Singapore, Singapore Jan 28, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Swimming Lessons for Kids in Singapore: A Fun and Safe Way to Stay Active
It’s never too early to start teaching children the importance of staying active and healthy, and what better way to do that than through swimming lessons?
At Swim2u Swim School, believe that every child should have the opportunity to learn how to swim in a fun and safe environment. That’s why the school is proud to offer swimming lessons for kids of all ages and skill levels in Singapore. The programmes are designed to cater to children as young as 12 months old, and we have a range of classes available, including beginner, intermediate, and advanced level classes.
The experienced and certified instructors use a variety of techniques to make learning to swim an enjoyable experience for children. Whether the child is a beginner or has some experience in the water, the school has a program that will fit their needs. The instructors use unique teaching methods to make sure that the children are comfortable and safe in the water.
The school understands that parents have busy schedules and that’s why the school offers flexible class times that work for the students. The school offer classes from Monday to Sunday, morning and evening, Students can choose a time that works best for them. Additionally, the School also offers both group and private lessons, so parents can choose the option that best fits their child’s needs.
Don’t wait any longer to give the child the gift of swimming. Sign up for the swimming lessons today and watch as the kids gain confidence and develop a love for the water!
Refer to our swimming class venue below.
1. Swimming Lessons at Yio Chu Kang (YCK)
2. Swimming Lessons at Woodleigh
3. Swimming Lessons at Upper Thomson
4. Swimming Lessons at Tiong Bahru
5. Swimming Lessons at Tanjong Rhu
6. Swimming Lessons at Tanjong Pagar
8. Swimming Lessons at Somerset
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