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Competitive Dive Starts Safe Water Entry. School Swimming Carnivals UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOL. SLIDE 1. AQUATIC ACTIVITIES. Aquatic activities can be fun! But, we need to be aware of the rules and behaviour when around water. SLIDE 2. SWIMMING POOLS.

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Competitive Dive StartsSafe Water Entry

School Swimming Carnivals

UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOL

SLIDE 1


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AQUATIC ACTIVITIES

  • Aquatic activities can be fun!

  • But, we need to be aware of the rules and behaviour when around water.

SLIDE 2


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SWIMMING POOLS

  • The local swimming pool is a popular place to enjoy a swim

  • Although these pools seem to be safe, there are still potential dangers.

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VISITING A SWIMMING POOL OR ENVIRONMENT

  • When visiting a swimming pool or environment it is important that you take note of signs, warnings or notices.

SLIDE 4


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TYPES OF INJURIES

  • Diving into water can be dangerous!

  • Sometimes injuries do occur such as:

    • Broken teeth and injuries to the face

    • Head injuries

    • Spinal injuries.

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How:

Stand with toes of one or both feet curled over the edge. This will help prevent slipping on a wet surface

Lock the hands and arms together, lock the head.

PREPARATION FOR A COMPETITIVE DIVE

SLIDE 6


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TAKE NOTE:

Hands

Head

Reach of Swimmer.

THE “PUSH OFF” & “FLIGHT”

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TAKE NOTE:

Glide

Steer up

Protection of head and neck.

WATER ENTRY AND UNDERWATER

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THE COMPLETE DIVE-REVIEW

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SLIDE 9


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SUMMARY

  • REMEMBER:

    • Look for signs and listen to the teachers

    • When ever diving:

      LOCK HANDS, LOCK HEAD & STEER UP WHEN DIVING!

      Enjoy the carnival events safely.

SLIDE 10


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