In line with protecting our campus/community and following EDB guidelines, our priority is to get our students back fully into a safe learning environment and to mitigate any risk of exposing the campus to closure due to the possibility of ‘cross’ contamination or cluster-outbreaks.

In order for us to uphold these restrictions and maintain that safe environment, Kellett Swim School's open enrollment programme will not recommence until after Chinese New Year holidays (1st session will be February 20, 2021) - and will be subject to the Government restrictions/advice at the time. We will begin enrollment for Term 2 on January 11, 2020.

It has been an onerous process to get EDB approval for our current limited offering for class-based learning to resume, and it will be an incremental process to bring things back to pre-COVID normalcy. The decision has not been made lightly and we apologise for the inconvenience caused.

We hope you’ll join us again in 2021. Please note that when we do open class registration, strict caps on participant numbers will be enforced to adhere to physical distancing recommendations and other health and safety considerations.


Kellett SWIM SCHOOL offers high-quality swim coaching, in English, for all levels of learn to swim, stroke development, and competitive swimming. Courses are available for all ages in our state-of-the-art, indoor 25m x 6 lanes swimming pool at Kellett - Kowloon Bay with regulated air temperature. It is an open-enrollment programme aligned with, but separate from, Kellett School’s swim programme.

As a precautionary health and safety measure, all coaches, participants, and accompanying adults/family members will be temperature checked daily and required to fill out a health self-declaration form in order to participate in the swim classes. Participants who have traveled abroad during the 14 days prior to their registered camp, have household members who are self-quarantining due to travel abroad or exposure to COVID-19, or have fever/flu symptoms will not be allowed to participate. Providing false or misleading information will be subject to immediate disenrollment and a forfeiture of class fees – as a further duty of care, we will pass on such information to CHP.