Swimming courses stage progression
The level where the kids from 2-5 years old get the confidence in the water and learn the core skills needed to learn four strokes through fun and games. *The parent assistant is required in the pool
Developing the fundamentals of movement skills for participants from 5 years old, and teaching them to swim using three different strokes front crawl, breaststroke and backstroke.
Special level for those who passed penguin level and want to go further with swimming and build the future around it to master the 4 strokes with the right techniques.
1- Enter and exit the pool safely
2- Blow bubbles in the water.
3- Splash feet at water’s surface with support
4- Walk in different direction through the water unaided
5- Push and glide on the front
6- Crawl kicks for at least 2 meters with keeping the head in the water
7- Perform a star floating position on front or back
8- Travel on the back with assistant
9 – Holding the breath under the water for at least 3 seconds
1 -Enter the water from poolside and getting in and back safely
2- Blowing bubbles with face submerged
3- Jump from the poolside with hand support
4- Travel on front (Breaststroke or front crawl kicks) for 5 meters with keeping the head in the water and bubbling under the water (the assistance could happen)
5- Travel on the back for 5 meters without help
6- Picking up a submerged object by submerging a head
7- Treading the water
8- Holding breath under the water for at least 5 seconds
1- Answer 2 questions on poolside rules
2- Holding the breath under the water for at least 5 seconds
3- Jump or step from the poolside, tread water, and swim to poolside
4- kicks front roll onto back and continue swim in total 5 meters
5- Picking up a submerged object from 1.5 meter deep
6- Swim 3 meters breaststroke
7- Swim on the back to the poolside and stop without help
8- Demonstrate front crawl arm action
Developing safe entries into the water, including jumping in, basic floating, travel and
unaided rotation to regain upright positions. Swimmers may use floatation equipment,
e.g. noodles, discs, etc.
1- Enter and exit the water safety
2- Give examples of two pool rules
3- Making bubbles in the water
4- Be comfortable with water and putting the face in the water
5- Push and glide in flat position on the front and on the back
6- Travel on front with kick only for at least 5 meters with submerged head
7- Travel on the back for 5 meters without support
8- Perform a tuck floating and hold for 3 seconds
9- Jump from the poolside safely
10- submerge to pick up an object in 50 cm deep
Developing safe entries including submersion, travel up to 10 metres on the front and
back, progress rotation skills and water safety knowledge.
1-Jump in from poolside and submerge
2- Travel 5 meters on the front, perform a tuck to rotate onto the back and return on the back
3- Fully submerge to pick up an object
4- kick 10 meters of backstroke
5- kick 10 meters of front crawl
6- kick 10 meters of breaststroke
Developing an understanding of buoyancy through a range of skills, refining kicking
technique for all strokes, and swimming 10 metres to a given standard as directed by
Swim England. Moreover can reach up to 25 meters of swimming with mixed strokes.
1- Tread the water for at least 30 seconds
2- Dive from the poolside
3- Perform a handstand and hold for 3 seconds at least
4- Swim 10 meters wearing clothes
5- Swim at least 25 meters as one stroke or mixed is an optional.
6- Swim front crawl to include at least six rhythmical breaths
7- Swim breaststroke to include at least six rhythmical breaths
8- Swim backstroke to include at least six regular breaths
9- Give example of 5 pool rules
Developing watermanship through sculling and treading water skills, complete rotation
and also performing all strokes to the given standard as directed by Swim England.
1- Swim 25 meters backstroke
2- Swim 25 meters front crawl
3- Swim 25 meters breaststroke
4- Swim 10 meters butterfly
5- Dive from the poolside and continue swimming
6- Performing all ways of treading water
Developing effective swimming skills including coordinated breathing, developing the
water safety aspects and understanding of preparation for exercise.
1- Swim 50 meters continuously using one stroke
2- Swim 100 meters using minimum of three differents strokes
3- Mastering all ways of treading the water
4- Swim butterfly to include at least three rhythmical breaths
5- perform a surface dive
Developing quality of strokes up to 100 meters, and improving the butterfly swimming up to 25 meters.
Mastering the surface dive and picking up an object in 2 meters deep
All kids below 6 years should learn survival swimming where they save their life from drowning and turn to their backs to keep the air path open and away from water and swim until the poolside.
Learning how to swim is not just the way to keep your child safe; they should learn how to act with the obstacles they could face in the sea or in the pool.
My progressed swimming courses will let your child to understand the techniques clearly and an easy way to focus on one task and get improved in each lesson.
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I prefer not, but I sometimes use it to help my participant to get the buoyancy in the water especially in the first lesson
There is no age restriction to learn swimming, every person has the ability to learn swimming.
Usually after gaining the basic skills, the learner will have the chance to swim in deep water with equipment first.
Maximum of two people in one class
One session takes 30 minutes in private course; and 60 minutes for a pair course.
Thank you for your interest. Register and reserve a spot and I will contact you regarding an available spot.
Call me either directly or send me a WhatsApp message (06766211914)
Towel, plastic slipper, goggle (optional), swimming clothes
Private course 140 euro/6 sessions/30 minutes.
Group course 240 euro/ 6 sessions/60 minutes.
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