By Charlie Moore For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:23 BST, 20 June 2019 | Updated: 04:24 BST, 20 June 2019
A young swimming teacher accused of sexually abusing ten girls at a Mosman pool is expected to enter a plea when he faces court in August.
Former Knox Grammar School prefect Kyle Daniels is accused of having sexual intercourse with two girls aged six and seven at Mosman Swim Centre on Sydney's north shore.
The 20-year-old, who was arrested in March, also allegedly sexually assaulted eight other girls in and around the pool from January 2018.
Former Knox Grammar School prefect Kyle Daniels (pictured outside court in May) is accused of having sexual intercourse with two girls aged six and seven at Mosman swimming pool on Sydney's north shore
The 20-year-old (right with his father James) also allegedly sexually assaulted eight other girls in and around the pool from January 2018
Daniels, who studies sports science at Sydney University, was represented by a lawyer on Thursday at Downing Centre Local Court who was told the swim teacher must appear in person on 8 August.
It is likely Daniels, who faces 36 charges, will be asked to enter a plea on that day.
Daniels' lawyer has previously said in court that his client strongly denies the allegations.
They include sexual intercourse with a child under 10, intentionally sexually touch a child under 10 and the indecent assault of a person under 16.
Court documents claim Daniels' alleged offences began in January 2018, with the indecent assault of a ten-year-old girl.
Among the allegations are that Daniels had sexual intercourse with a seven-year-old girl eight times in just three