Every Child a Lifesaver
We believe that all young people should learn first aid in school and parliament is voting on this on 20th November.
The British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross and St John Ambulance have joined forces for the Every Child a Lifesaver campaign, which aims to get first aid taught in all state funded secondary schools in England.
The campaign is backed by individuals, families, schools and other organisations and communities seeking to secure a future generation of lifesavers across the UK.
Currently less than one in ten people have the skills to save a life. With your support the First Aid Education Bill will give young people the skills and confidence to know what to do in a medical emergency. It could help them save a life.
For more information and to ask your MP to support the Every Child a Lifesaver campaign, visit www.everychildalifesaver.org – it only takes 2 minutes.