Aquatic stimulation for children
One of the most popular activities for parents at our school is swimming, due to its great motor and cognitive benefits. It is also a space where children can develop their social skills with their peers. Swimming is a great experience for the child when practised from an early age.
The objectives that the practice of this sporting activity aims to achieve are:
- To promote the physical and psychological development of the pupil.
- To familiarise the pupil with the aquatic environment.
- To develop psychomotor skills.
- To foster a sense of friendship.