Goggle Consent Form
Goggles are usually not necessary within short curriculum swimming lessons. Part of the learn to swim experience is for a child to be able to deal with splashing in the face and to open their eyes while immersed in water. This is an important part in improving their ability to cope in a water related incident in a canal, pond or river. For this reason, children may be asked to remove goggles for specific activities within a swimming lesson.
Swimming goggles, if worn or used incorrectly, have also been known to cause injury to the wearer and to other swimmers. Whilst the Swimming Instructor will take every possible care, no guarantee can be given that the goggles will not cause injury to the pupil.
This consent form will be valid for the time the named child is a pupil at this school.
Permission to wear goggles
I understand the problems, which may be caused by my child wearing swimming goggles during school swimming lessons.
I have explained these to my child and I give permission for him/her to wear goggles.
In the case of an accident or injury due to goggles, I accept responsibility and any liability.
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