Happy Fish Swim School was founded in 2007 by Jay, Kay and Jacqueline who devoted their time to learn and research the swimming industry. They saw the need to introduce efficacious swimming lessons to toddlers and babies to reduce the number of drowning accidents. Happy Fish spares no expense in keeping their swimming pools at the highest level of cleanliness and comfort. Their pools are heated and maintained using electrolysis that breaks down salt to chlorine water. They also added UV sanitisation to take care of the by-products. This allows the little ones to swim comfortably even without their goggles.
Using curated and developed syllabus, coaches also undergo stringent selection and training in order to guide parents to teach their little ones to swim. The methodology suits the Asian’s parenting styles as Happy Fish skyrocketed to more than 10,000 students across the eleven branches in Singapore and Malaysia with a 200-strong team.