Movement and learning
Learning to swim offers valuable opportunities to promote the healthy development of our children. Balance, coordination, strength, endurance and quality of movement improve. The training of motor skills has a direct effect on mental development and in our fixed course groups with familiar instructors the children learn to respect each other. Therefore swimming is also an ideal preparation for school. It is easier to learn in 34°C warm water, because the muscles can work in a more relaxed way.
Every child is unique
...therefore the following guiding principles are at the heart of all our children's swimming courses:
individual encouragement, challenge and support
support and understanding of the weaknesses and strengths of our children, nourishes their trust, self-confidence and self-esteem
each at his own pace, with his previous knowledge and prerequisites
further development within an individual framework
not every swimming lesson is the same - there are good and bad days
From the age of 4.5 years at the earliest - we offer courses with and without parents - the right course for every child
Compact course: Mon-Fri: daily over 1,2 or 3 weeks - 5 x 45 min / 130 €
Seahorse Course / Pirate Course
Learn to swim during the Whitsun & summer vacations
The Whitsun & summer vacations are a special chance for your children to learn how to swim, because naturally we spend a lot of time in and around the water in summer! All information about our basic course the seahorse course can be found here.
Cancellation of course hours before conclusion of contract (e.g. due to holidays) see FAQs & AGBs
Five times a week
In the compact course, your children are with us every day from Monday to Friday, for one, two or three weeks, during the summer vacations, in the morning for swimming. This level of intensity is the best way for many children to learn to swim in big steps.
For billing of missed course hours see FAQs & AGBs
Guided small groups - number of participants adapted to the size of the pool
Sibling discounts for overlapping courses