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Autistic Children: How a structured swimming class help

It has always been a common knowledge that swimming pools, in general, are dangerous to children. This is especially true for autistic children. An authoritative study earlier this year put some numbers to this horrifying fear - drowning is the most common fatal injury among...

Super Swimmies – Q&A For SwimSafer Tests

Dear Mummies and Daddies, Please right-click (or printscreen if you are using your phone) on the following images to download the Questions and Answers required for your child's Swimsafer tests. Please ensure that your children read through the questions and answers before their tests to help...

Baby Spas Could Be Hurting Your Baby

Baby Spas has been one of the biggest parenting trends in our era. Babies are more relaxed and carefree when they are in the water, as such, when babies are exhausted from being cute, they can rest and unwind in the little baby pools specially...

Tips To Giving Your Child A Sustainable Swimming Class

When it comes to any sports and games, repetition and practice is really the secret to success! Psych writer Malcolm Gladwell wrote about a 10,000 hours practice - by having 10,000 hours of delibrate practice, you will be world class in any field. Thing is, how do...

What is Dry Drowning? What is Secondary Drowning?

In 2014, mother of 4-year-old Ronin, Lindsay Kujawa, brought her son to a birthday party. It was a pool party, so everyone was in the pool, jumping around, splashing and having a good time. Ronin was sitting on the big steps in the pool area,...

What To Do If Your Child Cries During Swimming?

Swimming should be an enjoyable experience for both parents and children and no child should be placed in a stressful or intimidating environment while learning to swim. At Super Swimmies, we believe that by aggressively forcing children to learn to swim while they are crying...

How Sports Psychology Can Boost Your Exam Results

Examination period is around the corner and today's post is to teach your how to train your brain to revise well, using Sports Psychology. The three essential needs - SLEEP, EAT, EXERCISE Before you even start revising, take note that your body needs these three "ingredients", with...

Swimming With Children with A Cold and Cough

Children and Colds According to BabyCenter, children catch about six to ten colds each year. Younger children between 2 years old to 6 years old face more risks of falling sick because their immune systems are still developing and many of them have not adopted good...

Swimming Lessons Improves Children’s Maths Results

Swimming classes help children, especially those between ages 11 to 13, boost their maths grades, a study by UCL has revealed. Research has shown that children who take part in organised sports and physical activities were one and a half times more likely to reach higher...