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: December 2011
It’s hard to believe that just over a month ago we were celebrating having 30 flags on our site, and now, can you believe it, we have got 50 flags! I know the children have loved seeing where our visitors … Continue reading
Can you believe it’s that time of year again? It’s that time of the year when Mr Harrison looks in the mirror and realises that his shirts don’t fit and the numbers on the weighing scale must surely be telling … Continue reading
One of my favourite things about the holidays is the chance to catch up with different friends. This got me thinking about friendship – Why do we choose the friends that we do? What makes a really good friend? I … Continue reading
Mr Harrison is currently reading ‘Billionaire Boy’ by David Walliams. It really is a fantastic book all about a child called Joe Spud, who is a billionaire, and can buy ANYTHING in the world, apart from the on thing he … Continue reading
May I take this opportunity on behalf of myself, the staff and the governors to wish all our families and children a fantastic Christmas and a wonderful New Year. You have earned it. But remember to keep watching the school … Continue reading
This has been our most successful term at Miriam Lord Community Primary School. And I know this because… Lots of children have been working really hard and are making fantastic progress in English and Maths, meaning that results are on … Continue reading
Hello Year 4 (and 4VM in particular) Well, this is my last blog so as a ‘grand finale’, I would love to read some of your fantastic poetry over Christmas. Because you have spent so much time working on Winter … Continue reading
Looking back over the great blogs on learning from the past month, let’s look at the question of education. What do you think education is? How should children be educated? What is important and what is not? Should children control their … Continue reading
Friday was a really exciting day at Miriam Lord, because we had lots of visitors coming to see the work of Year Six in their Greek Museum. Our Year Six children did a great job at welcoming children, staff and … Continue reading