I have learned a lot! In the future, I might safe someone’s life so I’ll know what to do.
Remember to let us know if you use your I.M.P.S. skills in the future Jess
One of the best school trips, if not the best – lots of supporting resources enable pre and post learning so a whole series of lessons on I.M.P.S. can be delivered, making it much more successful. The children really enjoy the learning and find it extremely useful.
Easy to understand, good visual, interesting for children and accessible to children with cognition, learning and communication challenges.
I.M.P.S. is part of our PSHE and science curriculum and supports our school values and ethos of taking responsibility for ourselves and helping others. It supports year 6 children’s growing maturity.
Thank you for your positive appraisal and for supporting Oxfordshire I.M.P.S.
It was great when the IMPS came in because I learned a lot, plus I enjoyed practicing CPR . I especially liked when we got our finger pots.
You have learnt skills for life Elise. Remember to let us know if you use them in the future.
I loved having the I.M.P.S in it was fun and I learnt a lot.
We are pleased to hear that Leonie.
It was fantastic when imps came in because I got to learn a lot. My favourite parts were putting someone in the recovery position and having the pot on my finger.
We are glad you learnt lots Katie.
IMPS were amazing i know how to do CPI i know how to put some one in recovery, they taught me new skills . The most fun thing was putting a pot on me.
Thank you Joey! Send us a photo of you with your plaster of paris cast on your finger!
I enjoyed everything the I.M.P.S team taught us, now I’m confident about how to help someone if they are unconscious. Also how to put someone in recovery position.
We are so pleased that you are feeling confident about helping someone Ella. Let us know if you have to put your skills into action in the future.
I have learn’t allot from you and am going to use your advice.
Great news Violet. Let us know if you ever use your I.M.P.S. skills in the future.
I have learnt lots from you and will always use the skills when I see someone injured or badly hurt
Thank you Leah, make sure you let us know in the future if you use any of your I.M.P.S. skills
What do i do when someone is unconsious but I don’t know if they’re breathing or not?
That’ s a very good question. You need to check if the person is breathing by opening their airway, and then looking for signs of breathing – is their chest rising and falling? Listening to hear sounds of breathing and feeling for breath on your cheek. You can find out just what to do here.