Learn to swim
Welcome back to Maitland Aquatics, our swimming lessons have reccomenced and bookings are now required for Term Four. To ensure you, your child and our people are kept safe while visiting our facility, below is information you will need to know prior to your child returning.
- Please see Swim School Office when you arrive for your first lessons and pick up a copy of our COVIDSafe Protocols and fill in COVID-19 declaration form
- Showers and change rooms are not available
- One toilet for each gender is open
- We would prefer just one parent/carer per child, to attend lessons
- Whenever possible, we request that non-swimming siblings don’t attend classes.
- Paid in Full accounts have had credits applied from lessons scheduled between 18 March 2020 to 9 April 2020. Account balance to be settled 12 October 2020.
- Direct debit accounts will have their first debit on 8 October 2020
- If you have not yet received a new direct debit form, please contact the Swim School Office on 02 4933 5073 or email email@example.com as a booking cannot be confirmed until the form is received.
- If you wish to redeem an Active Kids voucher, please submit to our office before 1 October 2020.
Learn to swim classes
Join in the fun, professional and affordable swimming lessons for children and adults at Maitland Aquatics
Wonder is the water familiarisation component of the Swim and Survive program, designed specifically for children aged 6 to 36 months. Wonder is a child centred program which is taught with parent or carer and child together in the water.
Courage is the water confidence component of the Swim and Survive program, and is designed for children aged 3 to 5 years. Courage is fundamental to the development of basic foundation skills in swimming, survival and water safety, as is a positive attitude towards learning these essential skills.
Active is the Swimming and Water Safety component of the Swim and Survive program, and is designed for children aged 5 - 14 years. Active is used to emphasise that the skills learnt in the program not only save lives, but provide a foundation for participation in a range of aquatic recreation, fitness and sporting activities.
Development classes include the content provided in the top two Awards of the Swim and Survive Program as well as beginning to refine each of the four competitive strokes and introduces swimming techniques such as starts, finishes and turns.