Swim competently confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres - Successful performance involves a continuous swim of more than 25m. The stroke or strokes should be “recognisable to an informed onlooker”; The stroke should be “as strong at the end of the swim as at the start”; Some part of the swim should be in deep water; The whole continuous swim should be completed” without undue stress”., Use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] - The strokes “do not have to be perfect…”; Emphasis should be on “effectively achieving the required aim rather than precision hand or feet movements.”; Swimmers should be able to “make choices about the strokes they use to achieve different outcomes and be certain of success”., Be able to perform safe self rescue in different water-based situations - Pupils should know the dangers of water and understand how to act responsibly when playing in or near different water environments. This includes understanding and adhering to national and local water safety advice, being able to use appropriate survival and self rescue skills if they unintentionally fall in or get into difficulty in the water and knowing what to do if others get into trouble,

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