22/02/2016

JEM Swim School - New JEM Horizons

JEM Swim School is an innovative, progressive and very successful Northern Ireland family run swimming school that has been established since 2002.

We have now partnered with 4NI to promote and advertise our full range of services and classes to the greater public.

We offer swimming classes for all ages which we have established over the years. We provide water babies classes for tiny little one's from only 4 weeks old, and move on to 1-9mth, 9-18mth and 18-36mth, right up to 80yr plus.

From 3 years we offer our water ducks class, this is for kids who aren't ready to mum or dad just yet, so they can join JEM's and be accompanied into class with parental support.

Our independent swimming classes then progress with beginners, who can join a class from only 3 years old ... with mum or dad watching very close by within touching distance, should they need it.

Our range of classes and private lessons then progress through the various stages and abilities, beginners plus, improvers, swimmers so that any pupil can start their swimming lesson experience in an appropriate peer or ability group and develop their aquatic skills.

JEM has pioneer the 'Teacher in the Pool' approach and we have found just how important and productive this method is in providing in-pool demonstrations and reassuring support.
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JEM is unique in both its approach and it's services, we understand just how hectic life can be today, so we provide the full age group range of classes at our sessions. This means parents can actually have their 2 or 3 children placed within our programme on the same day and often the same time, and maybe even a water babies class to mum and baby too! This really is a time saver and a very convenient service that many of our parents appreciate and take advantage off.

Continuing with our innovative trend, JEM have now introduced a brand new concept for pregnant Mums called JEM Baby Bumps.

JEM Bumps is our specialist aqua-natal yoga course developed with birthlight aqua-natal yoga. This class gives mum's a chance to relax and exercise too. JEM Bump classes provide an excellent opportunity to promote health for mum and her baby-to-be, this will help with health and developmental progress.

We have a new term commencing on 28 February and would like to invite everyone onto our programme. We have a very easy, intuitive booking website, www.JemSwimSchool.com that allows 24/7 bookings with payment and confirmation all possible within just a few minutes. We are also available for calls on any queries or questions you may have, so don't hesitate to get in touch, call, email, text or book we'll be here to help you.

Why not hop over to our website now and see if we can provide you and your children with those first crucial steps towards a safe and independent swimming life skill.

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