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Book Lessons


3 to 16

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16 and up


Birth to 36 months

We want every baby and toddler to love the water. In a group lesson setting, you and your child will sing, cheer for others, bond, laugh and learn skills that will provide your little one with a solid foundation for the future – submerging, floating on their backs and turning to go back to the safety of the wall.


A warm pool plays a huge part in how comfortable you and your child are in the water and this is of upmost importance to a successful lesson. Our purpose build pool on a super plot of land in St. George's is the perfect location to swim. We promise, the drive is well worth it!

Lessons generally run from April through October with the occasional course happening outside of that time frame in the cooler months. We notify our database with an email when new courses are published and ready to be booked. 

To book a course, click register on the course that you would like to book and you will be taken to the registration form/customer portal. The course you selected will be saved for you. You can then register for additional courses once you are logged into the portal by viewing all courses in the Enroll tab. 

Once you have enrolled you will receive an automated email with your booking details and then within the next week, our admin staff will send you two emails: a schedule and an invoice.

November lessons are available to view below. When lessons are open for bookings an email will be sent to everyone in our database. 


Minimum age? Baby’s umbilical chord must be completely healed


Max age? 36 months


Pool temperature? 86-88°F in the summer, 88-92°F in the winter

Location? Ferry Reach, St. George’s with a large yard to park and picnic


Price? $30 per lesson


Requirements? A water diaper and an accompanying adult


Expectations for the lesson? A whole load of fun and a child that will eat and sleep well afterwards

Covid regulations? All instructors will wear a face shield when working in the water with students. Students will not wear masks or shields as this isn't possible during a swimming lesson.

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