Register now to be involved in a World Record Attempt!
The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson™ is a promotional event designed to build awareness and generate local and national press attention about the vital importance of teaching children to swim to help prevent drowning.
Friday 24th June 2016, 6.00pm – 6.30pm at The Gartlan Centre, St Ignatius College
All participants will be part of a WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT so if you are interested in participating please fill out the Registration Form below!
Who can participate?
Children of all ages and abilities
Parents & grandparents
Friends & family
Anyone can be involved!
Please note. children under 5 years of age and any non-swimmers must have a parent or guardian with them in the water.
Check out what happened in 2015 at the World's Largest Swimming Lesson!
No One is Watching....
An important safety message...
A drowning can happen in a matter of seconds.
The Royal Life Saving Society...
WA’s Keep Watch toddler drowning prevention program video features the stories of parents who have been touched by toddler drowning.