Room 10 Bright Sparks

Saturday, 2 March 2013

One very sunny day at the Glenbrae pool, the students from Room 10 were first to go for their swimming lesson. The instructors were waiting for us.

First they tested how good we are at swimming and they divided us into three ability groups.

I was in the top group. I went inside the pool which was as cold as the waters in the Atlantic Ocean.

The instructors taught us how to swim using  freestyle, backstroke and breast strokes.

At the end of the lesson I felt like it was one of the most enjoyable times of my life. It was exhausting at the same time.  

By Christian

1 comment:

  1. Plessius family8 March 2013 at 12:32

    Hi Christian,
    I like your description of how cold the water was, your simile.
    I hope the water got warmer, or your body got used to the cold, as the lesson continued!
    Tsana (Karl & Robin's mum)