Heart Start

Year 6 have learnt life saving skills today during a 2 hour training session led by the fire service. They have learnt how to perform CPR, what to do if someone is choking, what to do if someone is bleeding heavily and also how to put someone in the recovery position.

A fantastic session which the children thoroughly enjoyed.

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12 Responses to Heart Start

  1. 0322011oh says:

    It was really fun practising on dolls.

  2. Amelia says:

    Thank you for teaching us how to save lives am sure it will save lots of people

  3. Nikita says:

    Today I have learned to do cpr. I know what to do when someone is breathing and when someone is not breathing.

  4. Keira says:

    Today we Lear t DRSABC danger , response,shout for help, airway, breathing and C,P,R.

  5. Madison says:

    I really enjoyed doing the heart start and learning the recovery persotion and the C.P.R i am glad I learnt all of those facts that I never knew before thank you all the fire man and Mrs Wyre

  6. Rihanna says:

    I loved learning how to do C.P.R incase one of my classmates fell to the ground I could help them to survive or if i saw someone lying on the floor i would trait away help them.
    remember D.R.S.A.B.C danger, respond, shout for help, airway,breathing,C.P.R it was amazing thank you firemen and Mrs Wire and Mrs Melling.

  7. Laura says:

    I thought it was really good and I loved Learning it

  8. Aisha says:

    We learnt lots of ways to help people. Thank you for teaching us

  9. Shahrad T says:

    I just want to say thanks to the men that came to help us 🙂

  10. Toby says:

    I thought doing this was really fun, don’t forget D R S A B C – Danger, response shout for help, airway, breathing, C.P.R

  11. Keira mcintosh says:

    If you ever see some one who fainted you might be able to save there life .

  12. Shahrad :) says:

    This will come in handy one day. Thank you for the people who came to teach us 🙂

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