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Restart a Heart day

On Monday 16th October we were delighted to host the Welsh Ambulance Service ‘Restart a Heart Day Initiative.’


Restart a Heart Day is a Europe-wide annual initiative, which aims to train as many people as possible in CPR in one day. The British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance and Welsh Ambulance Service are working together to train as many school children as possible in the UK and make sure every child knows how to save a life.


With the help of the Welsh Ambulance Service and a fleet of volunteers, we were able to train all students in years 7 and 8. Students from our Hearing Impaired, Autism and Learning Support bases had an additional ‘member’ of their class when they were joined by the First Minister! Keen to improve his own CPR techniques, Mr Carwyn Jones did his best to compete with the class on the photo attached.


The school also has two defibrillators in school. These are located in the Science Block and in the office adjacent to my room.


It was a pleasure to see the students develop these life skills with such interest, maturity and energy.


I’m in safe hands!


Kind regards,


Sarah Parry, Headteacher

Llanishen High School News Submission


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