Teach for us

Rainbow Club welcomes applications from qualified swim teachers. Enjoy the rewards of teaching children with a disability.

For teachers

Rainbow Club is a network of social swimming clubs located throughout Sydney and NSW operating on weekends during the school term. Our Swim the Rainbow program is specially designed to teach children with a disability using structure, reward and progress in a social, fun and supportive aquatic environment.

For our swim teachers and potential new teachers, Rainbow Club provides resources, inpool equipment and professional development training to ensure you are equipped and trained to provide the optimum service. We have a friendly social calendar with fun opportunities to connect with other Rainbow Clubs and teachers.

Our online Teacher Central portal allows teachers to quickly see their schedule, access information about disabilities, and easily complete reporting.

Teacher events

Train to Teach

This two-day intensive training and safety program is available for family and friends of Club members or teachers. Train to Teach and become a Rainbow Club swim teacher.

Rainbow Connect

Rainbow Connect is a unique one-day event for Rainbow Club members, staff, committees, and teachers to come together,  share experiences and celebrate Rainbow Club.

Aqua Awards

Every second year, Rainbow Club announces the prestigious Aqua Awards, recognising and honouring outstanding people and their wonderful achievements.

News for teachers

Run for Rainbow Club

Run for Rainbow Club

Team Denton (AJ, Mila, Deanne & Jason) from Newington Rainbow Club and Team Baldwin (Leyla, Eloise, Lucas, Mark & Emma) walked/ran over the Sydney Harbour Bridge for the annual Blackmores Sydney Running Festival last Sunday in support of Rainbow Club.

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Rainbow Club Partners with Rackley Swimming

Rainbow Club Partners with Rackley Swimming

Rackley Swimming, one of the largest providers of swimming lessons in southeast Queensland, and Rainbow Club Australia, a network of social swimming clubs for children with a disability, are delighted to announce a partnership that will allow young people living with disabilities in Queensland greater access to aquatic activities in their local community.

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Rainbow Club Heads South

Rainbow Club Heads South

Batemans Bay Rainbow Club will meet at Bay Pavilions on Sundays between 9am-12 noon starting on Sunday, 24 July and will operate throughout the school term. Registrations are now open and invited on the Rainbow Club Website.

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Newcastle Hunter Region Christmas Party

Newcastle Hunter Region Christmas Party

On Sunday 12th December the Newcastle and Hunter Region Rainbow Clubs had a combined Christmas party held at Valentine Heated Pools. There were 150 members, parents and teachers in attendance from the Kurri Kurri, Valentine and Toronto Rainbow Clubs. In addition to our existing clubs in the area, there were also families from our two new clubs opening in 2022 – Newcastle City Rainbow Club and Tuggerah Rainbow Club. 

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Teach for us

Rainbow Club welcomes applications from qualified swim teachers to fill existing vacancies and enable us to increase the capacity of our Clubs so we can help even more children with a disability learn to swim. Enjoy the rewards of teaching children with a disability. 

 

Locations

Auburn, Batemans Bay, Bexley, Bondi, Campbelltown, Caringbah (Active Moves), Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Denistone East, Dubbo, Five Dock, Freshwater, Glenmore Park, Gregory Hills, Holsworthy, Hurstville, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Lane Cove West, Lithgow, Liverpool, Maroubra, Mt Pritchard, Narellan, Newcastle City, Newcastle City (Active Moves), Newington/Stanmore, Northmead, Norwest, Orange, Penrith, Revesby, Seven Hills, Southern Highlands, Springwood, Sutherland, The Ponds, Toronto, Tuggerah, Valentine, Wagga Wagga, Wahroonga, Warriewood, Warringah, Wollongong. See details