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British Red Cross First Aid Lesson Plan 1: Stay Safe

Red Cross First Aid Lesson Plan 1: Stay Safe

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This lesson plan aims to introduce children to the concept of first aid and will help them to assess the situation calmly and not put themselves at risk. They will learn how to identify any potential threats and how to tell if an area if safe before helping somebody in need of first aid. This lesson plan is intended to take around 40-60 minutes and includes separate activities for KS1 and KS2.

This lesson plan has been very kindly shared with us by the British Red Cross and all the information included has been put together by them. 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

The Red Cross are currently running a campaign to urge the government to include first aid and humanitarian studies in the new 2014 curriculum, you can support the campaign and sign the petition here.

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  1. nina

    good resources

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