Primary 4 swimming lessons

PRIMARY 4 pupils will start their free block of swimming lessons from August 2016.

POOL  –   Tullos

 TIME:  Class 1  – 9.30-10.15                  Class 2 – 1015-1100

The swimming programme will run from:

Tuesday 23rd August – Tuesday 15th November 2016(inclusive)

No Classes will run on the following dates

October Holidays: Monday 10th – Friday 21st

The pupils will be picked up approximately 30 minutes prior to the start of the session and will be returned to the school as soon as possible after the end of the lesson.

We will rely on parent helpers to accompany us to the pool and back and help with children getting changed etc. If you are able to come and help us out, we would really appreciate a note to make us aware of what day/s you are able to help. We need at least 2 parent helpers every week per class. We usually have the Class Rep to make up a rota, but it is so early this year, that we will have to organise this the best way we can with such short notice! All helpers should be Disclosure Scotland checked.

We hope that all the pupils will enjoy themselves during the lessons and benefit from learning to swim or improving their existing skills.

Things to do and bring with you to your swimming lessons: Seven Golden Rules:
Girls  
  • Swimming Costume
  • Always have all your equipment
  • Always listen to your teacher and learn
  • Don’t be distracted by your school mates
  • Always WALK on the poolside
  • Do not go into the pool until your teacher tells you
  • Try your Best
  • Enjoy Yourself
Boys 
  • Swimming Trunks (if possible) – these are preferable to shorts
Girls & Boys
  • Towel
  • Goggles (if you have) – please make sure that they fit correctly before attending the lesson
  • Waterproof bag or small sports bag to keep your equipment together
  • All jewellery must be removed prior to swimming (small stud earrings are acceptable)
  • Long hair must be tied back.  It is preferable to wear a swimming cap.
  • All children must shower before entering the poolside and after swimming.
  • If you have an infection of the foot i.e. verrucae, athlete’s foot etc. a foot protection sock should be worn – you may be able to purchase these from chemists or sportswear shops or local pools.

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