Youngsters were given a crash course in first aid to prepare them with key life saving skills.
Children from Green Haworth C of E Primary School, in Accrington, spent the day with Sandra Scott from St John Ambulance.
The Year 6 pupils spent time learning skills that can help to save lives and were taught how to deal with common injuries safely and correctly.
They were assessed throughout and passed each module. They will be issued with an attendance certificate by St John Ambulance.
Acting headteacher Amanda Jackson said it was vital training.
She said: “This year, for the first time, we decided to provide our Year 6 children with First Aid Training. Our Year 6 children spent the day with Sandra Scott from St John Ambulance in order to learn key skills that can save lives and help equip them with the knowledge to deal with common injuries safely and correctly. This training is so important.
“As well as equipping them with the knowledge to be the difference between life and death, learning first aid helps to improve self esteem as well as teamwork and communication skills.”