All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
Research shows that regular swimming increases oxygen delivery to the 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 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
SwimSafer Stage 1
Students will learn how to enter the water safely and how to be safe in deep water. General safety knowledge alongside learning how to move forward and backward in the water is taught as well. Personal survival skills and the ability to properly enter and exit the pool will be covered here. Read more – SwimSafer Stage 1
SwimSafer Stage 2
Additional skills on how to get into the water and how to perform a surface dive are covered. Sculling, personal safety skills and awareness of where one is in the water will be introduced as well. Students will learn to swim at least 25 metres. Read more – SwimSafer Stage 2
SwimSafer Stage 3
This stage introduce rescue skills alongside water survival skills. Students will enhanced underwater and sculling skills. Handling personal floatation devices will be taught too. During this stage, students will learn how to swim at least 50 metres continuously at this programme. Read more – SwimSafer Stage 3
SwimSafer Stage Bronze
Students will learn how to handle stroke techniques and perform coordinated breathing in deep water. This also works with helping to get children to know how to be safe around water craft and how to work with intermediate water survival and rescue skills. The new goal at this point is to swim for a 100 metres continuously. Read more – SwimSafer Bronze
SwimSafer Stage Silver
This part of the process involves learning how to dive into the water and how to handle advanced rescue and survival skills. A vital part of this process involves allowing the child to learn how to handle swimming strokes so that the child can get to the last stage. Read more – SwimSafer Silver
SwimSafer Stage Gold
This is the last stage. Students will learn to perform proper swimming strokes in order to swim for 400 metres continuously. Students will learn how to stay afloat with ease for a longer period of time as well. Also, advanced lifesaving rescue, standing dive and safety skills will be continue be taught. Read more – SwimSafer Gold
Happy Fish's Indoor Heated Swimming Pools
Learn to swim in our heated pools with no weather disruption
Happy Fish @ Wild Wild Wet (Coming Soon)
Happy Fish @ Bedok
Happy Fish @ Jurong East
Happy Fish @ Horsecity
Happy Fish @ Bukit Timah
Happy Fish @ Kota Damansara (Malaysia)
Happy Fish @ Sunway Pyramid (Malaysia)
Happy Fish @ Bedok (Indoor Heated)
|Thursday 5:00 PM||Beginner|
|Thursday 5:45 PM||Beginner|
|Thursday 6:30 PM||Beginner|
Happy Fish @ Jurong East (Outdoor Pool)
Additional class slots availabe, please enquire for more.
|Tuesday 7 PM||Beginner|
|Wednesday 6:45 PM||Beginner|
|Saturday 9:30 AM||Beginner|
|Saturday 10:15 AM||Beginner|
|Saturday 2 PM||Beginner|
|Sunday 3.30 PM||Beginner|
|Sunday 9:30 AM||Beginner|
|Sunday 10:15 AM||Beginner|
|Sunday 2 PM||Beginner|
|Sunday 5 PM||Beginner|
|Sunday 6 PM||Beginner|
Happy Fish @ Horsecity (Indoor Heated)
|Wednesday 5:30 PM||Beginner|
|Wednesday 6:15 PM||Beginner|
|Saturday 5:30 PM||Beginner|
|Sat 12.00pm||Beginner +|
|Sun 10.00am||Beginner +|
|Sun 1.30pm||Beginner (start 17 Feb 2019)|
|Sun 5.30pm||Beginner +|
Bukit Batok SC
|Sat 10.00am||Beginner +|
- Weekday: S$342.40 per term (incl. GST)
- Weekend: S$428.00 per term (incl. GST)
- Term: 10 + 2 lessons
- Duration (Beginner): 45 minutes per lesson
- Duration (Int & Adv): 60 minutes per lesson
- Group size (Beginner): 6 students
- Group size (Int & Adv): 10 students
- Weekday & Weekend: S$210 per term
- Term: 10 + 2 lessons
- Duration: 60 minutes per lesson
- Group size: max. 10 students
- The schedule is fixed for 12 consecutive weeks lesson excluding public holidays.
- The school will re-allocate students to a more suitable class if necessary to ensure good learning experience.
- (Not applicable for indoor pools) There will be no compensation or make-up lesson if the pool is closed due to bad weather. However, the instructor will standby to continue the lesson as soon as the pool is deemed safe for swimming. The lesson will be conducted as usual under drizzling rain condition.
- Students will be invited to participate in SwimSafer assessment when his/her instructor deem ready. (Charges apply)
- Happy Fish reserves the right to postpone the start date if the class size does not meet the minimum number of students.
- Other general Terms and Conditions apply
Your preferred location
Weekdays ONLY (Subject to coach availability)
45 minutes per lesson
1 month = 4 lessons Private lesson @ Public Pools
- Individual: S$240.00 per month
- 2 in a group: S$270.00 per month
- 3 in a group: S$300.00 per month
- 4 in a group: S$330.00 per month
- 5 in a group: S$360.00 per month
- 6 in a group: S$390.00 per month
Private lesson @ Indoor Pools (Weekdays only) – Inclusive of GST
- Individual: S$321.00 per month
- 2 in a group: S$374.50 per month
- 3 in a group: S$428.00 per month
- 4 in a group: S$481.50 per month
- 5 in a group: S$535.00 per month
- 6 in a group: S$588.50 per month
Private Lessons @ Indoor Pool
Happy Fish Indoor Heated Pools
Weekday ONLY (Subject to coach availability)
45 minutes per lesson
1 month = 4 lessons
- Individual: S$321.00 per month
- 2 in a group: S$374.50 per month
What is the age range for this particular category?
Children aged 5 years and above would consider kids category.
Do I need to be in the pool together with my child?
There is no need for parents to be in the pool with the child. You can observe the class near the pool.
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 decison on a case by case basis to see if the child is suitable for the class.
What do I need to bring for my swimming lesson?
You need to have your own swim gear, goggles and float board for the first lesson. Your swimming instructor may advise you further after the first lesson.
Are your instructors certified and proficient in handling kids?
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 kids.
Is there any trial class available?
You are welcome to register a package that offers a minimum of 12 lessons. You may refer to Kid Swimming Lessons for more information. We are sorry that we do not offer single trial class at the moment.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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
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
Suitable for triathlon enthusiast. Experience the thrill of swimming in an open water condition and conquer the waves. You will be taught the techniques and skills to swim in open water (sea). Read More – Open Water SwimSafer
For those who are really into swimming and wish to take part in various swimming competition, this stage emphasizes swimming stroke corrections, swimming speed, stamina and endurance. Special techniques like somersault in water, professional plunging will also be introduced in this stage to reduce the swimming time. Read More – Competitive Swim Training
This program impart you the necessary life saving skill according to Life Saving 1,2,3, Bronze Medallion and etc. Rope throwing, Towing and other rescue technique will be introduced. You will be able to take part in various life saving competiton too! Read More – LifeSaving Course
Platform diving is a part of swimming and that it helps to bring your techniques to the next level. Anyone who has swimming skills can pick it up and it isn’t just suitable for professionals alone. Hence, we are providing you with this unique opportunity to dive like a pro! Read More – Platform Diving