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Did you know that I.M.P.S. sends every school and teacher a prepared monthly topical lesson to deliver during circle or group time using a white board. They cover a variety of topical subjects, e.g. the March lesson linked with National No Smoking day.
We send these special lessons via mailchimp which allows us to link with relevant films and resources.
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Thank you to all the schools and organisations for their donations towards I.M.P.S.
All donations go towards teaching local school children emergency life skills.
Christchurch Cathedral School
This term we welcomed 5 new members of the team.
Sam, Mo, Tracey, Sheena and Fiona have recently joined I.M.P.S. as trainers.
It signals a return to the team for Sam who last worked as a trainer in 2004.
Sam says "I have just started to work again with the lovely I.M.P.S. team based at the John Radcliffe.
I first became involved with this wonderful scheme, back in 2004 and was sorry I had to leave when I started another job that left me no spare time to dedicate to I.M.P.S.
I have recently retired and found that I started to miss the hustle and bustle of the hospital and the rewarding feeling of being involved in a team who do something that I feel is so valuable. It is great to know that we are having a positive effect increasing child safety, minimising preventable accidents and injuries seen in A&E, teaching first aid and building confidence to deal with emergency situations should they arise."