Category: Swim School

10/11/2021 0 Comments

Jubilee Reopens November 13th!

It’s time to make a splash!

We are so glad to have you and your family enjoying our facility and we are excited to welcome back our Learn To Swim program from Saturday 13th November with the first debit on Friday 19th November.

Please note due to the current public health orders by the VIC Government you will need to be fully vaccinated to enter the centre. This is important. Everyone aged 16 years and over must have had both shots of your COVID-19 vaccine to enter our facilities. Please show proof at entry. This includes both using the facility and accompanying children to swimming lessons.

If you need to cancel swimming lessons please click here to complete a cancellation request no later than midday, Thursday 11th November. If we are unable to run your child’s lesson due to staff availability we will reach out to you separately.

If you have any questions or queries please email us at

We look forward to seeing you in the water.

21/10/2021 0 Comments

Bankstown Reopened on October 30th!

We are so excited to see all our students back in the water, here is a friendly reminder about the restrictions in place at our facility.

  • We are safe
    We have been hard at work updating out COVID safe plans and making sure your facility is sparking clean and ready for your return.
  • We are vaccinated
    Every team member you meet will have been double jabbed.
  • Swimming Lessons returned on Saturday, 30 October, with the first debit ocurring on Friday, 05 November.
    If you were enrolled in the program before we closed, we have kept your spot in the program ready for your return. If you are not ready or unable to return to swimming lessons please complete our lesson cancellation form.
  • You will need to be fully vaccinated to enter the centre
    This is important. Everyone aged 16 years and over must have had both shots of your COVID-19 vaccine to enter our facilities. Please show proof at entry. This includes both using the facility and accompanying children to swimming lessons.
  • Checking In
    It is a requirement to check in on the NSW QR Code. Please show your Green Tick to staff at entry.
  • Mask Wearing
    All members and guests over the age of 13 will be required to wear a mask while in the Centre unless you are swimming or are doing strenuous exercise.
  • Good Hygiene
    Social distancing and hygiene measures must be adhered to when visiting the Centre.
  • Stay home if you are unwell
    If you are unwell; or if you are not permitted to attend under the current health orders, please do not attend.
  • Follow Team Member Advice
    All members and guests are required to follow the direction of our staff or any law enforcement officer.
  • Be Kind
    This is a challenging time for all our customers and staff. We kindly request that you are patient with team members and fellow facility users alike as we all adjust to this new normal

We appreciate that this is a lot to cover. If you have any queries or concerns please contact us at

The team at Bluey’s Bankstown

03/09/2020 0 Comments

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!

New level names & structure

You will remain in exactly the same classes however the level names will change. You will notice the structure of our program is slightly different.
Click here to view the level conversion between your current program and Bluey’s Swim School.

Change in payment frequency

The price of swimming lessons will remain the same however we will be moving to a fortnightly payment frequency with the first debit taking place on Friday 11th September. To view our debit calendar please click here.

New discount structure

Our discount structure is slightly different from what you were used to. Below is a link to the discounts that will be applicable to your lessons.
Click here for more information about our class discounts.

New parent portal

You will receive a separate email next week giving you access to our parent portal. The process for marking an absence, booking your make up and checking level progression will remain the same with a newer customer-friendly layout.

Holiday period & public holidays

Like Ezyswim, our Bluey’s program continues throughout the year, swimming through the School Holidays. Classes do not run on Public Holidays and we have a short break over Christmas and New Year. This year the last day of lessons is 21st December 2020 and students will return on 4th January 2021.
Click here to view the calendar.


What other locations do Bluey's Swim School operate from?

Bluey's Swim School is a BlueFit Swimming brand which operate more than 25 Swim Schools across Australia. 

Will the teachers remain the same?

All teachers are remaining through the changeover, which is a fantastic outcome for the program and ensures your child has continuity with their lessons.

Is there anything I need to do when I arrive for my first Bluey's Swimming lesson?

No, everything remains the same. Through September we will distribute Bluey's Swim School student cards to scan for entry. Once you have scanned in, you will be given a coloured token. Before your child enters the lesson, they can then place the token in the corresponding box in front of your lesson area. In the first few weeks, this will be the same area you are used to, however, it may change as we shift classes around slightly. Lane maps will be available at reception. Students are required to have a guardian with them to enter the facility.

I wish to know how my child is progressing – who do I ask?

We assess all children in the program every 4-6 weeks in their class. We continually monitor all children’s progress in conjunction with their swim teacher. If you wish to discuss your child’s progress, please speak to the Pool Deck Coordinators who are always on duty. It is the Pool Deck Coordinators' role to provide customer service and feedback on program participants. As you can appreciate, our swim instructors need to focus on their class at all times!

What happens if my child is sick & is unable to attend lessons?

Students will be able to mark themselves absent up to 14 days before and 2 hours prior to their lesson via the parent portal. Students have 12 make up lesson per calendar year per booking. Makeup lessons are not transferable or refundable. All class management is done through the parent portal.

Send your feedback

Transitions provide an opportunity for us to implement change, please feel free to provide any feedback on current operations to

09/01/2020 0 Comments

Bluey’s Swim school Learn to Swim Program @Jubilee

We are very excited to introduce Bluey’s Swim School to the Jubilee Community in Wyndham Vale.  Jubilee Club One offers a state of the art indoor aquatic facility, making it the perfect environment for learning to swim! 

