Our infant aquatic programs teach your child water skills in a safe, fun and stimulating environment
A parent or care giver accompanies each child into the water and participates in the session
They are enjoyable for both the child and parent or care giver
Fun surroundings encourage your child to participate and experiment in the water
Children gain confidence and essential water skills
These skills promote water safety and prepare your child for more structured learning


FOR BABIES NOT YET WALKING:

Games, songs and guided activities stimulate your child's visual tracking skills, hand-eye and hand-foot co-ordination
Physical development is facilitated while developing basic water skills


FOR BABIES WHO ARE WALKING:

Our program’s focus changes with your child’s developmental needs
We encourage independent mobility in the water
Babies develop “dog paddle’ - like swimming movements for basic water safety
Perceptual activities promote co-ordination, socialising and body awareness.
Water safety is taught by encouraging submersion, floating, “dog paddle” and climbing skills.


Swimming lessons are not a substitute for proper barriers and supervision.


The skills learnt, however, do add a significant additional layer of protection.

 

 

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW


Parent or care giver in water

Class size of seven

Not water play but activity based learning to encourage participation

Swim Australia or Austswim qualified teachers


Movement Activates Learning -

Swimming classes for the very young are about so much more than learning to swim (more)..................









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