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One to One

This is usually for children that need individual attention to gain confidence before joining a class.

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Ability Level:

One to One lessons will not be held in the Winter term.

Spaces would usually be kept specifically for children with developmental delays or behavioural issues that would hinder them in a class setting.  Rob’s Swim School is fully inclusive and the aim is to eventually integrate all children in an appropriate class, as soon as possible. These lessons would ideally be for children who need arm bands / vest / noodle / support to swim and cannot swim independently for 4 metres.

As in the Turtles class, at this stage, your little one will start to learn the core aquatic skills through focusing on developing the FUNdamental movement skills with an ongoing emphasis on safety and enjoyment for the sport.

Lesson Locations

Lessons are held at:

  • YUE Healthier Living, Aquatics Centre, Labour Avenue, Naxxar

For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, please click here.

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Autumn schedule 2021

  • Autumn Course 2021 starting week of Monday 11th October 2021.
  • The course is of  7 lessons of 30 minutes each.
  • There will be no lessons on Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd November 2021.
  • There will be no lessons on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd November 2021.
  • Last lesson will be during the week of Monday 6th December 2021.

Winter schedule 2022

  • There will be no one to one lessons in the Winter Term.

Class Checklist

Equipment needed:

  • swimming costume
  • swimming cap
  • pool shoes (flip flops/crocs /karkur)
  • 2 towels
  • armbands / vest – if usually used
  • noodle – provided by the school

Let's Get in Touch

+356 9982 4523
Notice: Winter bookings now open!

Why Rob's Swim School?

25+ Years Teaching Swimming

Roberta’s love for teaching swimming started when at the age of 14, she used to assist swimming lessons at her club and at 16, used to teach at the Amateur Swimming Association Swimming School. She worked for several years in the MFA Swimming School and in a few other swimming schools. In 2007, an opportunity came up and she started organising her own lessons. In 2008, she attended a course in the UK to acquire her ASA Level 1 Certificate in teaching Aquatics. It was then that Roberta felt the importance of having a structure in her swimming school.

She introduced several classes at different levels including an assessment sheet at the end of each term, for the child and parent to be able to follow the progress of their child. In 2010, she furthered her studies and obtained the ASA Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aquatics. Roberta is one of the few persons in Malta holding this qualification. In 2015, she continued to study further when achieving her ASA Level 2 Award in Coaching Aquatic Pre-Fundamentals, to be able to also teach children as young as 6 months. She also achieved the National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers and Coaches, specialising in Infant Life Support.