How Do Make-Ups Work?
We generally recommend that you make-up the class during the Week that you miss. For most of our group classes, we teach a specific lesson plan each week and then build upon that lesson in the next class. The core purpose of a make-up class is to make sure that you don't miss any of the skills and drills that we would cover in the class that you would otherwise miss. So, for example, if you were going to miss a class where we were working on the first lesson plan, you'd want to make that class up during Week 1. Equally, if we were on the second lesson plan, you'd want to make it up in Week 2, and so on and so forth.
We're happy to allow you to make up a missed class on a different Week but it won't have the same effect as if you made it up in the very same Week. This is because a) you'll have skipped important skills, and b) you'll essentially be participating in one lesson plan twice in the same Week. Of course, there's no harm in getting two shots at learning important swimming lessons. But you're always better off when you don't skip a lesson plan!