We are taking enrolments for Babies' Swim Classes in Edgecliff NOW! It is not too late to enrol! We will take new students until the 2nd week of Term 4. Call now 02 9362 1496 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to celebrate the warm weather and ease our mind this summer at KICK Learn to Swim where we focus on water safety all year long!!
Float, glide, kicks and arm strokes are the foundation of swimming, and at Kick Learn to Swim we go further. We teach water safety skills during each and every lesson all year long, so your child learns ways to be safer in and out of the water – and it becomes second nature. Our instructors use integrity, compassion and trust to teach children things like breath control, humpty dumpties and back floats…which are the key blocks of safety swim skills. These special skills are so important and very useful in the summertime (Beach and Pool season!!) and we want to make sure that every single kid knows how to use them if necessary. Stay safe in or around water kids!
We are taking enrolments for Term 4 NOW! It is not too late to enrol! We will take new students until the 2nd week of Term 4. Call now to book in for your child's assessment! 02 9362 1496 or email@example.com
1. Tell your child that you like to watch them swim.
Don’t coach or critique their performance.
2. Remember that the sport belongs to your child.
Let them take ownership and responsibility for their success.
3. Make the atmosphere and experience fun.
Don’t pressure them with unrealistic expectations or compare them to other swimmers.
Olympic Swimming Used To Be For Men Only
Swimming has been an Olympic sport since 1896 but it wasn’t until 1912 that women started to participate in this competitive sport at the Olympics.
We have created some fun & colourful cards to help parents & children know what is being worked on in each level. From Term 4, all students will receive a card for the level that they are enrolled in. These cards can be used to help encourage the young swimmer to work hard at completing each task.
Keep the card on your fridge or bring it along - it is up to you.
The youngest worldchampion was 14.
Ian Thorpe won the 400m men’s freestyle at age 14.