YOUNGSTERS can get back in the water after Puddle Ducks’ popular swimming lessons restarted in Malvern.
The sessions, for babies from birth up to the age of ten, alongside Aquanatal sessions for mums-to-be take, are back following the lockdown.
Puddle Ducks pushed back its relaunch date to now to ensure its venues were completely safe and fully up to date with the company’s comprehensive Covid-19 guidelines.
Since then, plenty of hard work has gone into making sure that lessons can restart safely, with the company going above and beyond to ensure the safety of their little swimmers.
Lesson plans have been rewritten lesson plans and the usual format of classes has been altered slightly.
Suzanne Horton, owner of Puddle Ducks Worcestershire, said: “We are excited to have re-started lessons and are so happy to have welcomed our children back to the pool.
“Lockdown has seen many youngsters miss out on six months of swimming, so we are delighted we can now welcome them back to lessons to continue developing their confidence in the water.”
Puddleducks – through its weekly newsletters – provided skills and activities for little learners so they could practice techniques on dry land, in their bath or their paddling pools.
“But nothing can compare to being in the pool. Learning to swim is an essential life skill, and we have made sure children can get back to lessons as safely and as soon as possible,” added Suzanne.
For a full outline of Puddle Ducks COVID-19 guidelines and measures, click here.
For more information about Puddle Ducks Worcestershire lessons, visit https://www.puddleducks.com/worcestershire .