First Aid For Primary School Children



Educational Resources & Workshops for Primary School Children

First Aid became a part of UK's Primary School National Curriculum in February 2021.

Resus Rangers is designed for children aged 4 to 11 years old to learn First Aid in a fun, interactive and child-centred way. ​Central to the Programme are the "Resus Rangers", animated characters that children love.


It includes Workshops delivered by qualified Resus Rangers Leaders in a variety of settings including schools, after school and holidays clubs, whilst the Resus Rangers ​Resources can be used flexibly by teachers in their schools and include Lesson Plans, Online Resources, Worksheets and Videos.

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An All-Inclusive Educational Package & Child-Centred Workshops

Every subscription to our Educational Package will include the following online and printable resources for the whole school...

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  • Exclusive Children's Animations.

  • Interactive PowerPoints.

  • Comprehensive Activities and Worksheets.

  • Flexible & Easy to follow Lesson Plans. 

Read more about the First Aid topics covered in each Key Stage...




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If your school would prefer to have one of our Resus Rangers Leaders deliver a First Aid session in your primary school. We are now delivering Workshops across the UK!

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  • DBS Checked Leaders

  • Fully insured

  • Safeguard trained Leaders

  • Completed Risk Assessment

  • Linked to the National Curriculum

  • Workshops based on the characters the Resus Rangers


First Aid Shop

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Resus Rangers Leaders are now delivering our Programme across the United Kingdom

Join us on our mission to teach every child in the UK First Aid!

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Now COMPULSORY on the National Curriculum