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British Red Cross First Aid Information Sheet

Red Cross First Aid Information Sheet

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A set of 4 illustrated first aid information sheets showing children how to deal with a variety of medical situations. These A4 sheets are ideal for teaching your pupils how to react in emergency situations and can be displayed at school or at home as a constant reference, and also as an interesting discussion point.

This resource has been kindly shared with us by the British Red Cross and has been specially designed to help children understand how to deal with a variety of first aid situations, from nose bleeds to allergic reactions. This resource also includes a separate document featuring information for parents about children’s first aid and the work of the Red Cross. You can also find a variety of other resources and useful information about children’s first aid at their website: http://www.redcross.org.uk/education

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  1. Michelle

    thanks

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