Supported by:

The Partners and their roles in Saving Londoners' Lives

It is never too early to start learning ELS

British Heart Foundation (BHF)

The BHF offer schools the opportunity to affiliate to Heartstart UK and receive a number of benefits, including insurance cover and start-up grants for equipment. They provide long-term support and resources for Heart start UK affiliated schools.

Visit British Heart Foundation website

St John Ambulance London (Prince of Wales's) District (SJA)

SJA is the country's leading provider of First Aid Training, and they provide expert instructor training for teachers and school staff on the practical skills of ELS.

Visit St John Ambulance website

London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS)

LAS NHS Trust is the largest ambulance service in the world and take the lead in medical student training for this project.

Visit London Ambulance Service website

London Medical Schools

Medical students from the five London Medical Schools (Imperial, UCL, Barts and The London, St George's and Guy's, King's and St Thomas') are trained by the LAS to facilitate and support teachers and school staff when delivering the ELS programme to their pupils.

NHS and London Mayor's office

The NHS in London and Mayor's office both support this project, which helps prevent death and serious illness, so improving the health of Londoners.

Visit NHS site and London Mayor website