This summer, children will get the chance to learn how to be safe in the Island's waters.
The RNLI and Swim England will be running a series of 'Swim Safe sessions' in Peel.
It'll see trained instructors give children aged 7-14 the opportunity to learn vital water safety skills.
Families are encouraged to book children onto the free sessions after it's estimated 1.8 million children missed out on swimming throughout the 2020/21 academic year due to Covid.
It aims to teach young people how to stay safe in and around open water and what to do if they, or someone else, gets into difficulty.
The sessions will run from 2 August and you can book here.