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Awesome Autumn Half-Term Activities

There are heaps of things to do on Poole Family Information Directory (The FID) this half term. Poole Zombie Fest and Zombie Parade is a free, family-friendly day of spook-tacular More…

There are heaps of things to do on Poole Family Information Directory (The FID) this half term.

Poole Zombie Fest and Zombie Parade is a free, family-friendly day of spook-tacular activities taking place within Falkland Square, in the Dolphin Shopping Centre. Find out more!

Don’t miss out on Dorset Rewild’s free family event in Poole Park - Tribe Adventures - Halloween Family Fest.

Poole Libraries also have a packed schedule of activities to entertain – check out Circus Fun, Silly Circus Skills, Creepy Crafts, Create a Cracker, Autumn Craft, Pom Pom Crafts, Juggling and more!

For a family treat, Lighthouse Poole are showing Long Shot, The Tale of Cockatrice and You Tube Sensation Little Baby Bum!

Visit The FID for the full list of half term activities!

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Does Your Child Have Additional Needs?

Add-On
If ‘Yes’, have you signed up to the Add-On Register yet? Hundreds of Poole families are already enjoying the benefits of Add-On and getting discounted entry on local and national attractions, restaurants and holiday destinations with their MAX Card! Additional needs can be for a variety of… Read full article

Secondary School Application Deadline 31 October 2018!

Secondary school application deadline
Don’t miss the secondary school application closing date of 31 October, for children starting school September 2019. Parents can apply online now! For further advice contact School Admissions. For details on secondary schools  in Poole visit The FID. 1 October 2018 Read full article

'Safe Drive Stay Alive' for Young Drivers

Safe Drive Stay Alive
National statistics show that young drivers are involved in a significantly higher number of accidents than the rest of the population with road crashes being the biggest killer of those aged between 15 and 24. The Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow aims to educate young… Read full article
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