Kid Swimming Lessons
Don’t become an All-Study-No-Sport kid!
Life is better and fun with SWIMMING.
Research shows that regular swimming increases oxygen delivery to brain. By having a good time swimming, your child will be able to focus on daily activities and study more efficiently! This is the secret of champion kids.At Happy Fish, we believe that learning to swim should promote lifelong skills and be fun! We love to swim, and our goal is to teach our students to love it too!
Today, swimming is regarded as an essential skill and is included as part of the national curriculum. One of the most popular sports in the country, it may be executed for recreational purposes, as a competitive activity or for more adventurous purposes such as swimming in open waters.
National SwimSafer Syllabus
Our kids’ swimming lessons kids are designed according to the Singapore Sports Council’s SwimSafer syllabus, starting from Stage 1,2 & 3 to Bronze, Silver and Gold! Each stage is designed to help children in developing graceful swimming skill and life saving skill.
Learn To Swim Progression Chart
SwimSafer Stage 1
Read more – SwimSafer Stage 1
SwimSafer Stage 2
Read more – SwimSafer Stage 2
SwimSafer Stage 3
Read more – SwimSafer Stage 3
SwimSafer Stage Bronze
Read more – SwimSafer Bronze
SwimSafer Stage Silver
Read more – SwimSafer Silver
SwimSafer Stage Gold
Read more – SwimSafer Gold
|Beginner||New (6 Jun’15)|
|Sun 10.00am||Beginner||New (5 Jul’15)|
|Sun 11am||Beginner||New – 14 Jun’15|
|Beginner||New (21 Jun’15)|
Duration45 to 60 minutes per session
- SGD210 per term
1 term = 12 lessons
LocationYour preferred location
TimingYour preferred timing
Duration45 to 60 minutes per session
Fees1 month = 4 lessons
- Individual: SGD 240/month
- 2 in a group: SGD 270/month
- 3 in a group: SGD 300/month
- 4 in a group: SGD 330/month
- 5 in a group: SGD 360/month
- 6 in a group: SGD 390/month
Important Message For Parents
Parents play an important role in children’s swimming experience. While children are striving hard to learn how to swim, parents should know how to help their children.
- Do not expect your child to be able to swim soon after they are introduced to the water. It depends on individual learning ability. As a parent, you should focus on the long-term goal and avoid putting pressure on achievement and expecting quick results, as this may become counter-productive.
- Don’t be over ambitious about your child’s progress. Allow them to gradually develop and improve at his or her own pace. There is no shortcut in learning to swim. Practice makes perfect. Every children needs regular lessons and training, so don’t hurry them! Your child will learn much more in short and frequent regular visits than in the occasional long one.
- If your child no longer seems to enjoy the water, don’t give up! Continue your regular lessons but don’t waste all the earlier good work. It is a good idea to just hang around and watch as the others carry on, rather than skipping lessons.
- Don’t compare your child with others. Everyone has different learning ability.
- If your child accidentally slips into the water and swallows water during the lesson, don’t worry, as this is a learning process. Praise them for trying. Children need to be encouraged. By doing this, children will enjoy and have fun.
- If your child cries during the lesson, it doesn’t mean that your child is not ready for swimming lessons. You child may be adjusting to the separation from Mum and Dad, getting accustomed to the new surroundings, or just having a bad day. Give your child some time and let him or her develop confidence. Very soon he or she will be able to enjoy this wonderful experience in a totally relaxed environment with us.
Optional Advance Program
Open Water SwimSafer
Read More – Open Water SwimSafer
Read More – Competitive Swim Training
Read More – LifeSaving Course
Read More – Platform Diving