School webteam: May 2014
Doctor visits Audlem St. James
The children in Sapphire Class were given a lovely talk and demonstration by one of our parents who is a GP.
They were given the opportunity to use all of the interesting pieces of equipment used by a doctor.
The children examined each other, temperatures were taken and they listened to each other's heartbeats with the stethoscope.
The children talked about keeping fit and healthy and the safe use of medicines.
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