There are many baby and toddler swim schools in Sydney offering different programs many of which are based on water familiarity and building confidence through song and rhyme. At Duck and Dive we go far and beyond this as we recognise the importance of survival skills and aim to nurture a life long love of the water.
Having only 1 lesson in our comfortably heated pools at a time ensures there is little distraction and is a much more relaxed environment for baby and carer alike.
Whilst our innovative and creative programs have a real focus on water safety and survival skills, we have not lost sight of our baby swimming lessons being a fun and very friendly social opportunity for bubs and parents alike.
And of course our teachers are nothing short of amazing! At Duck and Dive the recruitment starts with personality before anything else. After qualifying with Austswim or Swim Australia and becoming Teachers of Infant and Preschool Aquatics, candidates undergo further rigorous training as a Duck and Dive instructor before becoming fully fledged and getting their “wings”.
Many of our teachers have come through the ranks as clients and found themselves continuing their path with Duck and Dive as a teacher. In addition to their extensive knowledge of the program, this also makes them very empathic with you and understand any uncertainties you may have as a carer or “wobbles” your little one encounters. Their enthusiasm, patience, care and understanding of our program and how it develops babies are what set us apart from many other baby swim schools.
But don’t take our word for it, have a read through what some of our clients think about us as they share their experiences.
There are many swim lesson providers for babies and toddlers all over the city, offering different programs. Many other programs are based on water familiarity and building confidence through song and rhyme. At the Duck and Dive baby swim school we go beyond these basic stages, as we recognise the importance of survival skills and aim to nurture a lifelong love of the water…