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St Joseph's School

St Joseph's School have now become HeartSafe by placing a defibrillator in a cabinet outside their school. This will allow the defibrillator to be accssible 24/7.

Well done and thank you for taking part in the Defibs in Schools Project!


Coombe Hill Junior School

A huge well done to the pupils at Coombe Hill Junior School for creating and singing their song on why it is so important to have a defibrillator at their school.

Coombe Hill Junior School are now HeartSafe!


St Pauls RC Primary School

The pupils at St Pauls RC Primary School explain why they would like a defibrillator in their school and why it is important to 'Know Your Pulse'.
 

Well done for becoming HeartSafe.

 


The Catholic High School, Chester

The pupils at The Catholic High School explain why they need a defibrillator at their school.

Thank you for becoming HeartSafe through our Defibs in Schools Project.


Whitehouse Community Primary School

Well done to all the children and staff who took part in raising the profile of keeping your heart healthy and making their school HeartSafe with an AED.

Read their Know Your Pulse Summary here.

 

 

 

 


St Joseph's College Prep School

Congratulations to St Joseph's College Prep School for placing a defibrillator into their school through our Arrhythmia Alliance - Defibs in Schools Project.

Watch their videos here:


Hawarden High School

As part of the Year 10 PSHE curriculum, teachers led the pupils through practical lessons that covered various topics from simple anatomy of the heart and how it works to emergency first aid in case of an unconscious, not breathing casualty. To read the summary of their Know Your Pulse event please click here.

Well done and thank you to Hawarden High School for fundraising for Arrhythmia Alliance and placing an AED into your school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Esher Church School

Esher Church School took part in a Know Your pulse event to raise awareness amongst pupils, staff and parents of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and important emergency lifesaving skills. To read the summary of their Know Your Pulse event please click here.

They also raised £400 to donate to Arrhythmia Alliance and now have been awarded a lifesaving defibrillator.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Baverstock Academy

Update - On Thursday 8th October, HealthTec at Baverstock Academy trained their first cohort of Heart Rhythm Ambassadors (HRAs).

The fourteen HRAs spent the day learning key life-saving skills, including how to deliver high quality CPR and use an external automated defibrillator, in order to prepare them to provide crucial care for individuals who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest.

The HRA’s will now be raising awareness of the dangers posed by heart arrhythmias and other conditions, and training more people both within school and from across the local community to deliver CPR and use the new defibrillator sited at the front of the Academy, starting with the Baverstock Open Evening on October 1st. This will ensure that as many people as possible are given the chance to learn these vital skills, which could potentially save people’s lives in the future.

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout July 2015, Student Health Ambassadors at the Baverstock Academy in South Birmingham carried out a Know Your Pulse campaign with peers from Year 7 to Year 13. To read the full Know Your Pulse Summary please click here.

They doanted £400 to Arrhythmia Alliance and also raised further funds to place the defibrillator inside a cabinet on the outside of the school. This allows the defibrillator to be 24/7 access.

 

 

 

 

 


Hawarden Village Church School

Zoe Rimmer, a mum of a pupil at Hawrden Village Church School, was very passionate for the school to receive a defibrillator due to a tragic loss of her sister on St Davids Day 2015. Zoe encouraged the school to donate £400 to Arrhythmia Alliance and she even supported the school with a summary of why they would like an AED in Hawarden Village Church School.

We would like to say a huge 'thank you' and well done to the pupils and staff at Hawarden Village Church School for becoming HeartSafe. We would also like to say a massive 'thank you' to Zoe Rimmer and her family for being so strong-willed.

Zoe Rimmer's Summary

Hawarden Village Church School Summary

 

 

 

 

 


South End Infant School

South End Infant School carried out a number of exercises during their PE Lesson and then learnt how their Pulse changed.

We would like to say a huge thank you and well done to the South End Infant School for raising £1,434.60 during their event.


John Donne Primary School

John Donne Primary School took part in a Sponsored Skip event in order to raise money for Arrhythmia Alliance and acquire a defibrillator to be placed at the School.

Well done to all the children and staff who took part. To read the summery of their event please click here.


John Donne Primary School

 

 

 

 


Stocksbridge Junior School

Stocksbridge Junior School News Report, why they would like a defibrillator in their School.
Well done to all the pupils, staff and parents who took part in the video and helped raise money for a defibrillator.


St Hugh's Primary School

St Hugh's Primary School are taking part in the A-A Defib in Schools Project and have produced this video to show why they would like a defib in there school. Arrhythmia Alliance look forward to working with the school on making it Heart Safe.


