NSW Government Subsidy
Making swimming lessons cheaper for 3 to 6-year-olds
We’re a registered provider for the First Lap Voucher Program, approved by the NSW Office of Sport. You can redeem your $50 NSW Government First Lap Voucher with us, to help pay for your child’s swimming lessons. Bliss!
Water safety education is key to ensuring children learn vital water safety and survival skills from a young age – a skill they will keep with them for life. Bliss!
Early Swimming Lessons
Multiple Investment Returns
Water safety, life skills & advancing primary school education
In addition to water safety and helping your child foster a healthier lifestyle, a Griffith University study concluded that swimming lessons can also advance your child’s education.
Their study of 7,000 children under the age of 5, showed that “children who learn to swim at a young age are reaching many developmental milestones earlier than the norm.”
Specifically, 3 to 5 year olds in swimming lessons, compared with the average population of same-aged children not in swimming lessons, were:
Our lessons include singing and counting. Constant repetition of swim skills helps build muscle memory. We’re very focused on teaching a child to understand and follow directions. Group social skills are practised. Learning to share and how not to be distracted by others. We can see a direct correlation between our Pre-Schooler Program and a primary school curriculum!
The Finer Print
It’s not means tested
Most of our students qualify, we hope you will too
Redeem your voucher against our regular program. Or towards a 5-day School Holiday Intensive Program, if your child needs a catch-up, or a super booster.
Time always seems to go fast for busy parents. Many parents forget to use their Active Kids Vouchers with us, contacting us at the last minute, so we encourage you to act soon. (And a quick reminder if you have older kids and unused NSW Government Active Kids Vouchers, we’re an approved provider for that program too.)
Contact the NSW Government for further information, including the full eligibility criteria. Here’s some quick useful information, accurate at the time of publishing: