6 Year 9 students from Darland High School, along with Assistant Headteacher, Lisa Easton, entered a competition run by the North Wales Ambulance Service, as part of the National ‘Restart A Heart Day’ in July. The competition was to win the school a defibrillator. It required entrants to put together a short video to explain why defibrillators are important and how students could disseminate the CPR skills they had learnt as part of ‘Restart A Heart Day’, to others in order to raise awareness. We are extremely proud to say that the entry from Darland was successful and, having won the competition, we will now be receiving a state of the art defibrillator which will be installed just outside the school for use by the school and the community of Rossett. The defibrillator will be presented to the students in a special assembly on Friday 27th October.