Share and remember
Put kindness and helping into action.
Share and remember your learning
Remember and share what you have learned in First aid champions, including first aid skills, and what you have learned about helping others, keeping well and staying safe.
Get creative! Look at the activity ideas below. You could make a poster wall, start a kindness campaign in your school or community, devise a play, or write a letter to someone who could make a difference or teach others.
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Share what you have learned using your writing skills.
Write a play
Write a play that includes the bystander effect, using first aid skills and showing kindness. Show the play in your school, youth group or community to share your learning.
Write a letter
Write a letter to someone who you think could make a difference in your local area, e.g. your MP. Ask what they can do to help encourage more people to learn first aid and help others.
Create a song, poem or rap about topics that inspire you in First aid champions. You could perform what you have written or get it printed or posted somewhere that helps share your message.
Make a poster wall, create a calendar or start a kindness campaign in your school.
Work with your friends to create a poster wall that gets across messages about learning first aid, stepping in to help and keeping safe.
Kind acts calendar
You could create a kind actions calendar;decide on something you could do each day for a month to make a difference to someone else’s life, and spread the kindness.
Take what you have learned about the bystander effect and helping others, and campaign for the spread of kindness and helping other people. Highlight the importance of learning first aid skills.
Share your learning by teaching others or setting up a debate in assembly.
Plan a lunch group
Kick start a first aid champions lunch group to learn and practise more about first aid, wellbeing and helping others.
Teach a first aid skill
Teach at least one first aid skill to your family or friends. You could watch the first aid films and practise with a role play. Then download the British Red Cross First aid app.
Set up a youth panel in assembly or tutor time, each taking on a different topic from First aid champions, e.g. helping others, first aid, or safety and wellbeing, and ask for questions from the audience to hold a debate.
Other sections that might interest you
Learn and practise 17 different first aid skills secondary school students can use to help others.
Learn about the bystander effect, what inspires people to help and the qualities of people who act.