Blog Guidelines


Student blogging guidelines

When you press PUBLISH, what you have written is instantly visible all around the world. Make sure you think carefully about what you write in blogs and in comments and always follow these rules.


Only use your first name. Your Posts must not include yours or anyone’s personal details such as address, email address or phone numbers. When writing about yourself don’t be specific. eg. Say: “I go to a local dance group ” rather than “I go to Mary’s Dance Studio” You must have your teacher’s permission to post a photo.


Always keep other people’s feelings in mind. When commenting on what others have written show them that you have read it rather than just saying “great job”. Be open to other people’s opinions, but be prepared to discuss your own position if you don’t agree.


You are broadcasting yourself to the world. Present yourself in the best possible light Use good grammar, spelling and punctuation. Save abbreviations and shortcuts for MSN and texting.


Remember you cannot use anything from the Internet and call it your own. Make sure you only use copyright free images, songs and text.


Parents who leave comments are asked to use their first names only.


Posts written by students will be checked by the teacher before they are published to the blog Teachers must always have students approval before posting their work or images

11 thoughts on “Blog Guidelines

  1. Hi Miss Black

    I think you should add a frog called Kermit
    and make him look funny i think it would help this blog a lot.
    Well this was the stuff i thought of,
    thanks anyways

    From Levis K

  2. Dear Mrs Black,
    I really like the blog. I played the dice game and it was very fun.
    goodbye now

  3. Dear Mrs Black,
    This blog has interesting things that will blow us away. How do you come up with these amazing stuff to put on the blog?

    From; Harshi 3/4 NB

  4. Hi Mrs Black,
    i like the science games for kids its fun to play i also looked around the blog
    to see if you put anything new on the blog that the class could look at.

  5. Dear Mrs Black,
    I am just wondering if you could post the homework sheet under a category called HOMEWORK for the people that forgot to get a sheet. I just thought it would be handy to have the homework on the blog.
    This emoji has the date of my birthday📅!
    From Alex 3/4NB

  6. Dear Mrs Black,
    Today Mrs Phillipe was here for the day I completed the ‘Comparing Countries Chart’ We also did some RE, we had to answer some questions about a story/passage. I chose Jesus is tested in th wilderness.

    From Alex 3/4NB

  7. Dear Mrs Black,
    I think you should add a category for the people who want to ask you something, but the thing they want to ask you about is not on any category or post, I dont know what you should call the category maybe OTHER TOPICS.

    From Alex 3/4NB

  8. Dear Mrs Black,
    Can you please post the homework for Term 3 Week 3 I forgot the homework sheet in my tub from Monday.

    From Alex 3/4NB!

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