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Pre-School swimming Lessons

Our preschool swimming lessons are designed to introduce young children to the water, promote water safety, and build basic swimming skills in a fun and supportive environment.

Age Group: Preschool swimming lessons are typically designed for children between the ages of 3 to 5 years old.

Water Confidence: The primary goal of preschool swimming lessons is to develop water confidence in young children. Activities focus on helping children feel comfortable in and around the water, introduce basic stroke techniques and prepare them for independent swimming lessons.

Parental Involvement: Between the ages of 3 and 4 parents will be required to participate in the water with their preschoolers, this is until Ready Steady Splash teachers think they are emotionally ready for independent lessons. Parental involvement can enhance the child's comfort level and create a positive bonding experience.

Qualified Teachers: Our programmes are always with experienced and fun qualified swim Teachers who specialise in teaching young children. Our teachers have a huge knowledge of child development and effective teaching methods for this age group.

Structured Curriculum: Our preschool swimming lessons follow the swim England learn to swim programme, our lessons make it fun to learn and introduces basic water skills progressively.

Water Safety Education: Water safety is a crucial component of our preschool swimming lessons. Children are introduced to basic water safety rules and encouraged to understand and respect the water in a fun and positive learning experience.

Small Class Sizes: Our classes are small to allow for more individualised attention, creating a safer and more supportive learning environment for preschoolers.

Fun and Games: Our preschool swimming lessons incorporate games and activities to make the experience enjoyable for young children. Playful elements can help keep the children engaged while learning important water skills.

Gradual Progression: Our lessons are designed to progress gradually, allowing children to build on their skills at their own pace. This approach helps prevent overwhelm and builds confidence over time. It's important to understand there is no time frame to learning to swim and it should be when the child is ready with fun and encouragement, no child should ever be forced.

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