Swim England Stage 2

Your child will develop safe entries to the water and will continue to practice floating, travel and rotation in the water.

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Swimmers can still use aids e.g. arm bands and floats to help complete this stage. By the end of Stage 2 of the Swim England Learn to Swim Framework, your child should have reached 12 outcomes:

1. Blow bubbles a minimum of three times rhythmically, with nose and mouth submerged.
2. Move from a flat floating position on the back and return to standing without support.
3. Move from a flat floating position on the front and return to standing without support.
4. Push from a wall and glide on the back – arms can be by the side or above the head.
5. Push from a wall and glide on the front with arms extended.
6. Travel using a recognised leg action with feet off the pool floor on the back for 5 metres.
7. Travel using a recognised leg action with feet off the pool floor on the front for 5 metres.
8. Perform a tuck to rotate from a flat floating position on the front, to a back floating position, then return to standing.
9. Perform a tuck to rotate from a flat floating position on the back, to a front floating position, then return to standing.
10. Perform a log roll from the back to the front.
11. Perform a log roll from the front to the back.
12. Exit the water without support.

 

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