Halloween Swimming Camp in Dublin
Halloween Intensive Swimming Lessons for Kids
The perfect way to make a splash this Halloween season!
Halloween is approaching and the weather is getting chilly. Nothing makes children happier than splashing in the water!
Turn up the spookiness this 🎃 Halloween 👻 season with an intense swimming lesson for your kids, from the pros at SwimCamp!
💁♀️ You’ll be giving them the life skills they need while creating some of the memories that will stick with them for life.
🎃 Halloween Swimming Camp for Kids Age 5+ (3 Days Intensive)
Our intensive swimming camps are aimed at those swimmers who are currently undertaking swimming lessons. We cannot accommodate swimmers who have no previous water experience. These sessions will focus on improving already established the swimmers have learnt in their lessons.
☝️Bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Don’t wait too long, we only have a few spots!
Group 1 👻
Those who have been in lessons for less than 6 months. If you swimmer cannot swim independently or requires a floatation device then this is the group for them.
Group 2 👻👻
If your swimmer is happy and comfortable in the water. They can float aided or unaided and can move short distances through the water independently. Swimmers must be comfortable exhaling while having their face is in the water.
Group 3 👻👻👻
Swimmers who can swim independently for 10m – 25m. They should have an understanding of how to move their arms and legs in frontcrawl, backcrawl and breaststroke.
☝️ PLEASE NOTE:
Our intensive halloween swimming camps are aimed at those swimmers who are currently undertaking swimming lessons. We cannot accommodate swimmers who have no previous water experience. These sessions will focus on improving already established the swimmers have learnt in their lessons.
💁♀️ Interested in Kids Swimming Lessons in your area?
We conduct swimming lessons on Fridays and Saturdays at Dalkey, Castle Park School, and we welcome new participants. All you have to do is to register for an assessment.
How did Halloween become the holiday we know and love today?
The story of Halloween is about a festival that is celebrated on the night of October 31.
It is a day of ghosts, witches, and tricks. It is a celebration of the dead and the spooky things that go bump in the night. It’s also a time for dressing up in costumes, carving pumpkins and eating lots of candy.
It has been celebrated for centuries with different origins depending on what culture you are looking at. But it’s origins can be traced back to ancient Celtic festivals or even Roman pagan customs.
The most popular story of Halloween starts with an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain which was celebrated on October 31st to mark the end of summer and harvest time.
In Ireland, Samhain was seen as a time when the veil between our world and the spirit world was thin so it was believed that spirits could come into our world more easily during this time.
So people would dress up in costumes to ward off any evil spirits they might encounter during their celebrations.
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