When kids learn to swim, it’s a rite of passage. It means they get the chance to explore the water on their own terms. At British Swim School Greater Toronto, we work with children from Brampton, Meadowvale, Churchville, Mississauga, and Lakeview. We know how fulfilling it can be for kids to go from beginners in the water to expert swimmers.
We have classes for the whole family! If you have advanced swimmers, don’t worry—our small classes make it easy for instructors to work one-on-one with each swimmer, focusing on their area of interest. Bring your family down to British Swim School Greater Toronto!
How We Help Every Child Learn To Swim
Every child should learn to swim—and they can! Our swim classes in Brampton will instill core swim strokes, flotation skills, and water safety. With over 30 years of experience introducing kids to the water, we know that taking two or more weekly classes can help children meet their swim goals three times as fast.
No child is too young or too old to start. We have parent-assisted classes for tots and infants as well as independent classes for older children. Kids pick up skills by repetition and imitation. Our structured classes give them plenty of opportunity to repeat swim strokes, observe other swimmers, and learn to swim. Your child’s instructor in Brampton will work with them to ensure they’re always getting the attention they need.
Learning Water Safety in Brampton
Over the course of your child’s swim classes with British Swim School Greater Toronto, they’ll learn to swim the full length of the pool, practice different strokes, and have a great time in the water. But before we start teaching kids to swim, we start with flotation. This safety skill is a core component of our classes in Brampton for the following reasons:
- Acclimating your child to the pool. For children who are nervous about entering the water, this immersive starter move will help them get comfortable and confident.
- Providing comfort in unfamiliar water. Floating is an essential safety tool for kids whenever they’re near or in water. It allows them to breathe, stay relaxed, and call out if they need to.
- Floating when they get tired. It’s not uncommon for new swimmers to overexert themselves without realizing. If that happens, they can rest with the back float and ask for help.
This year, why not help your child learn to swim? Get in touch with British Swim School Greater Toronto at (289) 569-1444 to hear about classes for Brampton families.