More time for summertime in Ireland’s best swim academy

Summer is fast approaching, and two types of parents will emerge with the sunshine. One will have everything in place, the entire summer organised from June to September and look forward to a few blissful months with their little ones. The other type- definitely more common- are those who panic at the very thought of two or three months to negotiate…

It’s important for our little ones to take time out of their routine to relax and spend quality time with family. This can be tough if you need to factor in all the activities must be attended during the year. From ballet classes to football practice, these delightful pass-times tend to spoil family summer plans. However, things are a little different at Aura Swim Academy- the perfect place to start organising your summer plans.

This year, avoid the stress by enrolling your little fish in Aura Swim Academy. Ireland’s best swim academy will run as normal over the summer, with their eight-week term starting on June 24. However, Aura has introduced a four-week summer term to help stifle the pressure of having to stay local for eight weeks of the summer. This means little swimmers won’t miss out on lessons, making things easier to get back into the swing of things come September- we all know how that can go.

Swim Academy Summer will be broken into two blocks, with swimmers attending two classes per week over four weeks. The first block of four-week lessons begins on the June 24 and the second on the July 22.

The four weeks will be taught with the same eight-week syllabus as before- hassle free!

Little ducklings can begin their lessons at age three and can progress through ten levels. Play and sing along in heated learner pools, to classic nursery rhymes in Swim Baby and Swim Tots- perfect for your tiny tots!

For more info on this fab opportunity, visit auraleisure.ie.  If you wish to chat with some friendly, informative staff, contact your local Aura leisure centre.  

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