Intermediate Level 02 "Swim like a Shark"
Main Outcomes- ISA Key Sequence 3: Kick-Float-Kick (Independent), intro to push and glides, independent diving and jumps.
Having mastered ISA’s Key Sequence 2 “Kick-Float-Kick” (Guided) on the Intermediate 1 level, your child will learn ISA’s Key Sequence 3 “Kick-Float-Kick” (Independent). Now, they are fully independent swimming around in the water. They will learn how to swim with flippers – which allows them to feel the speed and power that they will eventually create on their own.
What your child will learn
Your child will learn to orientate themselves to find a safe point in the pool.
Your child will learn to move independently through the water and to control their own breathing and resting.
Your child will now be introduced to more advanced techniques in anticipation of learning traditional swimming strokes.
Learning to swim like a pro
Instructors will teach fun exercises in preparation for learning swimming strokes, such as pushing and gliding on front and back with kicking.
Enjoying the water safely
They will master knee-dives and jumps to retrieve sinkers, and be introduced to a standing dive, among many other skills.
We let them shine!
Children as young as 2.5 years old attending this level are invited to participate in our swimming galas in an 8 metres event to show off their impressive “kick-float-kick” skill to their parents and the other children!
We welcome parents in
We do encourage parents to get into the water with us at least once before going on holiday or taking your child swimming outside of lessons so that you can be taught the best way to support your child’s learning in the water.
We don't leave anyone behind
While our programme is suitable for all ages and abilities, lessons will progress at a pace suitable for each individual. Lessons may look slightly different as we cater to your child’s developmental age and needs.
How long it will take for my child to learn?
How quickly your child moves through the levels depends on your child’s developmental age and abilities. Each individual will progress at their own rate.
Babies up to 12 months
Toddlers up to 3 years old
Children aged 3 years +
*Please note: this is an approximation based on regular attendance of one short 10-minute lesson per week, depending on the child and your consistency in attendance. You can tailor your child’s lesson length following a 10-minute slot increment charge; e.g. 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes etc. In a 20 or 30 minute 1:1 ISA lesson, there is more time for building up a relationship with the instructor, play and accelerated learning.