Learn To Swim Policies

Supervision Policy

All children swimming in the Learn to Swim Program/Holiday Program must be actively supervised, at all times, by a parent or carer sixteen years or older.

 

It is the parent/carer's responsibility to accompany their child to the bathroom during a lesson.

Health Policy

1. Do not attend swimming if you have flu like symptoms or whilst waiting for a COVID test
2. Do not swim if you have had diarrhoea in the past 14 days.
3. Papilloma/molluscum/warts or other infectious skin conditions must be treated and covered prior to pool entry.​
4. Use toilet and shower before using the swimming pool.
5. Swimming caps must be worn in the water at all times. 
6. Healthy Swimming Practices must be adopted by all centre users.

Change Room Policy

At no time are persons 5 years and over, permitted to enter the change room of the opposite gender.

 

Carers wishing to change or dress their children over the age of 5 years and of the opposite gender may use the disable /family change room (people with disabilities will have priority when using this facility).

Visual Recording Equipment

Any item capable of recording visually must not be used in the change room. This includes mobile phones.

Visual recording equipment must not be used in the  Aquatic Centre without permission from the Centre Manager.

Healthy Swimming Practices

1. Shower and wash with soap before you enter the water.

2. Toilet children before their lesson.

3. Change nappies in nappy-changing areas, not by the poolside.

4. Wash your hands thoroughly after going to the toilet or handling nappies.

5. Children who have not been toilet trained should wear tight-fitting waterproof nappies.​

6. Avoid swallowing water.

Access and Parking Arrangements

1. Entry and exit into the college is only permitted via Gate 4, Parer Street. Monday - Saturday.

2. Parking is permitted in the senior school car park.

3. Parking is NOT permitted beyond the boom gates installed at the entrances into the college.

4. Comply with all speed limit signs.

5. Pedestrian Gate 5 will be open during daylight hours and close once darkness falls.