Nottingham I.M.P.S. was launched in 2001
We currently have 73 schools from the city and county of Nottingham enrolled in our I.M.P.S. programme and train approximately 2626 children each year.
Anne-Marie Lawrence and Caroline Frith
Tel: 0115 9249924 ext 62546
C/o Emergency Department
A Floor - West Block
Nottingham University Hospital
Queens Medical Centre Campus
The I.M.P.S. programme is free to all Nottingham City schools, including special needs schools.
Sessions are run at Nottingham University Hospitals QMC Campus
We can also run the following programmes upon request:
We are able to offer a programme for excluded pupils.
Please contact us for further information, including prices.
Funding and donations
We are funded by Nottingham City Council to run the I.M.P.S. programme until March 2017 but we also rely on charitable donations, fundraising and grants.
We are funded by Nottingham City Council to run the E.L.F.S. programme until the end of August 2016.
Donations may be made directly via www.justgiving.com/NottinghamIMPS or by texting IMPS77 followed by the amount to 70070.
Once again, very well organised by knowledgeable and friendly staff. The children thoroughly enjoyed the programme and found it to be relevant and informative. One major benefit of I.M.P.S. is it’s punchy and fast-paced nature which keeps the children focussed. A valuable programme for all!’
The children loved it and were interested from start to finish!!
It’s a really valuable experience for our children. They often have a lot of appointments and can become frightened at the hospital. This visit is an excellent experience
– Special School Teacher