New structures at Ta’ Qali school

In its continuous efforts to promote the education and practice of swimming, the MFA Pool Management has embarked on a restructuring exercise as regards the swimming lessons.

While re-confirming the different grades of ability within which children are encouraged to practice, other levels have been introduced to further diversify the swimming activities.

From the four basic levels – Guppies, Sea Turtles, Sea Otters and Orca – which had been in function during the previous years, two more (Manta Rays and Seals) have been added so that all the different abilities of the children participating would be catered for.

Lessons are tailor-made for children aged from three to 15 years, including lessons as a preparation for Sec ‘O’ Level Exams.

The new format makes further allowances for those who take more time to move from one level to another.

The whole pool ambience, the child to teacher ratio, and the lesson development all lead to better outcomes, where the teaching and learning processes are enhanced by a fun-based atmosphere.

This is evidenced from the feedback that is forthcoming from the many parents who enroll their children in these lessons, making the MFA Swimming School among the leaders of its kind.

The new course will start on April 13-14 and applications for this course are already out.

As Bjorn Vassallo, Malta FA CEO has stated, this is another step in the continued effort of the organisation to upgrade the services offered in all spheres.


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