’t compete.

You can find out more about the description of roles available. Don’t worry if you have no experience or knowledge of the jobs listed, you’ll be given full instructions and training if necessary. All that’s needed is a willingness to join in and learn.

We also ask that each volunteer takes a turn in helping out on the poolside. It usually works out at 1 x session per half term and involves supporting the coaches on either a Sunday or Monday training night. The most up to date rota is available to download here.

BOK Artistic Swimming Club Kit

You can order BOK Artistic Swimming kit for training and competitions by emailing our Bok Kit Officer, Maddie Agnew on

Club kit includes warm-up costumes, personalised bags, towels, swimming caps, club shirts, shorts and tracksuit top.

Grade Assessment Days 

You can find everything you need to know about Artistic Swimming Grades by visiting our Grades page.

Competition Calendar

You can find everything you need to know about competitions, including dates by visiting our Competitions page.


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