At Holiday Inn Guildford
It promotes water safety
Teaches water confidence
Great for physical and mental health
It develops their co-ordination
It builds their strength
It develops their learning skills
It enhances their wellbeing
It provides structure
Great physical workout for parents
Our Tadpole classes consist of six different levels and are designed for babies who:
have either progressed from our Tadpole beginners class,
have previously attended lessons elsewhere,
are slightly older so are more physically capable of picking up new skills and activities,
are regulars in the water.
Classes for older babies in Guildford – recommendation from 8 months
By now, our babies will be feeling confident and will have learnt (or be learning) to hold their breath when they have an underwater experience.
Throughout the levels, your baby will have myriad opportunities to swim underwater including learning to swim solo, through a hoop and swimming with you underwater.
The benefits of our Tadpole classes:
Tuesday's 10.00am 20th Nov - 22nd Jan (excluding 25th Dec and 1st Jan) 8 Weeks only £104
Wednesday's 11.00am 21st Nov - 23rd Jan (excluding 26th Dec and 2nd Jan) 8 Weeks only £104
Thursday's 10.00am 22nd Nov - 24th Jan (excluding 27th Dec and 3rd Jan) 8 Weeks only £104
Monday's 10:00am 28th Jan - 25th March (excluding 18th Feb) 8 Weeks only £104
Tuesday's 10:00am 29th Jan - 26th March (excluding 19th Feb) 8 Weeks only £104
Wednesday's 11.00am 30th Jan - 27th March (excluding 20th Feb) 8 Weeks only £104
Thursday's 10:00am 31st Jan - 28th March (excluding 21st Feb) 8 Weeks only £104
Save 20% from your first course fees when you book on with one or more friend.
Please state discuss this when booking on your course at our Guildford pool.
Babies are now stronger on their back and be able to support themselves more when they’re in the water.
Babies will learn blowing bubbles as breath control which is a huge part of swimming.
We will motivate your baby to continue splashing whilst encouraging the more specific movements of their arms and legs.
Activities will again be based primariliy on fun, with lots of singing, simple games and introducing new swim toys and aides.
Continuing to focus on water safety techniques, for example: how to enter and exit the pool safely, teaching your baby how to hold on and what to do if they were to fall into water..