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.
Category Archives: Year 1
We love reading in Year 4 and we are very much looking forward to the new library opening so that we can enjoy an even greater range of books as we know that great writers are also great readers. We have … Continue reading
Exciting news for Miriam Lord! Taiba and Laiba in 4WS have had their entry in Week 12 of the 100 Word Challenge chosen and published on the actual 100 Word Challenge blog! Over 500 children entered the challenge that week and … Continue reading
Can you believe it? We have reached another landmark. This morning as I was checking the blog and reading the wonderful comments on offer, I noticed that we had just gone over the 150,000 mark for page views. Our blog … Continue reading
Please remember that if you are in Year Five or Year Six, you have the chance to become one our Reading Ambassadors and help our younger children to become more confident readers. Interviews will be held Tuesday afternoon from 1.00 … Continue reading
Remember everyone, that next week we will be having some Parent Coffee Mornings to launch our new school year at Miriam Lord Primary School. This is a brilliant opportunity for parents to get into school and have an early chance … Continue reading
If you could change into someone else, who would that be? Let’s start our new term by really using our imaginations. Think about the person or thing that you would like to change into. You may want that change to … Continue reading
Both classes in Year 6 have been busy revising their work on Living Things. This started with some trips to Drummond Road to see what lived there before we worked collaboratively in our groups to revise our knowledge of Science … Continue reading
I woke up this morning, and couldn’t believe the news! We have not only been shortlisted to win one blogging award, but three blogging awards. We must have received lots and lots of votes because I am incredibly proud to … Continue reading
The Government is going to try and stop ‘cyber-bullying’ by forcing websites on which they happen identify the online bullies. It wants children, young people and adult to be able to quickly find out who’s posting nasty messages about them … Continue reading
Exciting news again for Miriam Lord! Aleesha and Aisha A in 5MB have had their entry in Week 32 of the 100 Word Challenge chosen and published on the actual 100 Word Challenge blog. Over 300 children entered the challenge … Continue reading