All children over 5 years old are required to book in for an assessment. This is short and sweet, approximately 15 minutes with an instructor in the water with your child. We need to do this to ensure your child is put into the correct level to avoid embarrassment, your time and money. The assessor’s decision is final. We are experienced swimming teachers and have been trained to notice things that you will not. We will make an expert decision on what level your child is in to ensure their progress is going to go smoothly.
Please contact the office on 9427 1770 or email@example.com to book in an assessment
Children under 3 years old go straight into the age appropriate infant aquatic class. Check out or infant aquatic levels here.
Fill out the contact us form at the bottom of this page to start a conversation, or call us to book in for your assessment today.
- BOOKING IN
Now that you know what level your child is in, Click here to view our class schedule.
We can book you into your class over email, however we will require payment to secure your spot. You can pay via credit card, direct deposit or cash when you book in after your assessment, or we can take credit card payment over the phone.
- MEDICAL INFORMATION
It is very important you inform us of allergies, learning difficulties, or medical conditions. Please discuss this with customer service staff prior to the first lesson.
- FIRST LESSON
First lessons can be a scary first step for the little ones. We suggest talking to them about their lesson prior to coming to the pool, and on the day of their first lesson come in 15 minutes early and watch a class with their assigned teacher to see that it is in fact fun! You can bring their favourite toy to watch them swim form the side to help engage them in the lesson. If your child continuously cries, it is sometimes better if you are not around. It may be hard, but giving them a kiss and telling them you will be back after class and leaving the pool area or hiding behind a pole actually works a treat. We don’t want you to go far, just out of sight (out of mind).