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19th January, 2021 - 03:29am: At 03:29 fire control took a 999 call from an occupant of a house in L...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 8.08pm: Ambulance Control requested attendance of DWFRS at a two vehicle RTC a...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 7.10pm: A crew from Swindon were mobilised to a report of tyres and rubbish on...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 6.41pm: DWFRS Fire Control received an emergency call to flooding in a propert...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1520hrs: Multiple crews attended a fire in high rise property fire in Bournemou...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1059: Fire involving a 2 floor building 10m x 20m. Severe fire damage to gro...Read more

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17th January, 2021 - 12:32: After receiving numerous calls about thick black smoke from an unknown...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 12:48: Cranborne and Verwood attended an RTC involving one vehicle. Two peopl...Read more

Education activity archive

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Education Team have been busy producing online resources for families to assist with home-learning and helping younger children understand how they can stay safe at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Each week a new fire safety topic has been introduced, based around a story which children can listen to alongside activities. The resources include work and colouring sheets as well as “Meet the Firefighter” challenges and “Glue and Make” videos.

Pages and activities from previous weeks:

Safe by the Sea

There is lots of fun to be had at the seaside, but we need to be very careful as well.

Sam’s Sad Day

Sam is a sand lizard who lives on the heathlands of Dorset. One day something sad happens to Sam and his friends.

Frances the Firefly

Frances the Firefly has a tale to tell about the dangers of fire and the importance of fire safety.

No Dragon’s For Tea

We are really lucky to have Jean E Pendziwol read her amazing story “No Dragons for Tea” for you. She wrote this story to help her own little girl understand the importance of fire safety without being scared.

What Do Firefighters Do?

Have you ever wondered what firefighters do?

“Meet the Firefighter” Challenges:

Week 4: This week’s meet the firefighter comes from Ann Marsh who’s based at Poole Fire Station. She gives us her top tips for staying safe and keeping fit.

Week 3This week’s meet the firefighter comes from Brian Baker who’s a watch manager based at Wareham Fire Station. He gives us his top tips for staying safe and keeping fit.

Week 2: This week’s meet the firefighter comes from Alex Brown who’s based at Wareham Fire Station. He gives us his top tips for staying safe and keeping fit.

Week 1 : Now you’ve tried Nigel’s Wake and Shake – let’s find out some more about him and learn a new exercise he has for us!

Make and Glue episodes: 

Episode one: Puppets

Episode two: NHS/Clap for carers hat 

Episode three: Easter fun

Episode four: C19 Heroes

Episode five: Firefighter Torch

Episode six: Dragon

Episode seven: VE Day

Episode eight: Frances

 

 

 

 

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