Intensive Swimming Lessons

Sesame Lane is proud to offer intensive swimming lessons for Kindergarten children during terms 1 and 4 of the Kindergarten year at no additional cost to families.

Here in the Sunshine State, many children swim and spend more time in the water than our Southern States. Water Safety has been a hot topic with the introduction of the Queensland Water Safety Program in all Queensland Primary Schools. Ensuring our children know the safety rules around water and learning swimming basics, is an import part of keeping our Happy Healthy Learners safe.

How does it work?
Kindergarten children attending swimming lessons take their swimmers, towel and goggles in their bags to Sesame Lane. Our Educators will assist children to get changed at the Service before swimming lessons which are generally after morning tea. We take the children in swimming class groups to the designated swim school by Sesame Lane bus the Sesame Lane Educators stay with children for their lesson ensuring we stay within ratio.

Swimming Lesson Locations
Clontarf Kindergarten: Grace Swim School Rothwell.
Kippa Ring - Anzac Ave Kindergarten: Grace Swim School Rothwell.
Dakabin Kindergarten: Sam Riley Swim School, North Lakes.
Morayfield Kindergarten: Burpengary Swim School, Burpengary.
North Lakes Kindergartens: Sam Riley Swim School, North Lakes.
Redcliffe Kindergarten: Grace Swim School Rothwell.
Rothwell Kindergarten: Grace Swim School Rothwell.

All swimmers will be assessed by qualified instructors prior to participating in the learn to swim programs.

All Swim Instructors chosen to run swimming lessons for Sesame Lane children hold either an Austswim or Swim Australia qualification appropriate for preschool aquatics, and current CPR certificates.

This is just another way Sesame Lane inspires learning early

Build confidence around water

Learning to swim is a defining experience in a child’s life, an experience that creates lasting memories similar to learning to ride a bike. But unlike riding a bike, swimming is important to your child’s safety and development.

Increase water safety knowledge and skills

Providing solid foundation skills in swimming and water safety preventing drowning now, and in the future.

Reinforcing a healthy lifestyle

Swimming is a full-body cardiovascular and respiratory workout. This develops a child's stamina, flexibility and muscle strength using the water as resistance.