Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 6 First Aid Course Thursday 22nd April

As part of health education curriculum, your child will take part in a first aid course that will teach your child about the basics of first aid skills for common injuries. We will be working with Mini First Aid Kids  on Thursday 22nd April. Your child will take part in a 1-hour session and learn to deal with bumps, burns, breaks and bleeding, carry out CPR and deal with choking.  The class is practical, lots of fun and involves lots of activities for the children to enjoy. 

The sessions will all be carried out in accordance with Covid 19 procedures.

It is important that you give us your consent for your child to take part in these sessions.

PLEASE INFORM US IF YOUR CHILD IS ALLERGIC TO BANDAGES OR PLASTERS

Mini First Aid Kids Class

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