LEARN TO SWIM
Learn to swim program
There are five Learn to Swim levels in our program starting at Water Safety and progressing through to Advanced. All swimmers are constantly monitored and once they are able to perform the skills required to progress to the next level they will be assessed and the parents will be notified. Swimmers progress through the levels as their skills and ability improves. As the swimmer attains each level they will receive a certificate of achievement. It is important to keep in mind that learning to swim is a completely individual experience and all swimmers will have varying rates of improvement.
We welcome children from 4 years of age or those turning 4 during the term.
Starfish (Level 1)
For children learning to kick on a board, float in a streamline position and start to perform fundamental safety skills.
Turtles (Level 2)
For swimmers who can perform good kicking and balance skills, and are learning freestyle catch up arms and kicking on their back.
Dolphins (Level 3)
For swimmers who are learning to perform backstroke and bilateral freestyle.
Stingrays (Level 4)
For swimmers who are able to perform backstroke and bilateral freestyle, and start to perform breaststroke kick, butterfly kick and good streamlining.
Sharks (Level 5)
For advanced learn to swimmers learning to perform freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke correctly up to a distance of 25m.
After swimmers have obtained the necessary skills to pass the Advanced level of the Learn to Swim program, they then go into our Crocs squad program starting at Stroke Development Squad and progressing through to our Target Squad.
Term 1 2020
Lessons are conducted by accredited AUSTSWIM Swim Instructors.
Term 1 runs for 10 weeks.
1 lesson per week $160
2 lessons per week $260
Monday- Thursday from 3.15-5.15 pm
Saturdays from 8:00am
We swim on pupil free days but are closed on public holidays.
Due to the high demand for learn to swim classes, we are no longer able to offer make up lessons unless a Doctors certificate is supplied. Prior notification is required if a swimmer is going to miss a lesson. Non attendance at a pre-booked session will still require payment. No credit or make up lessons will be given due to lessons cancelled due to bad weather. Any allocated make up lessons must be completed in the current term.