The Swim and Survive program, designed by the Royal Life Saving Society Australia, is a broad, balanced program, consisting of swimming, water safety, and survival skills in preparation for a lifetime of safe activity in, on or near the water.
The program consists of three stages:
Wonder, Courage, and Active.

Age Group: 6mths – 36mths

Infants Classes with Parents/Carers in water

Using play and song, the Wonder program encourages exploration in water, reduces fear while building trust, confidence, stimulates learning, and most importantly allows enjoyment. Each lesson is structured to ensure learning skills are age appropriate, and challenging.

Age Group: 3yrs – 5yrs

Infants Classes with Parents/Carers in water

Swim & Survive Courage is about water confidence and aims to ease the transition from parents being in the water to the child being in on their own.
Typical Session Times (subject to class numbers):
The days and times available vary depending on the time of year and number of enrolments.
Class times are typically between 10:30am—2:30pm depending on age group and class sizes.
Duration: 30 minutes per lesson
Cost
$128.00  first child    (8 weeks) 
$112.00  additional children (each child)
Weekly $18.00 (commitment of 8 weeks applies)

Bookings are essential for all our swimming programs

Enrolment forms are available at Healthglo reception or download one here. Group Learn to Swim Form or Private Learn to Swim Form
Please note, Days/Times of our programs are subject to change

Age Group: 4yrs – 12yrs

Child Classes without Parents/Carers in water

Our Active program is a broad program designed to develop Stroke Technique, Water Safety, Water Confidence, and Survival Skills. The lessons can have three different skill groups in the pool at the one time, ranging from beginners to more advanced swimmers.
Typical Session Times (subject to class numbers):
The days and times available vary depending on the time of year and number of enrolments.
Class times are typically between 3:30m—5:00pm    depending on age group and class sizes.
Duration  30 minutes per lesson
Cost  
$120.00 first child    (8 weeks) 
$104.00 additional children (each child)
Weekly $17.00 (commitment of 8 weeks applies)

Bright, colourful certificates are awarded to all participants at the end of each term, rewarding them for the developmental steps they take in learning to swim.

Age Group: Children up to 16 years

Our Stroke Development classes are for children who are confident swimmers. The classes concentrate on refining the skills for each stroke and increasing the    distance each child can swim, along with the ability to swim with a smooth and consistent technique.
Typical Session Times (subject to class numbers):
The days and times available vary depending on the time of year and number of enrolments.
Class times are typically between 3:30m—5:00pm    depending on age group and class sizes.
Duration  60 minutes per lesson
Cost  
$144.00  per child (8 weeks) 
Weekly $20.00 (commitment of 8 weeks applies)

“One on one” based instruction, catering for both adults and children, of any age and ability. Private lessons run during school terms—10 weeks and are available during school holidays (depending on instructor availability).
A maximum of 3 children in the group. Lesson days and times are subject to instructor availability at the time of booking.
Day/Time                      Mon to Sat (various times)
Weeks in Term             10  (school holidays available)                
Lesson Duration           30 minutes

Weekly
Upfront
$35
1 SWIMMER
$330
1 SWIMMER
$40
2 SWIMMERS
$380
2 SWIMMERS
$44 3 SWIMMERS $420 3 SWIMMERS

Additional Information

With our Wonder and Courage programs, expect to get wet and have lots of fun, as parents/carers are in the water with the child in these classes. Being relaxed and happy yourself will help your infant be happy and relaxed also.
During our Active program we ask that parents remain outside in our viewing area, located in the foyer. We find that  children concentrate better without their parent in the same room. If there are any questions or problems you would like to discuss, please feel free to approach the counter staff. Remember lessons are only 30 minutes long and any interruptions with instructors will lessen this time. 
Be patient with your child’s progress. Cautious children need extra time to adjust to the pool environment. It is perfectly normal for children to be wary of new people and situations.
Arrive early and become acquainted with the pool and surroundings so that you will not feel flustered or rushed. If you are relaxed and positive, your child will feel more calm and secure and lessons will be more successful.
Do not advance into the pool until instructed by a member of staff. We do not encourage those in our swim programs to be in the water for longer than the lesson. This avoids infants/children from becoming cold and restless during the lesson.

Health Note

It is strongly recommended that all infants/children have been immunised. Children should not attend lessons if they have any of the following symptoms: Fever, Cold, Ear infection, Diahorrea, Vomiting etc.
It is a requirement that babies wear waterproof nappies/bathers. Choose a swimsuit with snug legs. NO NAPPIES (except waterproof ones, eg “Huggies Little Swimmers”) are allowed in the pool.

Enrolment Process

Enrolment forms are available at Healthglo reception or download one here. Group Learn to Swim Form or Private Learn to Swim Form
Please note, Days/Times of our programs are subject to change
Provisions have been made on the enrolment form for you to indicate your preferences for days/times. However, we cannot guarantee that you will always get your first preference.
Confirmation of your child’s enrolment will be made via phone call or email shortly before the start of the swimming term.
Please be aware that the total cost of the program is required to be paid in full at the time of booking, unless alternative methods have been previously arranged.