Midrand Swimming Lessons Nursery & Primary School Transport Service Announced

Bubbles Swim School in Midrand, South Africa, has launched a new service for nearby nurseries and primary schools. It includes transport to and from the venue and access to highly qualified instructors.

Midrand, South Africa - January 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Bubbles Swim School has launched a new service for nearby nursery, pre-primary and primary schools, which includes transport from the schools to the swimming facility and back. The swimming facility includes a very large indoor pool and highly qualified instructors.

More information can be found at: http://bubblesswimschool.co.za

The swim school offers lessons for all age ranges, from 6-month old babies through to children and adults. Schools are encouraged to sign up for the 2019 year as soon as possible, because places are filling up fast.

School pupils will be able to learn to swim in an all-year-round heated swimming pool with lessons tailored to their skill level. The team at Bubbles Swim School can cater to children of all levels, from beginner to advanced.

Every instructor is experienced and highly qualified, with teachers registered with both SSA & PBSTA. They each also have a valid Heartsaver CPR certificate, giving both the pupils and their parents peace of mind.

Bubbles Swimming School launched in 2002, and since then the company has constructed its own specialist facility to provide learners with the best environment and experience.

The facility includes a heated indoor pool, and further to this, the entire building is designed with a pleasant, warm temperature in mind. It consistently maintains a comfortable temperature for swimmers.

The company states: “We are proud to work with primary schools all over Midrand and provide safe transportation services to pick up the children for swimming lessons weekly. We have qualified, trusted drivers who align with our values.”

Teaching children to swim can have huge benefits both for their health, wellbeing and safety. Swimming is a great way to ensure a good level of exercise, and it’s also incredibly important for overall safety.

Drowning is the second leading cause of death for anyone aged between 5-24, so learning to swim at a young age can help to prevent this.

It is also a great cardiovascular workout that promotes good lung health, can improve strength, flexibility, stamina and other aspects of wellbeing.

Full details can be found on the URL above. Interested parties can get in touch on 083 306 0689.

Contact Info:
Name: Yolanda Mc Lean
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bubbles Swim School
Address: 32 Brand Road President Park, Midrand, Gauteng 1685, South Africa
Phone: +27-83-306-0689
Website: http://www.bubblesswimschool.co.za/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 469282

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