Where do you want to go today?
1. Only use first names.
2. Never post personal information – such as your home phone number, mobile phone number, email address or home address.
3. Tell your parents or teachers if you come across anything that makes you feel uncomfortable.
4. Don’t post comments that could hurt anyone.
5. Don’t make arrangements to meet anyone over the internet!
6. Enjoy our new class blog.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Children in Year 3 really enjoy reading. This week we have been finding out more about one of our favourite authors ‘Roald Dahl’. We used the internet to research him and found out lots of information such as: When he … Continue reading
It’s time for another challenge involving the use our Rainbow Writing skills. I was highly impressed last time at how children managed to use a range of colours to write a story full of suspense, so today I thought it would … Continue reading
Can money buy happiness? This is our third joint philosophical question between Miriam Lord, Kensington Avenue and welcome to Coppice Primary School in Oldham who have also been commenting this week. We would, of course, love to hear from all … Continue reading
Mr Harrison and Mr Young have just arrived in London where they will be spending the next two days working with other Headteachers and Deputy Headteachers from all over the country. This will help us gain new ideas to bring … Continue reading
Would you rather be fire or water? Why? This is Year 6′s second philosophy question on our new blog. Excitingly, we have linked with a school in Croydon, South London, called Kensington Avenue Primary School. The Year 6 … Continue reading
How exciting that the work of our future apprentices made the local newspaper. It has been great to see the children working so hard on their enterprise skills alongside our friends at the Yorkshire Building Society. They are now ready … Continue reading
I have a weekend challenge for the children of Miriam Lord. Although our many visitors from around the world may also wish to have a go. The challenge involves using our Rainbow Writing skills. I am going to write the … Continue reading
This week we are asking for comments from our parents. Have a listen and let us know your thoughts in the comments section. Our question was: What do our parents like about the school and what changes would they make?