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Frequently Asked Questions

We want each and every child to be able to enjoy swimming lessons. Thats why we work hard to ensure our fees are competitive. Swimming lessons are to be paid on enrolment before your child enters the pool. Each terms fees are different based on the length of the term. Please contact us for more information.
Booking is easy! Please email us or phone and we will find a time that works for you and your family.
We believe that water safety and learning to swim are essential skills for all children. The earlier your child is exposed to water in a fun, relaxed and happy environment, the more confident they will be in and around water. Our mums and bubs classes are held every week day and are a great way to introduce your baby to bubbles, submersion and fun. Babies as young as 4 months old can attend these classes with mum, dad or even a grandparent!
Of course! We’d love to welcome you and your child to our centre. A number of our swimming instructors specialise in teaching children with special needs how to swim. Please contact us so that we can discuss your child’s needs and a time that will suit you.

Wagga Swim School will provide up to 2 make up lessons per Term when a doctor’s certificate is provided.

We offer more flexibility during our winter Term’s where we have more places available.

Wagga Swim School offer swimming lessons to babies as young as 4 months old through to stroking levels.

Children attending Mums & Bubs classes require an adult to be in the water for the duration of their swimming lesson.

Wagga Swim School takes children from the age of 2 years in a group lesson without an adult.

Drowning is the greatest cause of accidental death for young children in Australia.  International research has found that participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by 88% among children aged 1 to 4 years.  In addition, early research in Australia indicates that children who learn how to swim at a young age have physical, social, intellectual and language development advantages compared to the non-swimmers.

Wagga Swim School offer FREE swimming ability assessments. These can be arranged by contacting us.

All children need to bring swim wear & towel. Children who are not toilet trained MUST wear a swimming nappy. Swimming caps must be worn. Swimming goggles are optional.

No, our learn-to-swim program runs continuously during the four school terms and we have special programs during the school holidays.  There are significant benefits from a continuous swim learning process, including health and well-being, physical development, self-confidence and teamwork.  We strongly believe that, in order for the learn to swim program to be successful for your child; they should participate on a continuous basis to ensure skill development on a consistent basis.

Your child’s progress is continually monitored by their instructor throughout the Term. You will be notified if your child has progressed to the next level and any class changes will be discussed with you.

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