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Advice to Parents

Kingston Royals Swimming Club

Advice for Parents/Guardians of Cadet Swimmers


 

During Cadet classes parents and guardians of children under 8 years of age need to stay in the building and in sight of the pool as we do not have the resources to deal with the needs of individual children that may arise.
 
All children should wear swimming costumes or trunks, please do not put them in wetsuits as these act as a buoyancy aid.
 
Children with long hair should wear a Kingston Royals White hat.  Hats can be purchased at a cost of £5.00 from the KRSC Desk located in The Malden Centre Reception area every Friday.   
 
Invoices and class moves are e-mailed out quarterly before the start of each term.  All fees are to be paid within the first 3 weeks of term.
 
Children will progress through each stage when the teacher feels they have achieved the requisite skills and confidence.  Children progress at different rates, so please bear in mind some children may move after one quarter whilst others may stay in the same stage for over a year.  If you have any concerns, please contact Jo Clark via e-mail at:-
 
 
Please do not try and discuss these with the teacher whilst they are giving lessons.
 
As with any activity, regular attendance is key to success.  Lessons should only be missed in exceptional circumstances and where absolutely necessary.  Evidence shows that children make better progress when lessons are supported by regular fun trips to the pool with parents. 
 
Once swimmers have successfully progressed through the Cadet Programme, they will be offered a place in the Academy Squad - a squad system designed to help bridge the gap between a learn-to-swim programme and a competitive training programme.
 
We also have a Junior Water Polo squad and links with Synchronised Swimming if competitive training is not for your child.
 
Remember swimming is a life skill which can lead to years of fun and other recreational sports.