The first of 122 defibrillators to be installed in Liverpool's schools is being handed over today.
Every primary school in the city is getting one.
It follows the death of schoolboy Oliver King in March last year.
Oliver, 12, was a pupil at King David High School in Childwall. He died during a swimming lesson from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), which kills 12 young people across the country every week.
SInce then his family has set up a campaign to get more of the potentially life-saving machines in public buildings.
The first school to get a defibrillator will be Pinehurst Primary in Anfield.
After the handover 122 balloons will be released at the school.
Headteachers from across the city agreed to pay for the machines out of a surplus in their budget.
- For more information about the Oliver King Foundation, visit www.theoliverkingfoundation.co.uk