HEALTH UPDATE

WEDNESDAY 28TH JULY 2021

Bankstown

 
COVID UPDATE

As per this week’s announcement, we will remain closed due to the NSW Government stay at home orders being extended.

We miss you, and we can’t wait to invite you back into the Centre, but we know these orders are in place to keep our community safe.

We anticipate reopening on Saturday 28th August 2021. In the meantime, we have linked a few great ways to keep you and your family active while at home, we hope you enjoy it! You can view more of these workouts, lessons, activities and more on our BFit @ Home website here.

In the meantime, should you have any questions relating to the closure, please email us at bankstown@blueysswimschool.com.au.

BLUEFIT SWIMMING

Freestyle kick technique

BODY COMBAT

with Roman & Silvia

BLUEFIT SWIMMING

Infant bath 

drills

BARRE

with Izzy

BLUEFIT SWIMMING

Bilateral 

breathing

FX30

with Scott

Tuesday 20th July 2021

Jubilee

COVID UPDATE

As per today’s Government announcement, we will remain closed for another week due to the Victorian lockdown being extended, reopening on Wednesday, 28 July.
 
During this period, access for all residents and guests will be suspended. 

Learn to swim families will not be charged for lessons during the closure. Your spot in the program will remain secure for the reopening of the facility and we will communicate this with you along the way. Credits will be applied for any lessons paid for in advance. There is no action for you required and nothing will be charged.
 
While the closure of Club Jubilee One is regrettable, the health and safety of the Jubilee community remains our highest priority.
 
Thank you for your cooperation, patience and understanding.  Please take care of yourselves and your family during this time.

Stay safe,

The Club Jubilee One Team

Thursday 8th July 2021

Bankstown

 
COVID UPDATE

As per today’s announcement, we will remain closed due to the NSW Government’s stay at home orders being extended.
We miss you, and we can’t wait to see our students back in the water, but we know these orders are in place to keep our community safe.

Just a reminder that all lessons have been put on hold without charge until we can reopen. No action is required by you. Any payments made in advance of the closure are being held for you and will be credited in the next payment period after reopening and all enrolments and places in classes remain secure.

As always we will closely monitor the situation and provide further updates if required. In the meantime, should you have any questions relating to the closure, please email us at bankstown@blueysswimschool.com.au.

Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you back in the pool soon!

Thursday 1st July 2021

Bankstown

 
COVID UPDATE

NSW Health currently advises that anyone who attended Bluey’s Bankstown all day on Saturday, June 26, is a close contact. They should self-isolate and seek testing immediately, and stay in isolation for a full 14 days, regardless of the result.

Bluey’s has provided all required information to NSW Health, our facilities are deep cleaned every night, and we are very confident in our COVID Safe Plan.

Your safety is our priority, and as a number of our key staff are now in isolation too, we will not reopen as planned on Saturday the 10th of July. We now plan to reopen on Monday the 12th of July.

For the latest information and health advice please visit the NSW Health website here.

Take care and stay safe.

SATURDAY 26th JUNE 2021

Bankstown

In line with the directions issued by the NSW State Government, we will be closed from 6pm on Saturday, 26 June, with a view to re-opening on Saturday morning, 10th July 2021.

During the closure, we will be unable to operate our Learn to In line with the directions issued by the NSW State Government, we will be closed from 6pm on Saturday, 26 June, with a view to re-opening on Saturday morning, 10 July 2021.During the closure, we will be unable to operate our Learn to Swim program. For those with lessons scheduled during the fortnight, we’ve placed a credit on your account. No action is required on your behalf. Learn to Swim lesson days and times in the program will remain secure for the reopening of the facility.We appreciate this is an emerging situation and will provide further updates if required. In the meantime, should you have any specific questions relating to the closure, please email us at enquiries@blueysswimschool.com.auStay safe, The Bluey’s Team

FRIDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2020
Bluey’s Swim School Bankstown is Re-Opening 14th September

We are excited that Learn to Swim lessons at Bluey’s Swim School Bankstown will begin this Monday 14th September.

As a critical part of our commencement, we have implemented measures to ensure the safety and health of both our students and instructors are at the forefront of your return. Minor changes may have been made to the lesson programming, as we continue to deliver safe and high-quality lessons.

All lessons will now re-commence Monday 14th September, with the first debit on Friday 11th September for the 2 week period following.

For more information about our COVID safe policies please click the link below. We look forward to teaching you!

THURSDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER 2020
Bluey’s Swim School launches at Bankstown

We are excited to take over the management of the Swim School in Bankstown which re-opens on Monday 14th September! We have worked with the Ezyswim team to ensure a seamless transition which includes the retention of existing staff.

It is important to note that when you attend your lesson you will continue to have the same teacher that your child is comfortable with. Below is a range of information about this change and your lessons. Importantly, there is nothing you need to do for this transition. You will see the team in different uniforms, new facility signage and the level names will change, however, it is very much business as usual.

We’re excited by the change and look forward to seeing you all in the next couple of weeks!

For more information visit here.

FRIDAY 13th march 2020

Dear members & patrons, 

We understand that with so much information relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19)  going around in the media, you may have concerns about how the situation is being managed at Jubilee Club One, as a large public facility.

Please understand that the safety, health and well-being of our customers and staff is always our top priority. Our centre continues to be a public facility and workplace that remains safe to attend. 
At this point we will be remaining open during our regular hours and classes will not be impacted. 
We want you to feel confident when you’re using our facilities. We have and will continue to put in place a number of proactive measures to protect customers and staff well-being:

  • Hand sanitiser available throughout the facility.
  • Thorough cleaning and sanitisation practices throughout the centre
  • Multilingual signage relating to personal hygiene in key areas.
  • If you are returning from any of the affected countries, you should follow the advice of the Australian Government’s Department of Health as set out on their website.
  • Regular updates will be placed on this website. 
Swimming:

Chlorinated water has a long documented history of preventing the spread of viruses, however it is important to maintain good personal hygiene at all times. This includes:

  • Showering before using the facilities
  • Washing hands after using changing facilities.
Outside The Pool:

It’s important that we all practice safe hygiene practices during this time. This includes:

  • Cleaning your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Covering your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or a flexed elbow
  • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.
  • Practice cough etiquette (keep away from other people, cover coughs and sneezes with disposable tissues or clothing, and clean your hands.)
Respect Those Around You:

We believe our staff and the communities we service are our family and we hope that everyone continues to behave and treat each other with the respect and dignity they deserve. 

What Next?

We are monitoring the situation closely, and should it be necessary to provide members with further communication, we will contact you via email, and if necessary via SMS. We also encourage casual users to visit our website regularly.

A detailed FAQ is available below. If you have any further questions please contact us via at info@bluefit.com.au.

FAQs:

We have and will continue to put in place a number of proactive measures to protect customers and staff well-being:

  • Hand sanitiser available throughout the facility.
  • Thorough cleaning and sanitisation practices throughout the centre.
  • Multilingual signage relating to personal hygiene in key areas.
 

Staff have also been briefed on updated hygiene practices to minimise the risk to themselves and customers.

In the event of a confirmed case within the facility we will be guided by the Department of Health on our next steps. Please click here for regular updates.

If you come in contact with someone who has recently returned from one of the countries identified and you suspect they may have coronavirus we ask that you do not attend the facility for 14 days.

Yes. Chlorinated water has a long documented history of preventing the spread of viruses, however it is important to maintain good personal hygiene at all times. This includes:

  • Showering before using the facilities.
  • Washing hands after using changing facilities.