Teach for us
Rainbow Club welcomes applications from qualified swim teachers. Enjoy the rewards of teaching children with a disability.
Rainbow Club is a network of social swimming clubs located throughout NSW, QLD and ACT 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.
News for teachers
Tamworth Rainbow Club had a “Come and Try” day this weekend and it was a great success with 11 new families attending at the Bullimbal School.
It was a very exciting term, hitting a major milestone of over 2000 children swimming in a Rainbow Club Pool! We opened new clubs at Kensington and Forster, re-opened at Liverpool and added more days and hours on some existing club schedules to reach this amazing accomplishment.
We welcomed Sans Souci, Seven Hills North, Mt Annan and Taree Rainbow Clubs.
On Sunday 13 November Cherrybrook Rainbow Club celebrated becoming the first club to reach 100 Members! There were children, teachers and volunteers, past and present in attendance.
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.
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.
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.
Acacia Ridge (QLD), Armidale, Auburn, Batemans Bay, Baulkham Hills, Bexley, Blaney, Bondi, Bruce (ACT), Calwell (ACT), Campbelltown, Caringbah (Active Moves), Castle Hill, Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Deagon (QLD), Denistone East, Dubbo, Erina, Five Dock, Forster, Freshwater, Glenmore Park, Gregory Hills, Gumdale (QLD)Hurstville, Jindalee (QLD), Kensington, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Lane Cove West, Lithgow, Liverpool CBD, Liverpool, Maroubra, Mt Annan, Mt Pritchard, Muswellbrook, Narellan, Newcastle City, Newcastle City (Active Moves), Newington/Stanmore, North Lakes (QLD), North Sydney, Norwest, Orange, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Revesby, Roma( QLD), Sans Souci, Seven Hills, Seven Hills North, Southern Highlands, Springwood, Strathfield, Sutherland, Taree, Tamworth, The Ponds, Toronto, Tuggerah, Ulladulla, Valentine, Wahroonga, Warriewood, Warringah, Warwick Farm, West Pymble, Windsor, Wollongong, Woolooware. See details