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I.M.P.S. Evaluation

EvaluationPlease help us to demonstrate the benefits and effectiveness of I.M.P.S. by:

  • Providing as many children as possibly with the opportunity, and log-in details to complete the I.M.P.S. online safety quiz. www.impsquiz.co.uk (This needs to be done pre & post hospital visit).
  • Completing and returning your teacher evaluation form on the day of your hospital visit.
  • Returning children's evaluation, letters, drawings and photographs, that we can use on our web pages, in I.M.P.S. news or as part of our performance monitoring procedures.
  • Notifying us if any children ever have to use any of their I.M.P.S. skills or knowledge.
  • Leave feedback at http://www.impsweb.co.uk/kidszone/

Teacher Comments

"Very well organised - good pace, which kept the children interested.  I think highlighting accidents that can happen everyday in the home was really important.  Encouraging the children to know simple ways that they can reduce accidents."

Mauldeth Road Primary School

"Always a positive experience.  Content is superb.  Awareness is always good immediately after the visit - and these things do come back in a crisis so yes, very valuable in the future.  I feel it is a great part of Year 6 work/life skills & awareness of the work of the NHS too."

Alma Park Primary School

"They are now aware how to avoid unecessary risks and how to deal with an emergency situation.  A brilliant morning, which dealt with serious issues in a fun and interactive way."

St Jame's C of E Primary School
Birch in Rusholme

"One of our pupils helped to save the life of a relative following the I.M.P.S. visit last year.  Fantastic as always - children really enjoyed the morning as well as learning vital life skills."

St Mary's RC Primary School