New Days opened at our aquaDucks @ Holland Road Location (click for more info)
Closed on the Friday the 24th of May for the Public Holiday (click for more information)
Public Holidays 2013 (Click on the link for more information)
Term dates for the year 2013 – Click here for more information
aquaDucks™ runs programmes from centrally located pools in the heart of Singapore. Choose from our Suntec City, Science Park Drive and Tanglin Village pools or one of the club locations if you are a member.
Great learning Experience
Once your child has tried the aquaDucks™ programme, they'll be hooked on the experience! We take great care to understand your child as an individual and go at their pace of learning. With fun and games in a class, not compromising learning, your child will not want to leave the pool and keep asking for more!
At aquaDucks™ , we are dedicated to teaching and passing on enjoyment and confidence of swimming to all the children and adults who are in our swimming program. aquaDucks™ coaches are specially trained in child psychology, ensuring a well balanced and effective learning environment. Our coaches make swimming fun and child-centred, you and your child will have great time in the pool, the aquaDucks™ way!
Leading Baby Swim School in Singapore
With more than 21 years in the industry and a dedicated team, aquaDucks™ is the number one choice for baby swimming in Singapore. Our students have gone from little 6 month olds in the pool to competitive squad swimmers who garner medals in league races.
“Can I just say how grateful we are to you for all you have done to make swimming so enjoyable for our girls. We have seen the improvement in their fitness and technique, but more importantly I think you have given them swimming as a life long fitness tool - and for that we are sincerely thankful.”
~ Sarah and Martin Harvey, Parents
“We were lucky to have found aquaDucks / Swim Centre Verhoef. They ticked off all the requirements of a baby-friendly aquatic programme. Their coaches are swim coaches trained in early childhood development, and their lessons use toys, games, songs, motion and verbal communication to stimulate learning interactions.”
~ Nurhidayati, Parent