Silverhill School

SIlverhill School pupils took part in a Defibrillator class where they learnt all about knowing there pulse and why defibrillators are important.

Thank you to all staff and pupils for making your school HeartSafe.



Northern College

Northern College staff and pupils raised enough money to receive a defibrillator in their residential college.

Please see their video explaining why a defibrillator is essential in their college.



Stocksbridge Nursery Infant School

Stocksbridge Nursery Infant School have now become HeartSafe after taking part in the A-A Defibs in Schools Project. Well done to the year 2 pupils who made the video, please watch this wonderful video below. Thank you to all staff and pupils for all your efforts.



St Edmund Campion Catholic School

St Edmund Campion School are the next to have taken part in the A-A Defibs in Schools Project. We would like to say a huge thank you for the efforts that have been put in from students and staff.

Watch their video below


Norman Gate School

Norman Gate School have worked ever so hard to place an AED under the A-A Defibs in Schools project and Arrhytmia Alliance would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff and students that have helped and supported in making the school heartsafe.

Read more on Norman Gate School here.


 

 

 

 

 


The Hendreds CE primary School

After holding a delicious cake sale after school with lots of great looking heart shaped cakes to raise funds for A-A Defibs in Schools Project and then the following day children were asked to bring in coins in order to fill a heart shape that was on the floor during assembly.

There was much talk from the children about this and about how lucky they are to be having a defibrillator at school.

"It has been really great to see how much they are on board with the fundraising and the actual piece of equipment that can potentially save lives. There is a lovely sense of achievement about raising money for it and for the generosity of the Charity that is enabling us to actually have it."

See pictures below of The Hendreds School students enjoying the task.


 

 

 

 

 

 


The Ryleys School

Located in Cheshire The Ryleys School is our next school to become heartsafe under the A-A Defibs in Schools Project.

Please watch their video that has been produced by the Year 8's of the school, also featuring Fabrice and Shauna Muamba.



Guilsborough CEVA Primary School

A thank you is going out to all the staff and students at Guilsborough Primary School for working so hard to be the next school to make their school heartsafe under the A-A Defibs in Schools Project.

Read the summary here.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Bishop Vesey's Grammar School

Bishop Vesey's Grammer School are the next to share their efforts in making their school heartsafe through the A-A Defibs in Schools Project.

All the students at the school have worked hard and the school have held fundraising events to raise the funds. Mr Davis featured in the below video also took part in a huge fundraising event for Arrhythmia Alliance.

Arrhythmia Alliance would like to say a massive thank you to not only raising enough for one defibrillator but have now placed two within the school. Thank you to everyone involved from Bishop Vesey's Grammer School.

You can watch their video below



Carterton Community College

Carterton College have been working on supporting students with life skills, including first aid and the importance of a healthy heart. This has led to the hard work of the college to place a defibrillator.

Thank you Carterton College for being part of the A-A Defibs in Schools Project.

Read their summary here


Carterton College

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sandhurst School

Sandhurst School held a Know You Pulse event on the 25 November 2014, making them the first school in 2015 to make their school heart safe under the A-A Defibs in Schools Project.

Congratulations on being the first of 2015!

Read the summary of the event by clicking here.


Sandhurst School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Boldmere Junior School

Boldmere Junior School did a fantastic job fundraising for Arrhythmia Alliance by hosting a two-day cake sale. Pupils and staff alike had a great time and have now placed an AED in their school.

We would like to say a big thank you to all pupils, staff and family members who made the placement of this life-saving equipment possible.

Watch the video they produced to support their application.



Rackheath Primary School

Rackheath Primary School was second to share their fundraising video.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the making of this video and the support given to Arrhythmia Alliance through the fundraising activities.

Watch the video they produced to support their application.



Broadway East First School

Thank you to all the children that took part in the sponsered bounce for raise funds for thier school to be the next with a lifesaving defibrillator.

Watch their video of them enjoying the fundraising challenge!



Southam College

Southam College have shown their support and efforts to be the next school for raise funds and place an AED. Arrhythmia Alliance would like to say a huge thank you to all the students and staff.

Watch the video below to see what they did.



Bretherton Primary School

Next to place their AED under the Defibs in Schools campaign is Bretherton primary School.

Watch their video below.



Acorns Primary School

Congratulations to Acorns Primary School to be next in placing their AED under Arrhythmia Alliance Defibs Save Lives campaign.

View their video here



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