Year 6 at Madley Brook School have blogged about their I.M.P.S. visit. Read all about it here.
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A scheme developed in Oxford for teaching life-saving skills to children was commended in the Commons by Oxford East MP Andrew Smith on Thursday 6th December 2012. The Labour MP weighed in to a debate about the teaching of such skills, and spoke about a programme developed in the city in the 1990s. The debate was […]
A pioneering child safety scheme based at the Bradford Royal Infirmary which has become the largest programme of its kind in the country has celebrated its’ tenth anniversary. The Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools (I.M.P.S.), which began at the hospital in June 2001, now educates 5,800 primary school pupils a year across the district through […]
Hull I.M.P.S. takes part in BBC first aid event Linked to the new series of Helicopter Heroes the BBC invited members of the public to come along to a first aid fair in Hull and find out more about first aid. I.M.P.S. were invited to take part to highlight an organisation dedicated to making sure […]
The Guardian Would your child know what to do if a friend was choking, or had fallen off their bike? Lucy Atkins reports on a scheme that takes 10-year-olds into casualty to learn how to avoid accidents and save lives It is 10 am in the accident and emergency department of the John Radcliffe Hospital, […]
On 8th February 2005, the IMPS Team (Injury Minimization Programme for Schools) took part in the “Deep Down Fun” event held at The Deep. Approximately 250 children and young people from schools all over Hull participated. The event was organised to give the children of Hull a chance to voice their opinions on a wide […]