Can someone is not very strong still perform CPR properly? Thank you for this really good question. The answer is yes you can deliver CPR if you are not very strong because most of the power comes from your core. You keep your elbows locked and straight and “rock” down by flexing your hips and […]
We have received some fantastic letters from pupils at Stonesfield school and all of them asked us a question. Here are the answers. Q. Why did you start I.M.P.S? I.M.P.S. began way back in 1995 because the government of the day wanted to reduce the number of accidents in children under the age of 15 […]
Hello IMPS i just wondered how do A Ed’s actually give an electric shock. I think i know does it come by the box where the instructions come from and where the buttons are to start the A ED Great question! The AED is powered by strong batteries and when you press the flashing orange […]
The Imps training was useful because it could help me save a persons life. For example, if someone was unconscious and not breathing I could help them by giving them CPR
After Imps session I have learnt lots of things to save loads of peoples life’s. My favourite part of the session was learning to put someone on the recovery position.
Really valuable. Very clear and practical. Great skills for life.
Probably the most important lessons the children will ever have. Thank you for providing this service.
I have been to I.M.P.S. every year for the last 5 years and I think it’s extremely important for the year 6’s as they learn so much during the visit. There’s a good balance between theory and practical activities and the staff are always so friendly and welcoming. Over the years there have been several […]
I have found the IMPS trip very helpful and now I know what to do when someone is unconscious. DRSABC is very helpful to know because now I know how to save someone’s life.I hope that I can visit IMPS again. We are really pleased that you found the I.M.P.S. visit helpful.
When I first did the quiz I got a very low score. Since the trip though, I got 100%! Well done! That is just the result we hope for. The trick is to remember everything and get a high score again.