ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING HOW TO SAVE A LIFE – A FRIEND, FAMILY MEMBER OR EVEN A STRANGER?

A 15 year old boy died after a rugby game in West Auckland. He had played rugby then 2 boys attacked him, punching him to the ground. He had an undiagnosed heart condition and his heart stopped. Even though there were students around, none of them knew what to do or when to call an ambulance. An ambulance was finally called, but because it was 7 and a half minutes before CPR was started, the boy died. If there is nobody around who knows how to help, you could. First Aid New Zealand are offering our students a chance to learn how to do CPR and use an AED (Defibrillator) for $10. It normally costs $95. It is an hour and a half lesson after school and you will receive a first aid certificate to say you are capable of doing CPR and using a Defibrillator. If interested, please email Lynnette, Medical Attendance at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or pop in and see her in the medical room to put your name down.

 

A Massey University study on the topic of cyberbullying is looking for participants from secondary schools on the North Shore of Auckland. Criteria for participation and researcher contact details are included in THIS BROCHURE. Participants will receive a $20 Westfield Voucher as a thank you for taking part. Students under the age of 16 will need parental permission. 

Feel free to contact the researcher for further information about the study, or to discuss any questions or concerns you may have:  Adi Papirany This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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