About SwimTastic Swim School
 
 
Areas of Importance:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The benefits of swimming are endless, and
your child should learn to swim as early as
possible. From a safety aspect, swimming is
the only sport that can save your child's life.
In fact, drowning is still one of the most
common causes of accidental death in
children,so being able to swim is an essential
life-saving skill. Also, besides being fun for
people of all ages, there are many health
benefits. Swimming strengthens the heart and
lungs, improves strength and flexibility, increases
stamina, and even improves posture and balance.
   
 
 
 
Babies can be introduced to
swimming as early as 6 months
old. This is when their immune
system is developed enough
to cope with most germs.
 
 
Only qualified swimming
instructors, who are also
trained in CPR, should
udertake the teaching
of infants and toddlers..
 
A careful, gradual
introduction must be carried
out in order to prevent a long
-term fear of water.
 
Submersion of babies
younger than 6 months
old is not advocated.
 
 
 
• Limited Classes
• Parent & Baby Classes
• Beginner & Intermediate Classes
 
 
   
 
   
 
 
The water temperature for
babies younger than 4 months
old cannot be below 32oC, and
31oC for babies older than 4
months. The water must not be
below 28oC when teaching
infants/toddlers to swim.
 
Babies must be taught in a
heated pool that is not
exposed to the elements,
being  sun, rain and wind.
 
The ideal class size for babies
is no more than 6 pupils - we
prefer less in a class.
     

 

 

 

 

 
About SwimTastic Swim School
 
 
Areas of Importance:
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
The benefits of swimming are endless, and
your child should learn to swim as early as
possible. From a safety aspect, swimming is
the only sport that can save your child's life.
In fact, drowning is still one of the most
common causes of accidental death in
children,so being able to swim is an essential
life-saving skill. Also, besides being fun for
people of all ages, there are many health
benefits. Swimming strengthens the heart and
lungs, improves strength and flexibility, increases
stamina, and even improves posture and balance.
   
 
 

 
Babies can be introduced to
swimming as early as 6 months
old. This is when their immune
system is developed enough
to cope with most germs.
 
 
Only qualified swimming
instructors, who are also
trained in CPR, should
udertake the teaching
of infants and toddlers..
 
A careful, gradual
introduction must be carried
out in order to prevent a long
-term fear of water.
 
Submersion of babies
younger than 6 months
old is not advocated.
 

 
 
• Limited Classes
• Parent & Baby Classes
• Beginner & Intermediate Classes
 
 
   
 
   
 

 
The water temperature for
babies younger than 4 months
old cannot be below 32oC, and
31oC for babies older than 4
months. The water must not be
below 28oC when teaching
infants/toddlers to swim.
 
Babies must be taught in a
heated pool that is not
exposed to the elements,
being  sun, rain and wind.
 
The ideal class size for babies
is no more than 6 pupils - we
prefer less in a class.