Baby Swim Lessons
We are very pleased to introduce our brand new baby swim programme....
Swimming is a life skill that we believe everyone should learn. Lucky enough babies have spent the last 9 months being in a familiar water environment so we feel we should start them young before that comfort disappears. Our Swim Start programme is suitable for babies aged from 6 months right up to 3 years and is a great entry into our preschool swim programme.
Here we follow the STA framework and will offer a structured programme for both babies and their adults. Our progamme will touch on motor skills, activate their sensory awareness and communication which should be pretty natural for your babies as water is proven to be very therapeutic.
We have two levels starting from 6 months up to 18 months with our main aim being parent & water confidence. Our second level is suitable for children aged from 18 months – 3 years, with our main aim being improved water independence.
You will both benefit from the bond you will create together throughout our programme and as adults you will feel more comfortable with the transition as they enter our preschool program without you.
Our terms will typically run in line with the Warwickshire schools term timetable.
Monday 14:00 - 14:30 6 - 18 months | Monday 14:30 - 15:00 18 months - 3 years
Dates: Monday 10th September - Monday 17th December 2018
Exclusion Dates: Monday 29th October 2018
For our first term, you will receive the first lesson absolutely FREE meaning rather than paying full price of £105.00 you will pay our OFFER PRICE of £97.50.
Dates: Monday 14th January - Monday 8th April 2019
Exclusion Dates: Monday 18th February 2019
Term Price: £90.00
Enrolment Opens Monday 3rd December 2018
What should my child wear?
Your child should wear swimwear to your preference. Within this programme babies are welcome to wear wetsuits from extra warmth. We do also have a double nappy policy.
Will my baby or child be wearing armbands?
We will introduce armbands during the programme to assist with discovery and awareness.