Every donation helps teach more children how to cope in an emergency
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S started in 1995
We engage with 209 Oxfordshire schools and teach approximately 5200 children each year.
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Debbie Lock and Amy Thomas
Tel: 01865 743475
Green Area Outpatients
John Radcliffe Hospital
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. is a member of the Laser alliance and has been awarded accreditation which recognises the educational excellence and quality of I.M.P.S.
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. is a member of the Oxfordshire Child Safety Education Partnership and is proud to work together with other child safety education providers in the county.
The I.M.P.S. programme may be provided to primary schools in Oxfordshire for a voluntary contribution.
I.M.P.S. visits take place at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, the Horton Hospital in Banbury, Abingdon Community Hospital, Witney Community Hospital and Townlands Community Hospital, Henley on Thames.
You can download information about Oxfordshire I.M.P.S.
We also offer the following programmes upon request:
Please contact us for further information, including costs.
Funding and donations
Donations may be made directly via our just giving page, TEXT IMPS96 followed by the amount to 70070
e.g. IMPS96 £10 to 70070 or by cheque made out to ‘Oxfordshire I.M.P.S .’
We are partially funded by Oxfordshire County Council. The shortfall is made up by donations from schools and other sources, fundraising events and grant applications.
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. (Fund number 0126) is part of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Charitable Funds. Registered charity no. 1057295 www.hospitalcharity.co.uk
Lovely staff who have been sensitive and thoughtful to our group that contained some children with specific needs. Content clear and relevant.
We really look forward to this event – I feel it is an important part of the curriculum. The children receive such valuable life skills whilst having an enjoyable morning!
Another brilliant training session. We have been attending for ten years and it’s always informative and appropriate for our pupils (and adults!)