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User: Marc Watson

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Posted in School swimwear on 2008-04-24 19:24:42

When I was in primary school (3-8 years old) suits where optional for swimming, and hardly anyone, both boys and girls, bothered to wear them, although we always carried them. 99 times out of 100 we all went nude.

Due to time restrictions, we only had an hour each per year per day(Nursery through to Classes 1 to 4), we all found it alot easier and quicker just to strip off for swimming and walk to the pool naked (which was on school grounds). We would only wear suits if we had inspectors! Getting changed into / out of a suit took up about 10-15 minutes per time which thus restricted swimming time. By stripping naked for swimming we had about 50-55 minutes per time in the pool!

Noone was ever embrassed by it, we weren't bothered at all. The school also had a fairly relaxed attitude to nudity! Everyone (boys and girls) where given the option of seperate changing rooms but they were hardly used, everyone changed in the same big classroom.

Posted in School swimwear on 2008-04-24 19:23:59

When I was in primary school (3-8 years old) suits where optional for swimming, and hardly anyone, both boys and girls, bothered to wear them, although we always carried them. 99 times out of 100 we all went nude.

Due to time restrictions, we only had an hour each per year per day(Nursery through to Classes 1 to 4), we all found it alot easier and quicker just to strip off for swimming and walk to the pool naked (which was on school grounds). We would only wear suits if we had inspectors! Getting changed into / out of a suit took up about 10-15 minutes per time which thus restricted swimming time. By stripping naked for swimming we had about 50-55 minutes per time in the pool!

Noone was ever embrassed by it, we weren't bothered at all. The school also had a fairly relaxed attitude to nudity! Everyone (boys and girls) where given the option of seperate changing rooms but they were hardly used, everyone changed in the same big classroom.

Posted in School swimwear on 2008-04-24 14:05:32

When I was in primary school (3-8 years old) suits where optional for swimming, and hardly anyone, both boys and girls, bothered to wear them, although we always carried them. 99 times out of 100 we all went nude.

Due to time restrictions, we only had an hour each per year per day(Nursery through to Classes 1 to 4), we all found it alot easier and quicker just to strip off for swimming and walk to the pool naked (which was on school grounds). We would only wear suits if we had inspectors! Getting changed into / out of a suit took up about 10-15 minutes per time which thus restricted swimming time. By stripping naked for swimming we had about 50-55 minutes per time in the pool!

Noone was ever embrassed by it, we weren't bothered at all. The school also had a fairly relaxed attitude to nudity! Everyone (boys and girls) where given the option of seperate changing rooms but they were hardly used, everyone changed in the same big classroom.