How do I register for Active Leeds Homeportal?
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Child's Card ID Number will be required, this was included on the welcome to GoLearn email
Lessons are divided into stages where children will learn fundamental movement skills before having the opportunity to develop in a specific aquatic discipline. At each stage there are a range of outcomes children must achieve in order to progress to the next stage.
Children must pass all of the outcomes at each stage in order for them to pass and achieve that award. Children will be assessed on a continuous basis and will progress as they are ready. Our programme runs from preschool to stage 8. As children achieve stage 7 of the pathway there are numerous aquatic opportunities available.
Badges and certificates are available so you can chart your child's progress as they reach each milestone in their swimming lessons. These can be purchased from your leisure centre reception.
All stages of the swimming lesson programme run for 50 weeks per year and payment is by direct debit monthly.
We offer junior swimming lessons at all of our leisure centre swimming pools.
We are currently in the process of implementing a new online booking system for joining swimming lessons. In order to give priority to those already on the waiting list we will not be taking new enquiries for swimming lessons until December. Please check back here closer to the time for further details.
Should you require an assessment please contact your local leisure centre and they will arrange this for you.
Why sign up for homeportal?
- View Progress
- Complete Moves
- Reminder of child's lesson day/time
- View previous attainments
- Receive Lesson Notifications
The easiest way for a child to acquire the skills above is through fun and games. Games are an ideal way for children to develop their jigsaw of skills and may even lead to them learning how to combine one skill with another. Our swimming teachers are encouraged to teach the individual skills in a fun way to make learning fun and interesting rather than repetitious.
The Learn to Swim Pathway process ultimately results in a child being able to learn skills that are transferable to another aquatic or land based sport, such as throwing, catching, somersaults etc.