What We Do

We provide injury prevention programmes for children which allow them to take responsibility for managing their own risk and equips them with the skills to cope in an emergency.

Unintentional injury is a leading cause of death and illness in young people. On average 2 million children attend A&E departments each year because of accidental injury and every week 5 children die. Many of these injuries were preventable. See why teach accident prevention?

Our educational programmes and resources aim to minimise the number of accidents that lead to death or disability. All resources are available to purchase.


An injury prevention education programme for year 6 pupils.

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 I.M.P.S. PlusI.M.P.S. Plus

A practical course on identifying risks, injury prevention and basic first aid.

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Special Needs ResourceSpecial Needs Resource

Resources aimed at students with various special needs using specialised picture communication symbols.

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Citizenship ProjectCitizenship Safety Project

A peer tutoring programme for year 10.

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Community ProjectCommunity Project

A resource to deliver custom community first aid projects.

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Parents PlusParents Plus

I.M.P.S. children teach basic life support to their parents and carers

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