Mummy and Me Magazine August 2014 September 2014 - Page 16

Birth & Beyond LEARN TO SWIM WITH PUDDLE DUCKS P uddle Ducks a complete learn to swim journey. From precious bumps in our Aquanatal classes, through toddler and preschool years in our Baby and Pre-School Classes. Developing into graceful swimmers in our school aged Swim Academy classes. Puddle Ducks classes are packed full of fun - watch as your youngster develops into a confident swimmer without even realising they are learning to swim! We offer simple steps to a lifetime love of swimming. We recognise that every child is different: our fantastic teachers adapt each activity to suit each child, nurturing water confidence so that your child will become a happy little swimmer. You can be assured that your youngster will be taught by the best – our carefully selected teachers have all the qualities you’d want for your child; highly trained, passionate, caring, professional, nurturing, fun and loved by our swimmers. Just ask one of our mummies…… “Puddle Ducks – thank you! C M Our elder son started with Puddle Ducks at 12 weeks old against my husbands better judgement (too expensive, daddy can teach him). I wanted to ensure their safety if we were ever around water on holiday. Y CM MY CY CMY I have found Puddle Ducks lessons to be safe and great fun. They are clearly structured and carefully planned to take account of not only the interest level and skill development for age and stage, but also the little individual personalities in each class. K Both John and I have made great progress and I’ve watched even the most reluctant of little people and their nervous parents become happy and confident in the water. 16 | WWW.MUMMYANDMEMAGAZINE.CO.UK Individual attention is assured. John recently experienced what Puddle Ducks call “the wobbles”. Reassured that this is quite normal, we were given achievable variations on class activities to building his confidence. And the reluctant husband? He now believes Puddle Ducks is worth every penny! We can’t wait for John’s little brother to start next term! ”