Calls for emergency resuscitation skills to be made compulsory in the new Welsh curriculum have been rejected by the education minister.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) wants CPR to be taught in all schools. The charity hopes it would improve the odds of survival for people who have cardiac arrests outside hospitals.
But Kirsty Williams said the curriculum is moving away from prescribed lists of subjects – but there would be nothing to stop CPR being taught.
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