At Rackley Swimming, we believe first impressions matter. Which is why we invite all new swim families (with children aged 3 years and above) to a free 15-minute Swim Safety Check. We like to think of it as your child’s first splash in their successful swim journey.
As one-on-one, in-water session, these assessments give us a chance to determine where your child should start on our curriculum — and gives you the opportunity to visit your local centre, watch us in action and discuss swimming goals.
Our team will then help you select your preferred lesson days and times. We recommend attending two lessons a week , as this builds some vital consistency and accelerates the development of water-safety skills. And, if that wasn’t enough, we also offer significant discounts when you sign up for multiple lessons. Get in touch with our team to learn more about swim packages and discounts for your local venue.
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Who is eligible for the free swim safety check?
If your child is new to Rackley Swimming and aged 3 years or older, you can book in a free swim safety check. This is a one-on-one swimming session where our instructor will evaluate their swimming skills.
Does my child need a swim safety check?
Yes, we invite all our new swimmers to book in a free swim safety check. This in-water session helps us to determine which class your child will be best suited to, and it’s also a great time to explore your local Rackley centre and meet our team.
How do I schedule a free swim safety check for my child?
To book in your safety check, you can book your free assessment today by clicking on the ‘book now’ button, or you can call your nearest Rackley location to discuss availability.
Are the swim safety check instructors qualified?
Yes! All of our friendly instructors are qualified and have a passion for teaching children how to swim.
Is there any medical condition that will prevent kids from participating?
If your child is ill, has a high fever, unusual rash, is vomiting or has diarrhoea, it is not recommended that they attend the pool.