Paramedic Nik Stewart taught students how to call the ambulance.
He also let excited eyes look at some of the equipment while students walked through the ambulance.
Principal Hans Geers said the visit was linked to a health program run by students from Curtin University in Bentley.
�Curtin students from a range of health disciplines rotate through Brookman Primary, providing these services to children from Kindy to Year 2,� Mr Geers said. �During their rotation, the Curtin health students develop their inter-professional and discipline-specific skills, running whole class health lessons and working with individual students referred by teachers.�
About 160 students participated in the paramedic visit.