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.
Tag Archives: Miriam Lord
We are studying adverts in Year 6 and this week we shall be using and applying all we have learned to construct our own persuasive packaging and adverts. In order to make our own high quality products we must … Continue reading
Year 4 had a fantastic week working towards the joint celebrations of opening the new library and the 25th anniversary of the opening of the school. During the week, they planned their work using the TASC wheel, produced biographies of Miriam … 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
Sadly, Year 6 pupils shall be moving on to their secondary schools soon. Many of them have spent 8 years with us here at Miriam Lord and we thought we would use this wall to let them share their special … Continue reading
In 6JC we have been talking a lot about collaboration. What it means, what it looks like and how it changes depending on the task we are doing. We are beginning to understand that sometimes being told what to do … 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 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
As part of World Maths day we invited parents into school to see what we were getting up to in maths. Every class had a table in the hall to show parents and pupils what they were doing in maths. … Continue reading
Maths Theatre Show As part of World Maths Day, 2 visitors came to our school and put on a maths theatre show called “Mrs Jessop and the math’s lesson of doom.” The show started in the morning at 10:30am and ended at … Continue reading