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Teaching First Aid

The Resus Rangers First Aid Programme

The Resus Rangers First Aid Programme is a resources package for the whole school to learn First Aid. Our resources are centred around four little characters as they go on a journey to teach your pupils First Aid with our very own illustrations and exclusive animations.

Split across two Key Stages (EYFS/KS1 & KS2) our programme includes topics such as injuries, recovery position and an introduction to CPR. Our Programme covers all of the subjects listed in the PSHE Basic First Aid documentation to meet your statutory guidance to deliver First Aid.

Our programme aligns with the wider PSHE curriculum and providers an amazing opportunity to teach your children to communicate with confidence to build compassion whilst also embedding other areas of the curriculum including literacy and science and align with schools visions.

Boy with cut knee

EYFS/Key Stage 1

1) Recognise Danger

  • Dangers in the Home
  • Dangers in the Playground

2) Minor Bumps and Cuts

  • How to Help a Friend
  • First Aid Kits

3 ) Calling for Help

  • When to Call 999

4) Getting an Adult to Help

  • Talking to Grown-Ups
Resus Rangers Lower Key Stage 2

Lower Key Stage 2

1) Poisons and Burns

  • Kitchen Burns
  • Types of Burns
  • Types of Poisons
  • Poisons in the Home

2) Choking

  • Choking on Food

3 ) Asthma

  • What is Asthma?
  • How to Help

4) Parts of the Body

  • Organs and their Functions

5) Alergies

  • Types of Allergens

6) Epilepsy

  • What is Epilepsy?
  • How to Help

7) Diabetes

  • What is Diabetes?
  • How to Help

8) Recovery Position

  • Why We Use It
  • Recover Position Method

Upper Key Stage 2

1) Bones in the Body

  • Skeletal System

2) Bleeding

  • Injury Treatment
  • Nose Bleeds

3 ) Bites, Stings and Splinters

  • Splinter Treatment

4) Fractures

  • X-Rays
  • Types of Fracture

5) Sprains and Strains

  • Identifying the Differences

6) Head Injuries

  • Concussion
  • Skull Fracture

7) Drowning

  • Swimming Pool Safety
  • Safety at the Beach

8) CPR

  • When CPR is Used
  • How to Help and Adult
EYFS/Key Stage 1

1) Recognise Danger

  • Dangers in the Home
  • Dangers in the Playground

2) Minor Bumps and Cuts

  • How to Help a Friend
  • First Aid Kits

3 ) Calling for Help

  • When to Call 999

4) Getting an Adult to Help

  • Talking to Grown-Ups
Lower Key Stage 2
The Program Lower Key Stage 2

1) Poisons and Burns

  • Kitchen Burns
  • Types of Burns
  • Types of Poisons
  • Poisons in the Home

2) Choking

  • Choking on Food

3 ) Asthma

  • What is Asthma?
  • How to Help

4) Parts of the Body

  • Organs and their Functions

5) Alergies

  • Types of Allergens

6) Epilepsy

  • What is Epilepsy?
  • How to Help

7) Diabetes

  • What is Diabetes?
  • How to Help

8) Recovery Position

  • Why We Use It
  • Recover Position Method
Upper Key Stage 2
The Program Upper Key Stage 2

1) Bones in the Body

  • Skeletal System

2) Bleeding

  • Injury Treatment
  • Nose Bleeds

3 ) Bites, Stings and Splinters

  • Splinter Treatment

4) Fractures

  • X-Rays
  • Types of Fracture

5) Sprains and Strains

  • Identifying the Differences

6) Head Injuries

  • Concussion
  • Skull Fracture

7) Drowning

  • Swimming Pool Safety
  • Safety at the Beach

8) CPR

  • When CPR is Used
  • How to Help and Adult

The guidance issued by The Government has said that by the time
a child leaves primary school education they should be able to:

  • How to make a clear and efficient call to emergency services if necessary.
  • Understand the concepts of basic First Aid, for example dealing with common injuries, including head injuries.