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Edward Worlledge learn lifesaving skills

PUBLISHED: 15:28 07 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:52 03 July 2010

Edward Worlledge pupils learning First Aid.

Edward Worlledge pupils learning First Aid.

WOULD you know what to do in an emergency? The children at Edward Worlledge Junior School do.

All pupils at the school undertake a short course in CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) sponsored by the British Heart Foundation and have been dealing with role-play situations which involved choking, severe bleeding and heart attacks.

WOULD you know what to do in an emergency? The children at Edward Worlledge Junior School do.

All pupils at the school undertake a short course in CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) sponsored by the British Heart Foundation and have been dealing with role-play situations which involved choking, severe bleeding and heart attacks.

The Heartstart UK Schools Programme is being introduced to all schools in Norfolk and providing teachers with a teaching pack, equipment, Resus-Annie manikins and lifesaving training at no cost to the schools involved.


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