There are currently immediate places available on the September intake of Vivacity’s highly reputed Swim Academy.
This is run alongside the Amateur Swimming Association’s (ASA) learn to swim programme. It ensures that all children and adults are taught to swim to the highest standard, by fully qualified and trained teachers.
The ASA Learn to Swim Pathway consists of four frameworks (Foundation, Learn to Swim, Aquatic Skills and Adult Swimming) and is an ‘all-inclusive programme’ which takes the non-swimmer from his or her first splash to developing confidence and competence in the water. The national governing body for swimming, the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA), has produced a national syllabus for Aquatics, in order to equip learn to swim providers with the training and tools to deliver a multi aquatic, multi skill programme.
A child develops their basic movement range during the ages of 5 years to 8 years for females, and 6 years to 9 years for males. During this stage of ‘growing up’, children should be taking part in activity that builds their fundamental movement skills, with the emphasis being learning through fun. With reference to this, children need to build up skills that fall under specific categories; in aquatics these are aquatic specific.
Throughout the course, there are a series of awards that can be won, these will be in the form of a certificate, badge and a sticker so they can be kept on the Swimmers Journey Passport. These will be given out when they join the Swim Academy.
To get more information about the academy or to enrol please call 01733 864760 or email email@example.com.