AWARDS & CELEBRATIONS
We love seeing those big smiles when our swimmers receive their swimming awards. Every child receives a badge, certificate and swim school report on the last lesson of each term to celebrate the progress they have made during the term.
HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT JH2O'S ROOKIE LIFEGUARD CLASSES?
We teach the Royal Life Saving Society's (RLSS) Rookie Lifeguard programme, which gives children the skills they need to be confident in the pool or in an open water environment. JH2O's Rookie Lifeguard classes are on Fridays at 5.30pm at The Natatorium Timeshare Pool and the Rookie Lifeguard programme is designed for 8 to 12 year olds, although older children are very welcome too!
The Rookie Lifeguard programme teaches children how to enjoy water safely, whether in shallow or deep water, and teaches valuable survival and rescue skills. The Rookie Lifebuard course is part of Swim England's Learn To Swim Pathway programme too, so it compliments the work we do in our stroke technique classes and is suitable for swimmers working on Swim England's Stage 6 to Stage 10 awards.
For more details, please contact us!
All of JH2O's classes are taught at The Natatorium timeshare pool in Howe, a hidden gem of a pool, located between Brooke and Poringland, 5 miles south-east of Norwich. The pool temperature is a very comfortable 32 degrees. The pool, with varying water depths from 0.3 metres to 2.0 metres, it is ideal for JH2O's classes as we teach all ages and abilities, from parent and baby, toddlers and school age children, to adults. Why not take a look at The Natatorium's website: www.thenatatorium.co.uk.
We have comprehensive measures in place to ensure the safety of our customers and our team. These measures adhere to the UK Government's and Swim England's Covid-19 hygiene and safety guidelines. We attend online training to ensure we are up to date with the latest guidance and our safety measures and risk assessments are adapted and amended accordingly, to comply with the official guidance and incorporate any changes that are introduced by the UK Government and/or Swim England.