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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT FIRST AID, DANGERS AND COPING IN A CRISIS

06 July 2022  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

A group of students have signed up to a fantastic five-week project at the local Fire Station in Richmond. The sessions explore: Understanding dangers/risks that can occur, what to do in a crisis, first aid and understanding the role of a firefighter. Across the last three weeks the students have learned about the key areas where dangers may occur, the main features of a fire engine, how to respond to a call out and first aid. This is a great opportunity to discover more about this field of work and learning how to keep yourself and others safe. There will be workshops coming up next year so keep your eyes peeled if you’d like to be involved with the event.

We are most appreciative to Mark Bastow at Richmond Fire Station for leading the sessions. If you are interested, please see Mrs. O’Malley.

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