Blogging Guidelines

Blogging Guidelines

Blogs are a way for us to share our ideas and learning with others that includes parents, families and friends of our school community. This means that it is very important that we understand how to use our blog and the internet in a safe way. These guidelines have been put together to promote online safety to our students when blogging.

Students will only be identified by first names. All comments should have first names only. Students are NOT to give out and personal information about themselves or other people (such as surnames, addresses, phone numbers, email accounts etc.)

Parents who leave comments are asked not to use last names either. (Please comment as ‘Johnny’s Dad’, ‘Jill’s Mum’ etc.)

All comments submitted have to be approved by the class teacher before they are included on the blog. Inappropriate or sloppy writing will not be approved.

Please proof read comments carefully. Students should have a family member check for spelling mistakes before submitting a comment.

Always write in full sentences and please do not use text talk.

Blogging Rules and Guidelines are adapted from http://jmsalsich.edublogs.org/blog-guidelines/

One Response to Blogging Guidelines

  1. Natasha says:

    “Hi” or should I say “Bonjour”. It’s Natasha here in Paris, France and the time is 6.54am. We are 8 hours behind you guys which it must be 2.54pm on Thursday at school.

    So far, We have flown from Melbourne (8am Tuesday) to Perth, waited a long time in Perth then endured a long flight to Abu Daubi where the weather was 35 degrees at midnight. Abu Daubi was very busy with people from all over the world. You realise us Australians are just a small percentage of the world population when you see a place like this. We then caught a plane and flew off to Paris arriving at 9am Wednesday morning (5pm Wednesday Melbourne). Mum, Dad and I feeling exhausted from the airport caught a train to where we were staying arriving at 12noon (Paris time).

    Today Thursday, we will see the sights of Paris. Au revoir for now.

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