Risky Kids builds confidence and resilience by guiding children through exciting challenges such as acrobatics, free running, parkour and stunt skills.

Today, parents and children face greater challenges than ever when it comes to mental, physical and social health, including:

  • decreased outdoor play;
  • low emotional and physical resilience;
  • high rates of childhood obesity;
  • decreased sense of identity.

The Risky Kids program aims to help children reach their full potential through 'Risky Play'. In developmental psychology, 'Risky Play' is where children are guided through a process of risks and challenges to gain a better understanding of their minds and bodies. 

Risky Kids incorporates 'Risky Play' through activities and challenges like acrobatics, free running, parkour and stunt skills. Under the guidance of Risky Kids coaches, children will learn to manage perceived risks and build their confidence.

Benefits of the program

  • Improve resilience and persistence
  • Improve judgment and courage
  • Improve physical ability and health
  • Greater social awareness

Dates and times

  • The program runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Program levels

  • Five to seven year olds
  • Eight to 12 year olds


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How to enrol in Risky Kids

You can now enrol in Risky Kids online with an online customer portal account.

  • How to enrol in Risky Kids

    To enrol your child or someone who you are a guardian for: 

    1. Create a responsible person / guest account 
      • Visit the online customer portal.
      • Select ‘Risky Kids'.
      • Select 'Create parent / guardian account’.
      • Select 'Next'.
      • Complete your (the responsible parent / guardian) details. 
      • Select 'Create account'.
      Add a student 
      • Once you've completed the steps above, select 'Enrol a student / Go to your Portal'.
    2. Enrol into your session day and time 
      • You should be directed to the timetable ('Book’ > 'Swimming Lessons / Risky Kids').
      • Ensure the switch is selected on ‘Enrolment.
      • Use the filter to select the activity type ‘Risky Kids’.
      • Use the timetable to find your preferred day and time. 
      • Select 'Enrol now'.
      • In the pop-up window, select 'Enrol now' for the student you wish to enrol in this class.
    3. Make payment 
      • Select your payment plan. 
      • Complete the agreement of terms and conditions.
      • Select your preferred payment method (bank details or credit card / debit card) for your contract and select 'Next'.

    Payment methods

    Please note, the details you enter will be linked to your contract for all future payments. You can change your payment details in the future using your online customer portal. 

    Bank details 

    1. Enter your bank details.
    2. You will be taken to the payment gateway to make your initial payment which will need to be made by a credit / debit card.
    3. Make payment.

    Credit / debit card 

    1. Enter your credit / debit card details.
    2. Make payment.
    3. Contract confirmation  

    Choose your session time  

    1. Select 'Book’.
    2. Select 'Swimming Lessons / Risky Kids'.
    3. Ensure the switch is selected on ‘Enrolment’.
    4. Use the filter to select the activity type ‘Risky Kids’.  
    5. Use the timetable to find your preferred day and time.
    6. Select 'Book now'.
    7. In the pop-up window select 'Book now' next to the student’s name. 
  • Missed session and absentee policy

    Absences registered before the session time will receive a product return added to their online customer portal account. This product token is valid for 90 days from the date of absentee notification.  

    You can register your absence in the online customer portal.

    1. Once you've logged in, select 'My Bookings' in the main menu.
    2. Select the class session you are absent.
    3. Select 'Manage Bookings'.
    4. Select 'Register an absence' next to the student’s name.
    5. Confirm.

    You must not have exceeded the number of available product returns per student (eight annually, two per term).  

    If your regular session falls on a public holiday or Easter Sunday, classes will not be delivered and you will have a product return applied automatically.  

    Absences can be registered seven days in advance.

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