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Year 9 First Aid Training in Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)

15 November 2016

Five basic First Aid life saving skills addressed Standard First Aid course

  • Year 9 First Aid Training in PSHE
  • Year 9 First Aid Training in PSHE
  • Year 9 First Aid Training in PSHE
  • Year 9 First Aid Training in PSHE

Did you know that more accidents occur at home than anywhere else? Did you know that being able to complete basic first aid could save the lives of up to 140,000 people per year?

As part of their Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) curriculum, Year 9 will be spending this half term learning the five basic First Aid life-saving skills addressed in the Standard First Aid course delivered by the Red Cross each year to thousands of people – what to do if someone is unconscious but breathing, unconscious and not breathing (CPR, cardiopulmonary resuscitation), bleeding, choking or having a heart attack.

Whilst we hope that no one ever has to use these skills, this knowledge could save a life!