BOOKINGS are now open for intensive summer swimming lessons at Wauchope Memorial Pool.
For more than 40 years Sport and Recreation has delivered community-based learn to swim lessons throughout NSW.
Lessons are available for infants, pre-schoolers and primary school children.
Sport and Recreation Project Officer Paul Kelly said Swim and Survive is based on the Royal Life Saving Society’s national industry standard program and is taught by qualified instructors.
“Australians love the water and love swimming and the Swim and Survive program teaches vital water safety and swimming skills, said Mr Kelly.
“Swimming is not only fun and great exercise it is also a potentially life-saving skill Run by the Office of Sport – Sport and Recreation’s Swim amd Survive is an intensive program, with most classes held over eight or nine consecutive days.
“Kids and parents will notice the results that come from the extra practice of a daily program,” Mr Kelly said.
Upcoming Swim and Survive classes will be held at Wauchope Memorial Pool from January 12 – 22, 2015.
Sport and Recreation’s Swim and Survive costs just $48 for infant and preschool classes or $67 for school age classes (sibling discounts available), plus pool entry fees.
For more information and to enrol, phone 13 13 02 or visit the website at: www.dsr.nsw.gov.au.
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