Our Y9 students have all been involved in learning how to respond to a person having a cardiac arrest. Less than 1 in 10 people in the UK survive an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Every delay reduces a person’s chance of survival. A cardiac arrest is the ultimate medical emergency.  This practical training has proved crucial and effective in saving lives in those all important first minutes of a cardiac arrest .

The British Heart Foundation’s “Restart a Heart”  team together with members of the emergency services worked with all our Year 9 students giving them hands on training and confidence in what to do in case of such a medical emergency.


For More information about the work of the British Heart Foundation click on the logo below or to see the step by step guide to CPR click on the Call Push Rescue link.

The nearest Defibrillator to Holy Trinity is within the Tesco store on Carlton Road – remember this – it could save someone’s life!