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CPR for Schools

Learning CPR is a ... beach!

2017-08-31 16:16:33

Have a think and tell us what child is not fascinated by superheroes? Which child does not wish to be as brave, as valiant as one of their idols and help people? Who doesn't want to have a special superpower and be able to save lives? 

What would you say if we told you we can teach you how to become such a hero? If your answer is a resounding yes, you should come by the 'Little Rescuers" zone on Kołobrzeg beach. We have based our CPR for Schools instructors, who teamed up with our friends from Wolksvagen to teach children CPR. 

Based on the success of our CPR for Schools Programme, we know that children take to learning first aid like fish to water and are excited to learn how they can help others. This knowledge helps to build their confidence and contributes to fostering positive traits of character such as responsibility, empathy and independence. 

The activities we have prepared are both educational and fun, so children learn by playing! 

 

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