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  • Mark Preston

St Joseph`s Primary School children receive vital training awareness

After contacting St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Emma Lowery School Business Manager advised that the school had recently had the delivery of a portable defibrillator for the school, which was also going to be registered circuit. Emma, and Mark from MISSEDABEAT foundation agreed it would be good to have awareness training for the children at St Joseph’s school. Jo Jones Community Spirit Newton Aycliffe and Mark Preston from MISSEDABEAT foundation attended the school on Friday 22nd September, they were joined by KS2 students who were throughly engaged and asked questions throughout the session. The children were shown CPR and also how to operate defibrillator. All the children were able participate and demonstrate this. We would like thank St Joseph’s school as they are the first school to invite MISSEDABEAT foundation and community spirit into their school to deliver this vital training and awareness. Jo Jones Community Spirit will have regular basic life support courses at Newton Aycliffe Big Club which are free for both children and Adults to attend. If any business, schools or Community groups are interested in any training/awareness or would like to work with MISSEDABEAT foundation in order to have a defibrillator installed, please contact MISSEDABEAT via email


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