Our programs are designed to support swimmers through every stage of their aquatic journey. Experience shows us that results orientated instruction is most effective for progression in the water. For this reason, our structured programs focus on water safety and technique, setting clear goals to help each swimmer advance.
Infant Aquatics – 6 months – 2.5 years
Introduce your child to the water, and instil water confidence in a structured and safe environment.
- Parent and baby class (8 per group)
- Water familiarisation builds confidence and water safety skills such as breathing, paddling and floating.
- Happy environment with songs, colour and repetitive activity to maximise learning.
Preschool Aquatics – 2.5 years – 5 years
Preschool classes develop water awareness, teach basic survival skills and begin independent swimming.
- 4 children per class (parent not required in water)
- Activities include breath control, floating, propulsion and submersion.
- Increased development of water survival skills and independence.
School Age Aquatics: 5 years+
Entry classes focus on water confidence, basic survival skills and independent swimming.
- 5 children per class.
- No previous swimming required.
- As children progress we focus on correct stroke technique, endurance and progression.
Mini-Squad and Aquatic Safety
Emphasis on stroke development and technique as children familiarise themselves with squad sessions.
- Introduction to turns and drills.
- Personal safety in all aquatic environments.
- Refinement of technique and gradual endurance building.
Special Needs Aquatics
Our caring team is qualified to deliver aquatic programs that service a diverse range of customers. We are confident instructing:
- All abilities and ages.
- Diverse cultures and languages.
- Chronic conditions and rehabilitation.
Available for all ages, personal sessions offer one-on-one or two-on-one instruction for maximised attention and learning.
5 great reasons to learn how to swim today
Safety in and around water
Water can be dangerous. All water activities expose a risk to drowning but children are the most vulnerable. Teaching a child to swim at a young age gives them crucial and lifelong water awareness and swimming ability.
Swimming is great for the heart rate. It builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness. If you swim regularly you will maintain a healthy weight, heart and lungs.
Impact free exercise
Swimming is low-impact which means that it’s great exercise for the whole body. The aquatic environment is perfect for people with physical impairment or injury as water is very therapeutic.
A family that swims together stays together! Learning to swim can be great for parent and child bonding time – especially at infant age. Squads can provide healthy competition and there are endless pool games and activities.