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Learn to swim

Swimming lessons are an important endeavour for people of all ages. They are a vital life skill that builds confidence, self esteem and respect for water. Lessons contribute to saving lives but also provide an avenue of recreation and fitness for many people living in Australia. For children, swimming lessons are a great place to build friendships and social skills, while undertaking a progressive curriculum that includes stroke skills, safety skills and a pathway to swimming as a competitive sport later in life.

Your pathway to faster and efficient swimming

Junior Squad

Junior Squad members will learn swimming efficiency and technique in all four strokes and Individual Medley. Classes will also teach starts and turns for competition. These swimmers will be encouraged to compete at school, club and local swimming meets.

Barracuda

The class will emphasise endurance for swimming and introduce racing techniques, such as racing dives and turns. This will be extended to introduce racing the Individual Medley. Students will continue to be guided through water safety skills.

Stingrays

Are swimmers who no longer require the assistance of a Water Instructor. These swimmers are learning the basic techniques for proficiency in all four swimming strokes and Individual Medley. Swimmers will also be introduced to correct diving and turning techniques. Students will continue to be guided through water safety skills.

Seals

The class will continue stroke development, turns and dives for all strokes over 25m. Students will continue to be guided through water safety skills.

Swordfish

Swimmers will be engaged in learning to become an independent swimmer in all four strokes. Students will continue to be guided through water safety skills.

Swimmers will be engaged in learning to become an independent swimmer in Freestyle and Backstroke. Introduction of water safety skills will commence at this level. 

Flying Fish

Youth Fitness

Swimmers will be engaged in learning experiences that develop foundation skills in all four strokes, Individual Medley, starts, turns, finishes and diving. Swimmers will also learn how to be a participant in a relay team.