All school children should be taught basic life-saving first-aid skills IN SCHOOL as part of the National Curriculum. It has been proved many times before that young children as young as 5 years old can perform basic first-aid to their freinds and adults alike. In Norway it is Manadtory for ALL school children to be taught first-aid. If they can do this in Norway, then young children should be taught first-aid in the United kingdon. In fact this should happen all over the world. Young primary school children can learn these vital ilfe-saving skills just as good as adults, if not better than adults. Let's get this very important subject of the National Curriculum.
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Rob Paterson, United Kingdom10 months ago Comments: -
Becky Partridge, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: I have been learning First Aid since I was 8 years of age with St John Ambulance next year that will amount to 32 years service. I have grown up in a family of first aiders. I believe every single young child should get the opportunity to learn all the skills I have when they are young. Would be great if this subject could be made a mandatory subject taught in all school across the world.
Anthony M.W. Scullane, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: First Aid should be in schools as Junior First Aiders can deal with medical emergencies to & from school also deal incident at home, it gives young students another role in life, & they may wish to go further in emergency medicine i.e. doctor, nurse & paramedic
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