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Waikato Trainee Teachers enjoy Kiwi Swim Safe Course 31st October 2016

A group of third year trainee teachers from Te Wananga o Aotearoa Mangakotukutuku Campus in Hamilton have this month added aquatic education to their teaching...

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Kiwi kids launch into aquatic education 21st October 2016

For many, Labour Weekend signals the opening of school pools and the start of aquatic education for many Kiwi kids.

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Gold for Easyswim Swim School 20th October 2016

Wellington’s Easyswim Swim School are celebrating a number of success stories this month.

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Swimmers make a splash at Swim School Showdown 17th October 2016

More than 150 children from YMCA Auckland Swim Schools have recently stepped up to the challenge and experienced competitive swimming.

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Early Childhood Swim Teacher Award 13th October 2016

Just as young children need time to learn to crawl and walk, movement and skills in the water take time to develop sequentially.

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Taranaki students ready to have fun and stay safe in the water this summer 06th October 2016

Students from Coastal Taranaki School are learning the skills they need to keep them safer in and around the water this coming summer.

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Hutt Swimming Club upskill their coaches 28th September 2016

Hutt Swimming Club pride themselves on delivering quality skilled coaching whilst introducing local youth to the joy of swimming.

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Te Awamutu Swimming Club celebrates growth and success 23rd September 2016

A swimming club has been in existence in some form in the Waipa District since around 1908 and has seen many changes over the years...

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Te Rapa Primary School Teachers relish the opportunity to upskill in the water 15th September 2016

Te Rapa Primary School in Hamilton are making sure their students get the best water safety and learn to swim education possible.

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Top marks for teenage swim teacher 09th September 2016

Sixteen-year-old Ollie is already making his mark as a swim teacher and helping those in his community gain the skills to be safer and more...

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