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Qualified for Summer 28th November 2016

Golden Bay Swimming Club are ready to help more people in their community this summer after five of their volunteers completed their Swimming New Zealand...

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Soon to be teachers boost aquatic education skills 25th November 2016

Students from Victoria University in Wellington have had their perceptions on swim teaching changed after attending a Kiwi Swim Safe/Water Skills for Life training session...

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Plimmerton School ready for another season of swimming 09th November 2016

Plimmerton School in Wellington has found the formula for a sustainable and beneficial learn to swim programme for their students.

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Waihi College Students Gain Swim Teacher Award 02nd November 2016

A group of Waihi College students will finish this year with more than their usual academic achievements with the addition of a Swimming New Zealand...

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Swimming New Zealand seeks Education Advisors 01st November 2016

Swimming New Zealand is looking for people who are passionate about Kiwis having the skills and knowledge to enjoy the water safely.

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Waikato Trainee Teachers enjoy Kiwi Swim Safe Course 31st October 2016

A group of third year trainee teachers from Te Wananga o Aotearoa Mangakotukutuku Campus in Hamilton have this month added aquatic education to their teaching...

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Kiwi kids launch into aquatic education 21st October 2016

For many, Labour Weekend signals the opening of school pools and the start of aquatic education for many Kiwi kids.

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Gold for Easyswim Swim School 20th October 2016

Wellington’s Easyswim Swim School are celebrating a number of success stories this month.

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Swimmers make a splash at Swim School Showdown 17th October 2016

More than 150 children from YMCA Auckland Swim Schools have recently stepped up to the challenge and experienced competitive swimming.

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Early Childhood Swim Teacher Award 13th October 2016

Just as young children need time to learn to crawl and walk, movement and skills in the water take time to develop sequentially.

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