The team at Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) understand that these are challenging times for those working in education, with both staff, students and parents adjusting to a new way of learning.
To help with remote learning and to keep our young people busy during isolation, they have created the Teddy Medic Challenge. Each Tuesday, they will release an online challenge for children to engage with at home or for those children still attending school.
The challenges will be centred around the award winning Be a 999 Hero programme and led by Teddy Medic himself. They aim to make this as interactive as possible and will encourage families and teachers to share children’s work with our community by posting it online.
The first Teddy Medic Challenge ‘Helicopters & Rainbows’ is already available through the Sky Heroes website. They are asking children to get arty and say ‘thank you’ to the air ambulance team.
The amazing Critical Care Team are still doing their life-saving work in our community. Any support or encouragement from the children in our region could really make their day.
So please share this with anyone you know who may want to take part.