Secondary Schools

Swim and Survive Program

Our Swim and Survive Program is a fun and interactive swimming and water safety program that provides students with the opportunity to develop important life skills. This experience will enable students to participate in aquatic related activities within a safe, friendly and supervised environment.

Students will be educated in a variety of water skills such as water familiarisation, swimming skill development, personal survival, basic rescues and lifesaving skills.

At the conclusion of each program, students will enjoy a fun day to celebrate their achievements. Activities can include use of the Wave Pool and Giant Inflatables.

Program includes:

  • Affordable/Flexible packages and options
  • Experienced AUSTSWIM Qualified Instructors
  • 8-10 lessons: Flexible booking options (intensive or weekly classes)
  • 40min – 1hour lessons
  • Structured lessons
  • Flexible class ratios
  • Swimming Cap       
  • Victorian Water Safety Certificate
  • Fun Day to conclude the program
  • Wave Pool at Monash Aquatic & Recreation Centre
  • Certificates
  • Student Assessments
  • Buses (Optional)  
  • Available at Monash Aquatic & Recreation Centre and Clayton Aquatics & Health Club


How to Book:

Please contact the Centre on 9265 4888 or complete the enquiry form to organise a Swim and Survive program for your school.

Other Secondary School Programs:

Other programs available for secondary schools include our Water Safety ProgramSurf Skills and a Fun Day at Monash Aquatic & Recreation Centre.



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