Blog Guidelines

Our class blog is a way for us to share our ideas and our learning with other people.

Sharing our learning means that it is very important that we understand how to use the blog and the internet in a secure way.

The following guidelines have been established to ensure the safety of our students when blogging. The guidelines are also reminders of how to use the blog to improve writing and keyboarding skills.

• Student work will only be identified by first names. All comments should have first names only.
• Parents who leave comments are asked to avoid using their family/surname. (Please post comments as “Peter’s mum” or “Megan’s grandfather”, etc.)
• All comments submitted have to be approved by Estelle Ash before they are included on the blog. Inappropriate or sloppy writing will not be approved.
• Proof-read your comments carefully. Students should have a family member check for spelling mistakes before submitting a comment.
• Only Estelle Ash has access to post things on the blog. Later in the year, when students begin to write blog entries, they will go through edits and revisions before Estelle posts them.
• Always write in full sentences and words – no “text talk” please!


  1. What a GIANT letter! I'm Trey, from N.Y. When you finish your mystery, tell me about it. What does the boy look like? Take a look at my class blog!

  2. Hi I'm Erin from Harley third grade in NY,
    I really like your stone giant project.Have you ever heard of Big Foot?I hope you can check out our blog at

  3. I LICT the bit when dukC STOMD OuT

  4. I liked the vidio when year2 was talking about duck was in ostralia. I laughed when i listened to my own Justus

  5. I liked the video about pumcin soop it was fery good. I liked wen y2 was teling about duck hoo was in ostralia.I liked wen the video was explaning where wool comse from and how it was coloured. By Justus

  6. If the musicians of Bremen were on the list of the fairy tales then I would have chosen them, By Justus