Children from across the Isle of Wight have been taking a hands-on approach when it comes to saving lives today (Tuesday).
Sessions teaching the Island’s school pupils how to recognise a cardiac arrest and what to do if they notice someone having one, have been taking place at eight Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue stations.
The life-saving lessons have been held to mark world Restart A Heart Day.
Pupils from Newport C of E took over Newport Fire Station earlier this afternoon.
Isle of Wight woman Laura Summers was also in attendance.
She told students her experience of suffering a cardiac arrest and why the skill’s so important.
Watch our video below:
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