- Scott Hall Rd
- LS7 3DT
- Tel:262 3942
Scott Hall Leisure Centre
About the venue
Sports Hall, bodyline gym, 3 squash courts, 2 pools large and small, conference room, activity room, lounge bar area. Phone for opening times.
How to get there by bus.
Click on the bus numbers below for timetable details.
Events being held at Scott Hall Leisure Centre
Big Splash Family Swim
We've joined forces with British Swimming and the BBC to deliver the Big Splash and inspire the nation to swim. Our Big Splash family swimming sessuibs gace a range of exciting equipment suitable for children (and adults) of all ages such as water polo games, floating island, teddy boards, sinkers, fish sets and balls. It's family swim with a splash, a session for all ages with a range of equipment to put the fun back into swimming. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Remember adults, you too must be accompanied by children. Check out your local lesiure centre swim timetable to find out what time the sessions are: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/pages/classes.aspx?cLt=51more details...
Our group exercise classes are enjoyable and fun and suit all from ages 14+ to adults and abilities with over 400 to choose from. Search our classes and activities database to find out what is available in our leisure centres. http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/Pages/Classes-and-activities.aspxmore details...
Junior gym and fitness
Our gyms have a range of state of the art cardiovascular and resistance equipment (many with ipod connections and TV screens), a selection of free weights as well as core training zones. The gyms vary in size from site to site ranging from 17-stations up to 150-stations. We welcome young people aged 12 and over in our Bodyline gyms. Juniors aged 12 and 13 are welcome into the gym on their own during junior gym sessions. If you’re aged 14 or over, you can now use the gym at any time (excluding Garforth and Fearnville). You will need a gym induction before you can start using the equipment. Inductions take approximately one hour. Inductions are practical sessions so you will need to wear appropriate clothes and footwear to use the equipment. Please contact your local leisure centre to arrange a gym induction. If you are aged 14 or over, you can also go swimming on your own or with your friends and go to any fitness class without an accompanying adult. We also run a number of junior fitness classes and gym sessions specifically for our younger customers. Times and age restrictions are site specific so please check the individual centre web page for details. For more details about what you can do at our leisure centres if you’re aged 8 to 18, and how you can get great value for money with a Junior Bodyline membership, please go to our related pages section and click on Junior Bodyline membership. Take a look at your local leisure centres fitness timetable here http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/Pages/Leisure-centres.aspxmore details...
Gym-minis 1-3 years - parents/carers join the children in activities to develop basic motor skills, colour and number identification, speech, social interaction, exploratory play and gymnastics skills. Gymikins 3-4 years - children work without parents and are left with the coaches in preparation for starting nursery or school. To view a full class list of times and days look here: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/Sports/Documents/Pre-school%20class%20list%20April%2014.pdfmore details...
Swimming is an important life skill for any child, and swimming lessons are the perfect way to ensure that they are confident and safe in the water throughout their life. Our lessons follow the ASA National Plan for Teaching Swimming (NPTS), an 'all inclusive programme', designed to take a non-swimmer and develop their skills to achieve their full potential. Lessons are to be booked at the begining of each term. Check out the swimming timetable at your local leisure centre here http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/pages/classes.aspx?cLt=47more details...