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12 Apr


Friday 9th June will bring together 20 schools to Headingley stadium for a unique learning experience outside of the classroom.

There are a range of workshops to get involved in, from physical activities on the pitch to classroom based sessions.

First Aid Workshop
At this year’s Education Day Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be providing the children from a variety of school from across Yorkshire a 50 minute First Aid workshop, including the following:
• When to call 999
• What to do in an Emergency?
• DRSABC – Primary Assessment
• Unconscious Casualty Management
• Choking

Check them out on Twitter: @YAS_First_Aid

“The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation are really pleased the Yorkshire Ambulance Services NHS Trust will be returning this year to offer their workshop for the second time at Education Day. We feel their workshop really helps to engage with the children, highlighting the importance of first aid, with some brilliant learning tools to help the children remember life changing skills.” – Joanne Swinbank, Assistant Project Officer, Yorkshire Cricket Foundation.

YCF Stadium Tour
This is an exclusive behind the scenes tour which the children get access to:
• The Yorkshire Cricket Museum
• Player’s Changing Rooms
• The Media Centre
• The East Stand
• The Long Room
• Hospitality Areas
• Players Practicing Areas
• And The Dickie Bird Balcony!

Kwik Cricket by Pro Coach
Pro Coach provide first-class coaching experiences and will be running 10 kwik cricket matches on the outfield of Headingley Cricket Ground. With all 600 children attending Education Day getting the chance to take part in beginner style kwik cricket.

Take a look at their Twitter to find out more: @ProCoachCricket


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