Holiday Swim Camp

22nd November - 23rd December 

Sports Lifestyle Centre @ Bukit Merah

Let your kids immerse in a splashtastic time with us - no distractions and no waiting time in the pool, all while developing their stroke through an imaginative approach both in the pool and on land. Our activities facilitate a journey of self-discovery where swimmers are able to keep track and be proud of their accomplishments. No matter what age or skill ability your little one is in, our 4-day program will cater to their swimming needs to help them emerge as confident swimmers! Scroll to find out more on what each program has to offer

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Camp Details

  • 4 Day-week Camp: 5 weekly slots for you to choose from (refer to camp schedule below)

  • 3 programs available for booking:

Pre-Schooler: For children enrolled in N2-K2 or equivalent. No swim experience required

Beginner: For children aged 5 years & up with no or beginner swim experience

Swim X Development: For children aged 7 years & up. Recommended for intermediate and advanced swimmers

Camp Schedule

Holiday Swim Camp Itinerary

Early bird ends 31st October!

 

Programs

Pre-Schooler

For children enrolled in N2-K2 or equivalent.

No swim experience required

Highlights:

  • Build water confidence and safety through guided play

  • Culminating in a river safari adventure combining land and swim skills

  • Set the foundation for a positive attitude towards swimming

In our bite-sized holiday program designed especially for preschoolers, little ones start each 75-min session with warmups on land, then get in the pool to practice important pre-Learn to Swim skills, such as floating and basic kicks.
 
Fun games and storytelling will help get even the most anxious young swimmers to love their time in the water! On Day 4, they'll combine everything they've learnt on land and in the pool as they go on their very own river safari adventure!

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Beginner

For children aged 5 years & up.

Recommended for kids with no or beginner swim experience

Highlights:

  • Exploration and development of 1 or more strokes (frontcrawl, backstroke & breaststroke) to help build positive swimming habits

  • Water games and land activities help build body awareness and coordination

  • Personalized "Before and After" scorecard celebrates each child's individual progress

In this tailored program, we start by evaluating each child's individual ability in 1 or more of the 3 basic strokes - frontcrawl, backstroke & breaststroke.
 
They then begin their journey to master these strokes, through a multi-faceted approach combining pool practice and water games. The children will also take part in fun land sports and activities, designed to further challenge their body awareness and coordination - both of which are essential when learning a complex sport such as swimming!
 
On Day 4, the swimmers take to the pool to record their improvement from their initial scorecard, building confidence and rewarding their hard work, as we celebrate small and big wins together!

Swim X Development

For children aged 7 years & up.

Recommended for intermediate and advanced swimmers*

Highlights:

  • Be one of the first to experience Swim X, a first-of-its-kind holistic program that combines swim development with full body mobility and movement skills

  • Master the basic strokes while learning competitive swim elements such as starts, turns and diving

  • Develop mobility and fundamental movement skills for success across all sports

  • Have fun with friends: take part in team games and a mini-meet!

This year end, experience a new multi-sport approach to swim development! In this 4-day program, our swimmers will experience the training routine of a competitive swimmer in and out of the pool - working on stroke mastery of the 3 basic strokes, while being taught key competitive elements such as starts, turns & dives.

But why stop at just swim? Land-based mobility and foundational movement activities provide the necessary base for every young athlete to any of the sports they wish to pursue, helping them develop confidence and a love of sports for life. The fun comes to a climax on Day 4, with a fun and friendly mini-meet that puts all our young athletes' learned skills to use!

 

*Pre-requisite: Swimmers must be able to swim 25m proficiently in each of breaststroke, freestyle and backstroke.

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Holiday Swim Camp FAQ

What if the COVID-19 Stabilisation restrictions get extended?


Depending on the restrictions situation, classes may be pushed back on a later date. If camps cannot proceed due to restrictions, students are entitled to a full refund of the amount paid for the classes.




What if my kid falls sick on the day/during the camp?


Students who miss class due to illness are entitled to a Medical Absence credit, to the value of the amount paid for the class. In order to receive the credit, students are required to produce a valid and original Medical Certificate.




What happens if there's bad weather 15 minutes BEFORE the camp?


Classes will be cancelled if inclement weather persists 15 minutes before stipulated class commencement time, and if both swim and land activities are deemed not able to be conducted. Classes cancelled 15 minutes or more before stipulated class start due to Inclement Weather will not be considered conducted, and the student will receive a Bad Weather credit equivalent to the amount paid for the class.




What happens if there's bad weather in the first hour of the camp?


Swim classes will be cancelled should there be 60 minutes of consistent inclement weather from the stipulated class commencement time, that renders both swim and land activities unable to be conducted. In such a circumstance, class will not be considered conducted, and the student will receive a Bad Weather credit equivalent to the amount paid for the class. Note where Inclement Weather affects only the swim component of the class, we will proceed by conducting the land activities first, and may continue conducting only land activities throughout the duration of the class.

  • Class is considered conducted if at least 50% of the class (by duration) has been conducted, prior to cancellation due to Inclement Weather
  • Where class is considered conducted, no Bad Weather credit will be issued




What happens if there's bad weather midway through the swim component of the camp?


Where Inclement Weather affects only the swim component of the class, we will proceed by conducting the land activities first, and may continue conducting only land activities throughout the duration of the class if bad weather persists all the way.

  • Class is considered conducted if at least 50% of the class (by duration) has been conducted, prior to cancellation due to Inclement Weather
  • Where class is considered conducted, no Bad Weather credit will be issued