Baby & Toddler Swim School Surrey – H2O Kidz
H2O Kidz is an aqua school providing baby swimming lessons in Addlestone, Weybridge, Byfleet, Woking, Chertsey, Shepperton and Walton on Thames Surrey. H20 Kidz offer swimming classes for babies and toddlers that teach children to swim by having fun in the water.
Let us teach your young ones to be waterbabes through the use of songs, games, movement and word association. We also incorporate the use of color, shapes, toys, numbers and letters to help their everyday learning skills. All our baby swimming classes are taught by ASA qualified instructors specialising in baby swimming.
Our ethos is simple and important: Teach every child the most important skill they could ever learn.
H2O Kidz Classes and Age Groups
H20 babies are classes designed for babies for as young as 3 months old up to 1.5 year. These classes are taken at a slower and calmer pace than H20 tots. Please note babies can start swimming only after their vaccinations
H20 tots are classes designed for older babies from 1.5 year to 3 years as class require babies to stand up, crawl or walk
H20 Kidz are classes designed for pre-school children who are old enough to take an instruction can learn to swim without an adult in the pool with them. Children can join this class from 3 years.
£80 per 10 week course – please contact us for further information or to book.
Crystal Brownett proprietor and instructor learnt to swim from a young age. She went on to swim for a number of clubs, county and schools throughout her teenage years.
After studying sports science at university and not happy with her office job Crystal decided to train as a swimming teacher as swimming was such a major part of her life growing up and truly made her a happy person
Since qualifying as a swimming teacher 3 years ago Crystal finished her office job and now currently works for 10 different swimming schools teaching babies from 3 months old, through to adults.
Crystal is also a swimming coach for a local swimming club and runs SwimFit sessions for serious swimmers. As well as her teaching she runs two swimming schools on behalf of the ASA.