Come and join our Holiday Intensive Swimming Program these summer school holidays!
The Holiday Intensive Swimming Program (HISP) at Sydney Uni Swim School is a concentrated swimming and water safety program conducted over five consecutive days.
Swimming during the school holidays is a great alternative to lessons throughout the term for families with busy schedules.
For those already enrolled Sydney Uni Learn to Swim program, this program will assist children in consolidating skills they need to complete in order to achieve that next level, or to kick start your progress into a new level.
Private lessons can also be tailored to assist swimmers in achieving specific goals.
Learn to Swim - Preschool & School Age, Special Needs, Private Instruction and School Carnival Preparation
Our intensive programs are available January 2019 between 8:30 -11.30am and afternoons 3.30 – 6pm, with attendance Monday - Friday.
Lesson length varies based on the level of the class 30-45 mins.
We will offer the same small class sizes as in our term program. Please see our timetable below.
Bookings and fees
Enrolments open December 3
To book a school holiday swim intensive or an assessment, please contact us on 9351 8735 or visit us at the reception desk during swim school hours.
Current Swim School members can book a class in the school holiday swim intensive program at their current level.
New participants are required to undertake an assessment prior to booking a class. These will be conducted by appointment from Decemeber 3. Contact us on 9351 8735 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees are payable prior to the commencement of swimming lessons and enrolments will not be processed without payment.
Payments can be made by credit card, EFTPOS or cash.
Current program prices
$92.50 first child
$88.00 second child
$83.50 third child
Our on deck supervisors are responsible for the promotion of students through our levels.
Holiday Swim Intensive Program participants will be assessed during the last day of the program. Please see the supervisor on this day regarding your child’s readiness for the next level.
They will assist in transferring levels should your swimmer be promoted in HISP.