Daisy Duckling

These lessons develop the child’s first water skills.

The children are taught simple survival skills, in the form of treading water and recovery to help prepare them for any incident that may occur in and around water. With the use of buoyancy aids and through play, the children are taught to float, move and become independent in the water. Learning to swim at an early age reduces the chances of your child developing fears, and will build your child’s water confidence.