Short Course Swim Carnival 2017

Short Course Swim Carnival 2017

 Healthways will be running its 3rd annual swimming carnival for all level 4, 5, 6 and 7 students on Sunday 12th November 2017. This is an encouragement event to give children experience in participating and competing in an organised sporting event. (All photos on this page are from the last Swim Carnival in 2015.)   […]

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Holiday Swim Intensives

Holiday Swim Intensives

Use your holidays to learn.  Holiday intensive classes accelerate your learning. Programs available for 3-5 years & School age  Max. 4 students per class! Qualified Teachers. Group or Private Lessons available!  Classes run in the mornings for 5 consecutive days.  This allows your children to consolidate and build on their skills every day. July School Holidays: […]

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Dickie Knee visits Healthways

Dickie Knee visits Healthways

  A Special Visitor! Dickie Knee… the actual REAL Dickie Knee visited Healthways this week. To all the fans of ‘Hey Hey it’s Saturday’, Dickie Knee came out of his Channel 9 home and made a special appearance at Healthways Mont Albert this week.  We couldn’t believe it!  And we’re not pulling you leg – […]

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Claudiana - Swim Teacher Award Finalist

Congratulations Claudiana!

Award Finalist for Victorian Swim Teacher of Infants and Preschoolers 2017. We are so happy to share that one of our swim teachers, Claudiana, is a finalist for Aquatic and Recreation Victoria’s 2017 award for AUSTSWIM Teacher of Infants and Preschool Aquatics.  This is the premier industry awards, and the winner will be announced at a […]

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Practice Play Sessions

Practice Play Sessions

Introducing a new style of class…   Practice Play Sessions As an alternative to mainstream lessons, and/or as a compliment to mainstream lessons these sessions are a great way to: Introduce students to water skills in a less formal setting, Instruct the parent on how to assist the student’s progress, and Practice and reinforce the skills […]

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Watch out for those stingers

Watch out for those stingers

Did anyone see the article in the Herald Sun today about watching out for aquatic animals at the beach? What timing! This is a topic that we are educating our students about THIS WEEK. In the aquatic animals curriculum this week our younger swimmers learn about not touching blue-ringed octopus, jelly fish, sting-rays, and syringes. […]

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