John Frosdick and Paul Skipp 2 volunteers from the RLSS UK spent the day at Bucklers Mead Academy educating the entire year 7 and 8 cohort about how to prevent and save potential dangers in water.
The students were given some hands on advice about water safety as well as shown some hard hitting, but extremely important facts about the amount of people who drown due to not following simple safety guidelines, which the pupils were guided through. It was an invaluable experience for the students and hopefully may in the future be the difference between someone drowning and being saved.
John and Paul are looking to educate other schools so that they spread the message on how to have fun but be safe in open waters. If any school is interested please contact them through the RLSS UK Yeovil website.