First Aid


Resus Rangers offers a range of outstanding Workshops in your school for children in the Early Years up to Key Stage 2. The Workshops teach life-saving First Aid in a child-centred approach and meets the requirement to teach First Aid on the National Curriculum.

The Resus Rangers Workshops are adapted to each age group to ensure the content is delivered specifically for the children in that class.


The Workshop starts with an introduction to the Resus Rangers are four little characters who are central to the Workshops . The characters are leaving for school and interact with your pupils to ask questions such as "What is First Aid?". Then they take them on a journey to call 999, help a person who is unconscious, take action when someone stops breathing and to look after their friends in the playground.

The exclusive interactive animations make our Workshops distinctly unique, interactive and fun for the children.  

Our Workshops and Teacher Led Resources have been endorsed by leading First Aid Training Providers and follow the latest UK Resuscitation Guidelines. It offers a refreshing and unique approach to teaching First Aid exclusively for children in the Early Years and Primary age group.

Below is a breakdown of how we deliver our Resus Rangers Workshops. For more information on content and how to book a workshop:


Pupils aged 4-6 take part in a First Aid story with our four animated characters (Louise, Farha, Jake, and Leo) and help them walk to school, solving First Aid problems along the way!

Our Resus Rangers Leaders guide the pupils along the story, encouraging lots of participation and introducing them to key skills such as the recovery position, CPR, and helping a friend who is hurt, all in a fun and friendly way.

Our EYFS/KS1 workshops embed key skills such as communication, literacy, problem solving, and more.



Our Key Stage 2 workshops for children aged 6-11 years old use our Resus Rangers First Aid resources to deliver fun and engaging workshops.

The pupils are guided through each topic by our Resus Rangers Leaders. All the children will need are pencils and their favourite teddies to practice First Aid skills on.

Activity sheets and fun colouring games are used to help the children learn whilst embedding key skills from across the curriculum, as well as songs and rhyme.



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