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: March 2012
At Miriam Lord we love books, and we love to read! I am always delighted to walk around school and see children reading with friends, reading with an adult, or sometimes just reading on their own. So to build on … Continue reading
I know that lots of you are all waiting to hear who the Blogger of the Term is, but Mr Harrison has had an idea. I am going to keep an eye on the blog over the holidays and make … Continue reading
Well done to all children in Year 3 who performed Jack and the beanstalk to an audience of children and parents. Children worked hard this term to create all the scenery, props and learn songs, dances and dialogues. It was … Continue reading
I have decided not to choose a Blogging Champion for this week, as we now have only one week left till we break up for the Easter holidays. Celebration Assembly will take place on Thursday this week, so you only … Continue reading
I have always known what a committed bunch I have at Miriam Lord. But this was proved this Saturday, when lots of the staff came in to rearrange the books in school. This was quite a task, as it involved … Continue reading
You had to be careful if you were walking through the hall this week, because we had a brilliant Tri-Golf Day taking place. Just about every year group in school got the chance to work on their golfing skills, even … Continue reading
Can you believe we have now covered 73 schools with our Olympic Torch! It has been a fantastic achievement, but we are aware that time is running out if we are to do every primary school in Bradford by the … Continue reading
Well done to all the children who entered Week 24 of the 100 Word Challenge, we had over 30 entries. There were some great pieces of writing, including our Miriam Lord Gems by Haider in 5WS and Nayeab in 6DY. The new prompt for the … Continue reading
Reception children have been busy making moving vehicles using bricks, wheels and axles this week. Although some children found this tricky, they persevered and over time revised their work to improve it. The children tested the vehicles for movement, speed … Continue reading