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100

Name the beach that Mrs Richardson most likes to visit?

Torquay

100

Swimming can make you feel ...?

Various answers.

100

What is the safest form of entry into deep water?

Feet first entry.

200

Where should you swim at the beach?

Between the red and yellow flags.

200

Name one object that could be a throw rescue.

Esky, rescue ring, rope, life jacket, ball, kickboard

200

Name one survival stroke.

backstroke, breaststroke, survival backstroke.

300

Name one way you could keep yourself afloat without an aid.

Sculling, treading water, floating.

300

Name one object that could be a reach rescue.

Pole, stick, rescue ring, life jacket, kickboard

300

What muscles are used whilst swimming?

Almost all muscles.

400

When you are in a boat, canoe or kayak, what should you wear?

A lifejacket.

400

How can you find out how a deep a public swimming pool is?

Look for signs on the edge of the pool.

Ask a life guard.

400

Fill in the missing word. "Never swim ..."

alone.

500

What is a rip and how can you identify one?

A strong current of water. Look for:

  1. Deeper and/or darker water.
  2. Fewer breaking waves.
  3. Sandy coloured water extending beyond the waves.
  4. Debris or seaweed.
  5. Significant water movement.
500

True or False? You can swim in your own pool unsupervised because you know how deep the pool is.

False

500

State 2 places around the house that could be potential water dangers.

Gates and barriers left open, unfenced pools, containers with melted ice or water, paddling pools, fish ponds uncovered, bath left filled, teacher approved answers.

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