Swimming Lessons For Toddlers

Swimming Lessons For Toddlers

Splashing Fun Swimming Lessons For Age 2 & Above

toddler swimming lesson

Young children learn to swim better in a happy environment, that is why they should come to Happy Fish. Introducing swimming to your young children helps them to prepare for proper swimming and leads them to healthy lifestyle! More importantly, it can help save lives. We are aware of their needs as well as their attention span. Having classes with a shorter duration can improve their focus and develop a willing to learn attitude. Furthermore, a smaller class size would ensure that equal attention is given to each of them.


It’s ideal to cultivate a positive attitude when young. By providing your child with swimming lessons, it can teach them to lead a healthy lifestyle. This is important as kids tend to pick things up when they are young. By teaching them to lead a healthy lifestyle from young, it helps to develop a positive character in the future.

Child’s Experience

Our toddler aquatic specialists are committed to ensure a comfortable learning experience for you and your child. We have specially designed our syllabus in a step by step manner to cater to young children’s ability. For parents who prefer a more personal class, they have the option of choosing a private lesson. This gives your child full attention for 30 minutes. On the other hand, for parents who prefer their child to share the joy and experience with other toddlers, the group lessons awaits them!


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What will toddlers be learning?

Water Confidence

Children will learn how to explore in and around the water safely.


Children will discover the freedom of buoyancy and float without assistance.

Breath Control

Children will learn how to hold breath before submerging into the water.


Children will learn basic hand paddling and leg kicking action to move around in the water.

Trauma-Free Submersion

Children will develop confidence in submerging underwater.

Safety Skills

Children will learn enter and exit the pool, swim around safely and respect the depth of water.

Join us at the new Indoor Heated Mineral Pool!

8 Duke’s Rd

100 Turf Club Rd

Lesson’s Info

Location #1

Indoor Heated Mineral Pool @ 8 Duke’s Rd

Schedule Timing
Wednesday 3:30pm
Friday 10:00am
Saturday 7:30pm
Sunday 6:30pm, 7:00pm

Location #2

Indoor Heated Mineral Pool @ 100 Turf Club Rd (Coming Soon)

Schedule Timing
Monday 10:30am, 4:30pm
Tuesday 10:30am, 4:30pm
Wednesday 10:30am, 4:30pm
Thursday 10:30am, 4:30pm
Friday 10:30am, 4:30pm
Saturday 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:30pm
Sunday 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:30pm

Location #3

Bedok Swimming Complex

Schedule Start Date
Sunday 8:00am Ongoing (2-3 y/o)
Sunday 10:15am Ongoing (2-3 y/o)
Sunday 11:15am Ongoing (3-4 y/o)


30 minutes per session


Indoor Heated Pool

S$400 per term (10 + 2 Free Lessons)
PROMOTION: Enjoy 20% off for Weekday classes

Bedok Swimming Complex

S$160 per month (4 lessons)
S$320 per term (8 + 4 Free

Class Policy

  • Parent’s involvement is required.
  • Schedule is fixed for 12 consecutive weeks lesson excluding public holidays.
  • There will be no make up lesson for absenteeism.
  • Land activity will be conducted during bad weather day (Not applicable for indoor pool).
  • Happy Fish reserves the right to postpone the start date up to 4 weeks if class size is less than minimum requirement.
  • Please be advised that photos and videos may be taken for training and marketing purposes.
  • Children will be required to wear swim diapers when in the pool.

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Private Lessons


Your preferred location or Happy Fish Indoor Heated Mineral Pool


Your preferred timing


30 minutes per session


1 month = 4 lessons

  • Individual: S$300 per month
  • 2 in a group: S$350 per month
  • 3 in a group: S$400 per month
  • 4 in a group: S$450 per month
  • 5 in a group: S$500 per month
  • 6 in a group: S$550 per month

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What is the age range for this particular category?

Children aged between 2 to 4 years old would be considered under the Young Toddlers’ category.

Can I group my 3 years old kid with 8 year old kid together?

As they are in different categories, we recommend to conduct the class separately. We will suggest a back to back lesson for your children. We will be using different syllabus for toddler and kid swimming lessons.

Can I enroll my toddler to join Kid's Swimming Lessons?

It is not advisable to do so. As our kid’s class is design for kids age 5 and above, your child may have difficulty in catching up the pace. It may be counter-productive to do so. We will however, consider the decision on a case by case basis to see if the child is suitable for the class.

Do I need to be in the pool together with my child?

You are welcomed to join your child for the first few lesson. It will help reducing the anxiety your child may be facing due to separation from parents.

What should I bring along for the lessons?

The child’s swimming attire and goggles would sufficient. However, if you have a float board for the child, do bring it along.

Are your instructors certified and proficient in handling toddlers of that age?

Our instructors conducting kids classes are fully qualified with the relevant certifications from the Singapore Sports Council and Singapore Swimming Teachers’ Association. They are trained and experienced in conducting swimming lessons for toddlers.

How many students are there in a class?

Each class is limited to 6 students only.

My child is Asthmatic. Is he suitable to learn swimming?

We highly recommend a doctor’s opinion to be sought first as there are varying degrees of Asthma.

I couldn't find my answer.

Please email your enquiries to admin@swimminglessons.com.sg, we will be in touch with you soon. Alternatively, you can also give us a call at 6589-8650, Mondays-Sundays, 9am-6pm.

Important Message For Parents

Parent plays an important role in children swimming experience. While children are striving hard to learn how to swim, parent 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, this may become counter-productive.
  • Don’t be over ambitious towards 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 lesson and training, never try to hurry! Your child will learn much more in short frequent regular visits than in the occasional long one. A child’s attention span is extremely short. The younger the child, the shorter the attention span. Young children concentration span is about twenty minutes.
  • If your child no longer seem 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 ability.
  • If your child accidentally slip into the water and swallows water during the lesson. Don’t worry, this is a learning process. You just have to lift your child up gently and put on your best smile. Praise them for trying. Children needs to be encourage. 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 lesson. You child may be adjusting the separation from Mom and Dad getting accustomed to the new surroundings, or just having a bad day. Give your child some time and let him develop his confident, very soon he will be able to enjoy this wonderful experience in a total relax environment with us