*** COVID-19 - Squadron Closed ***

As part of their response to the coronavirus threat, Tregoze Primary School have cancelled all external bookings until at least 24th April 2020. This has unfortunately forced us to stand the squadron down until further notice.

With immediate effect, cadets and staff are not to attend TPS on parade nights until advised otherwise by this notice or email.

Squadron staff can still be contacted for all matters by phone/email - refer to the Contact Us page.

All upcoming off-squadron events over the next few months are likely to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak, and updates regarding these events will be communicated via Cadet Portal and email as we receive them.

WO Ley - 17th March 2020

633 (West Swindon) Squadron ATC

Welcome to 633 (West Swindon) Squadron, part of the UK's Air Training Corps. We are a unit of on average 45 Air Cadets - boys and girls ranging in age from 12 to 20 years old, supported by a dedicated team of volunteer staff sharing a passion for new challenges, aviation and adventurous activities.

We parade on Monday and Friday evenings from 7:00 to 9:30pm at Tregoze Primary School, West Swindon. 

See further down this page for articles and social media posts showing what we have been up to lately...

If you are interested in joining our squadron, please feel free to drop in on a parade night, or email the OC for more information - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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On 29th April we had a visit from the Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service to show us the kind of kit and techniques they use to combat fires in different circumstances. The visit started with a tour of the fire engine which they use and all of the equipment they use. One of the most interesting parts I found was how they pumped water and the different hoses that are used. 

When pumping water they can either use the on board pump for smaller fires with less pressure needed or, when more power is needed, they have the ability to use the engine as well. After that we were shown all of the kit used such as the jaws of life that are used for cutting and different nozzles which can be used. Lastly we were shown the air tanks and such which are used when they enter a building, the safety measures they have and techniques used.

This was an incredible visit and has given me a new appreciation for the fire service and all they do.



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