Here you will find a range of Blog pages create by the children in Shakespeare class.
Student Blog Rules:
Blogs can be very exciting, it allows people from all over the world to share our learning and make comments. However, the internet can be a dangerous place. Using a blog safely is the most important thing about being a blogger. We need to remember to follow a few simple rules, to minimise any risks and ensure children stay safe and to get the most out of our blog. The following rules, if followed, will minimise any risks and will ensure that you will stay safe whilst blogging.
- Don’t reveal any personal information. Never give away any personal information about your location or identity.
- Don't post pictures of yourself without specific permission from your teacher or parents.
- Don't use text language in your posts.
- Never use your full name or other children’s full names in your posts or blogs.
- Comment on other people's posts too. Blogging is about commenting and posting!
- Try to post about things that your audience would like to read.
- If you see anything that shouldn't be on your screen, do tell your teacher or parents immediately.
- Do visit other class blogs regularly to read and comment. This helps people come back to your blog.
- Try to show off your best work/writing whilst blogging and use the tips people suggest to you to improve.
- Our Blog is a public space, with other people looking at our work, so always be proud of what you’ve written or commented.
- Always be polite and show respect – don’t post anything that could hurt anyone. Be positive if you are going to comment and always remember that the blog is an extension of our school that the rest of the world is able to see.
Please note that relatives who leave comments are also asked to use their first name only, or to post comments as ‘David’s Mum’ or ‘Susan's Grandfather’.
Remember that Mr Hancock reads and approves every blog post and comment before it appears on the Website page, so it might take a day or two. Don’t worry, your post is not lost in the web!