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Queen’s Baton Relay Start of Day Celebrations – 16 March 2018

Date:March 16, 2018

What a sensational start to the day at Kewarra Beach campus on Friday 16 March.  TAS was honoured to be Read more...

FNQ Interschool Chess Championships, Round 1 2018

Date:March 12, 2018

TAS hosted the first round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships on 1 March, with 339 students competing. Read more...

Principal’s Forums – 6 and 7 March 2018

Date:March 5, 2018

TAS encourages parents and guardians to be as involved with the school as possible. And from the results of our Read more...

Swimming State Championships

Date:January 25, 2018

Wonderful news for our swimmers. At the recent State Championships, TAS swimming once again finished as the #1 state team Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 8 Term 1

Date:March 19, 2018

Is there something in the water at TAS? Sometimes, as a school, you are reminded just how great your students Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 7 Term 1

Date:March 6, 2018

Congratulations Emerging Artist, Evelyn Mikembe Evelyn took part in the FLAME 2018 mentorship and exhibition project. This exhibition will launch Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 6 Term 1

Date:March 1, 2018

Good luck Ella We wish Year 9 TAS student Ella Goddard all the best as she heads off for the Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 5 Term 1

Date:February 19, 2018

Music What a terrific evening on Saturday night in the Bishop Centre. We were treated to some wonderful performances from Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 2 Term 1

Date:February 9, 2018

Smart Phones I was interested to read the discussion recently in the media regarding smart phones in the classrooms of Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Welcome to 2018

Date:January 24, 2018

Welcome back to our TAS community. I hope that you have had a wonderful break and are looking forward to Read more...

TAS Aquatic Centre

The TAS Aquatic Centre offers coaching for students as well as pathways to state and national levels of competition.

From Learn to Swim through to advanced lessons, swimmers enjoy the world class heated and shaded pool set in a fun, friendly and social environment. The Aquatic Centre boasts Olympic electronic timing, ramp access, retractable shade cover, change rooms and a kiosk.

TAS Aquatic Centre features an Olympic standard 50 metre and 25 metre L-shaped pool with eight competition lanes and the ability to be configured for a variety of uses, including Learn to Swim lessons, coaching clinics and water sports.

For bookings and more information about the TAS Aquatic Centre, contact our friendly staff by phone 07 4036 8195 or email aquatic@tas.qld.edu.au.

School Swimming Program

At TAS we place special emphasis on the importance of mixing Physical Education training with education, to achieve success at all levels. The TAS Swimming Program is a compulsory part of the Junior School curriculum. All Junior School students swim twice a week during the school year, and develop their swimming skills through an intensive, well structured program. Senior School students continue to improve their swimming skills during Physical Education lessons.

TAS Learn to Swim Program

Providing Excellence in Learn to Swim

TAS Aquatic Centre has gained a reputation for providing high quality Learn to Swim lessons led by highly qualified instructors. Programs are of the highest standard and all staff are continually updating their skills to stay abreast of the changes and trends in the swimming field.

  • Held in a fun and friendly environment with experienced staff.
  • Class sizes that allow individual instruction.
  • For ages 6 months to adults with classes to cater for all skill levels.
  • Mini, Junior and Senior Swim Squads.
  • Fitness swimming groups.
  • Home of TAS Swimming Club.

Swim Squads

Swim teams compete in Regional, State and National Swimming Events and squads cater for junior through to senior swimmers.

Professional, qualified Squad coaches assist students and swimmers with individual and team goal settings.

The formation of the TAS Swimming Club has enabled students and outside school swimmers to enrol and compete as part of a swimming club based within the education environment.

Junior Program: Swimming all strokes over 200m, normally covering 2.5 km in an hour session.

State and National Program: Swimming 10 sessions per week, covering all strokes varied from Endurance to Sprint training.

Adult Fitness: Covering all levels of swimming and fitness, with programs to achieve individual goals. Young to mature adult swimmers, triathletes and dedicated fitness swimmers; all are welcome.

TAS Swimming Club

TAS Swimming Club's mission is to be the peak professional swimming club. The club is committed to the growth of swimming as an essential life skill, a component of health and fitness, and a competitive sport. TAS Swimming Club seeks to improve the professional standard of club members through education and ethical practice.

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