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News Archive > General > PENS AND NEEDLES: School defends medics training

PENS AND NEEDLES: School defends medics training

By Adele Moore 6th June 2018

PENS AND NEEDLES: School defends medics training

A ST AUSTELL secondary school has been forced to defend its decision to give pupils pens shaped like hypodermic needles.
The pens were handed to students at Penrice Academy as part of their life saving training with the Mini Medics programme.
As part of the national initiative - which is free for students in Years 7 and 8 - students are given packs of books and equipment, including ‘Mini Medic’ pens...
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By Adele Moore 6th June 2018

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