GENEVA CHAMBESY SUMMER LESSONS (5 July - 20 August 2021)
One week Summer Camp - Monday to Friday
We teach from the 5th July until 20th August 2021 every afternoon & evening!
Lessons will be at the same time every day from Monday to Friday for 30 minutes starting from 2pm until 8pm.
You can register for one or several weeks.
We hold small classes, have two teachers in the water and teach in French and English.
Classes last 30 minutes.
Price for the week: CHF 200 for one week of lessons (entrance included)
2nd Child: 10% discount
3rd Child: 20% discount
4th child: 30% discount
Terms and Conditions:
Please note that we do not offer any replacement courses in case of absence, even due to illness.
We do not offer trial lessons.
In the rare event that we cancel a lesson due to technical reasons, we offer a make-up lesson and not a refund.
Payment for the entire term is due prior to the first lesson.
Registration is by term. Each child has one lesson per week at the same time throughout the term.
Our pool is a teaching pool and we are only open during teaching hours.
CHAMBESY POOL (Clair Bois)
From 4 months old - 6 years old. All levels welcome!
Choose one week or several weeks Summer lessons at our pool in Chambésy.
Lessons will be at the same time every day from Monday to Friday for 30 minutes starting from 2pm until 7.30pm. Small classes and lessons are in French & English. You can register for one or several weeks.
This pool offers the perfect environment for young children to learn how to swim. It is a small, heated indoor pool with water and air temperature of 33°c and a moveable floor.
The price is: CHF 200 for one week of Summer lessons. We apply siblings' discounts if you register several children.
For children 4 years or older or who already swim well, we have weekly summer lessons available at the 50m outdoor pool in Divonne les Bains.
To register to our weekly lessons, please fill in the form below (one per child).
Who can attend?
All children from 4 months old to 6 years old. All levels are welcome, including beginners.
Parents in the water?
For children between 4 months old and 3.5 years old, parents are with children in the water.
When children are ready to swim by themselves (normally between 2.5 - 4 years old), they become independent swimmers.
Parents wait in the waiting area where they can see their child swim. For parent and child lessons, it's only ONE parent in the water per lesson but you can change the parent each time.
How does it work?
Classes are held at the same time and on the same day once a week for the duration of the term. They will be with children of similar age/ability. Lessons are 30 minutes each. Lesson are given in French and English. We always demonstrate a skill to the children (rather than just tell them), so we can teach children with different language skills in the same class.
How do we teach?
Our “demonstrate, encourage, applaud, repeat” philosophy is the difference between children developing skills in the water and resisting. It is critical that teachers are in the water, so they can instruct children with their actions as well as their voices. This also builds the child’s confidence to try new things and make significant breakthroughs. For our younger classes, we use a lot of singing and games to keep them smiling and engaged.
Why Red Whale is different?
We ONLY teach in warm water. We recognise that it is important for children to be comfortable during swimming lessons.
Our class sizes are relatively small (max 5 kids per teacher in unaccompanied lessons, and 6 in parent-child classes), and all of our teachers are always in the water to ensure that every child (or parent) receives personal attention.
Kids are in the water and active for the entire lesson.
We follow the teaching methodology widely used in countries like Australia, USA and the UK whereby the teachers will always demonstrate skills in the water, rather than give instructions from the side of the pool.
We create a comfortable and fun environment for children in a boutique setting.
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