Hull I.M.P.S recently took part in the annual Rock Challenge Event – market stall networking, BLS refresher for the pupils and a chance for to follow-up on pupils I.M.P.S training Sashka – a year 6 pupil from Francis Askew Primary in Hull had completed her I.M.P.S. training a few weeks before the event held in […]
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Jandelle Shaw, 11, used her new-found first aid skills to help a teacher when she was taken ill Jandelle Shaw rushed to the rescue of Anna Szaskiewicz when she was taken ill and fainted during a break time at Oasis Academy Aspinal, in Gorton, Manchester. Eleven-year-old Jandelle sprung into action by breaking the teacher’s fall, placing her […]
Why wearing a cycle helmet is a good idea.
4 of our 5 marathon runners had a fantastic day on Sunday, running the London marathon and raising money for Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. Sadly Austen had to pull out at the last minute with a leg injury but has deferred his place. He was very disappointed but is determined to run next year. Nick Cornell(head teacher) […]
A programme teaching schoolchildren in Hull about emergency first aid will train its 25 thousandth child today. The Injury Minimization Programme for Schools has been running for Year Six pupils in the city since 2001. Today, it was children from Gillshill Primary learning about how to put someone in the recovery position, perform CPR and […]
Sarah Briggs a teacher at Bude Primary School in Hull swiftly leapt into action recently when one of her pupils was choking. Here is the story in Sarah’s own words. ‘At the Christmas party, I happened to look across the classroom and noticed a pupil, who was coughing. I kept watching her and she was […]
Students from Woodeaton Manor School presented a donation of £145 to Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. today. Rhodri Jones, Daniel Horne and Cain Downton recently ran a stall at Headington Farmers Market selling home made cakes and chutneys as part of their GCSE course. Rhodri Jones (pictured middle) who has used his I.M.P.S. skills to make a 999 phone […]
The Oxfordshire Child Safety Education Partnership has a new logo that all partners will be able to use on their letter head and website. Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. has been a member since the inception of the partnership and is proud to work together with other child safety education providers in the county.
London Marathon places available
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. win national award