Children in Cumbria have taken part in Swim Safe sessions teaching them on how to stay safe when swimming outdoors.
It is part of a national programme by Swim England and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).
Children taking part are between the ages of seven and 14.
The sessions take up to an hour and are run by qualified teachers and lifeguards.
They cover what to do when in trouble and where is and is not safe to swim. They are open to children who already know how to swim up to 25 metres.
Started in 2013, 18,000 Swim Safe sessions have taken place all over the country and more will be taking place over the summer.