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This week four Sea Rescue instructors have kicked off NSRI Water Safety schools programme, sponsored by the Kouga Wind Farm in the Humansdorp area.Every year NSRI crews and lifeguards rescue many children, but it is much better to teach them how to stay out of trouble in the first place. The children and teachers are loving the presentations and the feedback from the first day’s teaching yesterday was very positive!During the coming week our team will teach more than 10 000 children in Jeffreys Bay, St Francis, Oyster Bay and Humansdorp: Childen of Pellrus Primary love the CPR demonstration. Happy face from King's College in Jeffreys Bay Grade 4 Class from Kings College Vuyo Zondani is ready for the presentations at Makukhanye Primary Devonne de Vos from Jeffreys Bay Primary is doing hands on CPR So proud of my sticker
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