Bluey’s Swim School is a fun new program developed by BlueFit Swimming designed for private learn to swim facilities. The Bluey’s program has a focus on water safety and building confidence in the aquatic environment. 

This structured learn to swim program caters for babies from 4 months old through to adults. With classes running year-round you can enrol whenever the time is right for you and your family! 

Booking are now open for our swimming program starting this Summer! Secure your spot by clicking the link below:

09/01/2020 0 Comments

10 Things our swimming teachers would like you to know

Being able to swim competently can save your child’s life. For this reason we want all parents to understand that our swim teachers take the time to get to know each and every child in their class. We work with each individual child’s strengths, weaknesses, and work hard to bring out the best performance in each child.

In order to help us achieve this, here are 10 things that our swim teachers would like you all to know

Children learn at their own pace:

Some children will be able to swim like a fish from their very first swimming lesson, while other’s will take longer. Each child may need to initially build rapport with their instructor before they can physically progress. Each child needs to develop the strength they need to propel themselves through the water.

It’s all progress, it’s all development, it’s all important. Try not to compare your child to others, they are trying their best!

We all learn differently:

Similar to learning at their own pace, children also learn their own way. Some children will respond to a quiet and gentle teacher, while others will be better suited to a stricter more direct approach.

While we try our very best to teach your child, sometimes your child is not necessarily best suited to a particular teacher. Please talk to the staff as they may be able to assist in trialling a different teacher or approach.

Let them play:

Outside of their regular swimming lessons, the very best thing you can do for your child’s progression is to enjoy the aquatic environment. Do not worry about the technique, teach them that the water is FUN and enjoyable.

Your children want you to be proud of them:

Sometimes it can be frustrating to see your child’s progress plateau, or to see other children progress more quickly. There can be so many developmental reasons behind this. They do want to do well, they do love your praise, and they do check to see you are watching.

Acknowledge every little step forward as these are the building blocks to the strokes that will be developed.

We all have bad days:

Sometimes your child will be tired, uncooperative, grumpy. Human, we understand. Please let us know if you can, and remember that we all have bad days. Generally speaking, the best way to handle this is to be persistent with the lesson. If your child climbs out early, this will become their expectation each week.

The lesson may not be the best lesson, but seeing the lesson through will set a precedent for the future.

Being on time is important:

We understand that this is easier said then done sometimes. However, arriving with enough time to assist your child in getting used to their surroundings before they are thrown into their lesson really does make the world of difference.

While children have no concept of time, they are incredibly in tune with their parents. If you are rushed or anxious children pick up on these feelings and can be transferred into the lesson.

If you are late, STOP and take a deep breath which may ease the transition into the lesson.

It’s best to stay committed:

Physical activity and group sports are fantastic for your children, but swimming is a vital survival skill. Maintaining your commitment to swimming lessons is the best way to develop your child’s strength and capability in and around the water.

Children pay more attention than we realise:

Routine is important and it is proven that children learn best through routine. If your child has a lesson with a new teacher or a teacher who is covering try to be excited for them, keep them calm.

Through the lesson structure and routine the children will find familiarity. All lessons are delivered in the same structure and will offer all children the ability to learn and progress.

You can talk to us:

While we know our job, you know your child. Feel free to talk to our Pool Deck Coordinators about any past experiences, injuries, illnesses, bad days that may assist us.

With that said we teach a lot of children so your trust in us and our teaching structure and methods goes along way.

We really do love your kids:

Even when they are challenging. In fact, sometimes those challenges make the rewards that bit sweeter. Your children are strong, clever, funny and the reason we love our job!

We genuinely enjoy our time with your children. Working out their personalities and watching them grow. We are so proud of them when they master a new skill or overcome their fear.
Thank you for trusting us to teach your child to swim!

09/01/2020 0 Comments

Benefits Of Learning To Swim At A Young Age

Being in Australia we are surrounded by water wherever we go. By exposing children to water and swimming at an early age it will help prepare them for a life of fun activities such as pool parties, beach holidays, surfing, etc. With this being the case, we’ve found the top 5 benefits of learning to swim at a young age:

Life and life-saving skill:

To feel comfortable in the water and being able to swim is a life skill that will give you confidence and increase your water safety. Hopefully, you’ll never find yourself in a situation but if the time comes you’ll feel confident enough to hold your head above water and help those around you to do the same.

Physical benefits:

If you’re looking for a fun workout, you cannot beat swimming. Swimming is a full-body workout that engages your legs, upper body, core, lats and triceps. Although it might not seem like it, swimming will use more of your body’s major muscle groups than any other form of cardio.

Social Skills:

Going to swimming lessons or join a local swim club is a great way for children to play, interact and learn to take direction. This can set them up for social skills that will benefit them for life.

Challenging and rewarding:

Swimming offers a workout that can be both challenging and rewarding, whether you’re a new swimmer looking to improve your fitness or a competitive swimmer looking to improve on your personal best it will allow you to improve and feel great with every milestone.

Lifelong Skill:

Swimming is a skill that you are unlikely to forget over time. Similar to riding a bike, you may be out of practice but once you’re in the water it will come back. This is a great skill to have because as you get older, swimming has a very low impact on the body’s joint and can be a form of exercise you can continue to do.

At Bluey’s Swim School our lessons start at 4 months old! Contact us today to find a suitable class time for you!