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Pool Health

Any learner who is not fully toilet trained must wear a swim nappy. Either the disposable or re-usable types are accepted. To fit correctly, the swim nappy must fit snugly around the legs and waist, and must not be loose or gaping. Make sure that you are well clear of the pool before removing the swim nappy to avoid any surprises finding their way in. Regular nappies are not to be worn in the pool under any circumstances.

payments

 

All payments are due for the coming term by the end of the second last week of the current term. Payments made by the end of the third last week will still receive the pay early discount. Any spots not paid by the start of the last week of term, will be assumed not required and deleted, opening up the spot for anyone to book.

 

 

Swim Nappies

Any learner who is not fully toilet trained must wear a swim nappy. Either the disposable or re-usable types are accepted. To fit correctly, the swim nappy must fit snugly around the legs and waist, and must not be loose or gaping. Make sure that you are well clear of the pool before removing the swim nappy to avoid any surprises finding their way in. Regular nappies are not to be worn in the pool under any circumstances.

Pool nappies do not stop urine entering the pool, they are only reduce the chance of solid material entering the pool.

Swimming caps

To help us keep our pool clean, all students without a carer in the water must wear a swimming cap. Polyester and Lycra caps are recommended as they are easy to put on, breathable and safer around younger children. We also have silicone and latex caps available for purchase.

Make up classes

A make up class may be taken when your child will miss one of their regular classes. Please call or email us prior to the lesson that you will miss in order to be eligible to make it up later. 

Any make up class needs to be used within 8 weeks of the missed class. 

The Student must be Enrolled to be eligible to do make up classes. 

Make up classes can not be used in lieu of a regular paid class.

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