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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    I'll keep Marrickville in mind but it might be a bit too far with both my kids and no 3 on the way..

    We do go to the aquatic centre got ds2 baby lessons so that's my other option.

    That's horrible about your friends kid? How old was the child when they were told that?
    He certainly is lacking in tact, he's very straight forward (last years newsletter about fees was very abrupt). I'll see what happens this week and decide, if they can't give ds some flexibility with the teachers i think I'll take him out.

    Edit.. Sorry I misread that.. It was your daughter! Omgosh! 3 yrs old.. Dont like that at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    I'll keep Marrickville in mind but it might be a bit too far with both my kids and no 3 on the way..

    We do go to the aquatic centre got ds2 baby lessons so that's my other option.

    That's horrible about your friends kid? How old was the child when they were told that?
    He certainly is lacking in tact, he's very straight forward (last years newsletter about fees was very abrupt). I'll see what happens this week and decide, if they can't give ds some flexibility with the teachers i think I'll take him out.
    Oh, Marrickville is great for toddlers. My DD1 goes to her lesson, DS (2yo) can swim in the baby paddling pool, and I sit on the edge with DD2 in the pram. It's all indoors and heated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by risfaerie View Post
    Wow, this sounds like a swim school I went to in that area when I was a kid. It isn't named after a female is it? They used to terrify me.

    I have heard that the Aquatic Centre is really good? A friend of mine teaches there, I am tempted to take my daughter who is terrified of water there, even if it is a bit of a drive.

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    We take ds2 to the aquatic centre for baby classes, it's ok but its very very dirty. Thats my main gripe with it


 

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