Swimming Lessons For Prep /1 /2

In our swimming lessons we had two teachers. Their names were Meg and Richard. Richard was funny because he jumped in the water. Meg was funny because when she wanted our attention she got a noodle and slapped it on the water. I jumped into the water.

By Amy-Rose Smith 

At the swimming pool my teacher is Paul. Paul is a mean teacher because he splashed Sara, Jessica and me. He did it when we were out of the water. When we got in the water it was cold. We started to squeal but it got warm later on.

                                                                                                                                                                    By Rianna Tatti

In swimming lessons I learnt to dive off the edge. Meg was our teacher and she showed us how to do it. She showed us how to float on our backs and she taught us how to swim. We practised kicking with a kick board up and down the pool. We had fun jumping in and climbing up the ladder. I want to go swimming again next year.
                                                                                                                                                                  By Holly Schaefer

In swimming my teacher was Meg. She let us do a pin drop. I liked doing a somersault under water. I learnt to do a somersault without my nose hurting. Meg said the better you torpedo the easier everything else is.

                                                                                                                                                                 By Bella Archer

My school went swimming in Lakes. On the 4th day of swimming we had a choice of how to get in the pool. I did a spin in the air and I went in the water. My teacher’s name is Paul He is a bit scary because when we go under water he grabs a noodle and smacks it over our head when we are still under water.
                                                                                                                                                               By Mark Hederman