St Aldhelm's Church of England Voluntary Aided Combined School Poole

St Aldhelm's Church of England Voluntary Aided Combined School is a Voluntary Aided School located in Poole, Dorset, teaching Middle deemed Primary students aged between 5 and 12 years of age.

The school operates under the Poole local authority.

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School nameSt Aldhelm's Church of England Voluntary Aided Combined School
Head TeacherMr Neil Revell
Number of pupils496
Type of schoolVoluntary Aided School
Phase of educationMiddle deemed Primary
Ages5 - 12
Local authorityPoole
Parliamentary constituencyNot known

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