Blogging @apollo

The blogging guidelines at Apollo are:

  • All blogs will be password protected, meaning that you need a username and password to add/edit any information on the blog.
  • Students will only be identified by their first name.
  • All comments submitted have to be approved by me before they are included on the blog.
  • Posts will not include personal details about students such as addresses and family information.
  • There will be no individual photos of students.
  • Parents who leave comments are asked to use their first name only so as not to identify their child.
  • All students must abide by the blogging rules that are established as a class.

Children in grade 5V are also required –

  • Ask permission to use the blog at home
  • Always try your best to write a ‘quality’ comment.
    • Correct spelling and punctuation
    • Comment must be relevant or about the post
    • Never use you full name or include personal information
    • Comment must be written like a letter
  • Make sure your parents and friends don’t include their surnames too.
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18 thoughts on “Blogging @apollo

  1. Dear Mrs Veal,
    This is the answer to question number one, of the Oddkins; The conflict on the stone bridge, was between the Oddkins and a dog, who had escaped from his owner.
    From Bethan and Karleen.

  2. Dear Mrs Veal,

    The answer to number five is they use jingles to get a their song stuck in your head so you can vote for them

    From Peter-Liam

  3. Dear Mrs Veal,
    The answer to number seven is: the political advertising has to stop three days before the election.
    From Karleen.

  4. Dear Mrs Veal,
    I am very excited about camp! I think I might dress up as a vampire for the dress – up – dinner.
    From Karleen.

  5. Dear Mrs Veal,
    I am so, looking foward to camp.
    I think I might have a few DVDs for Camp Norval.
    Maybe I will dress up as a Ventriliquist for the Dress-Up Dinner.
    From Bethan!

  6. To Mrs Veal ,

    A book that I would recommend is called Hunger Games. It has lots of action and keeps you on the end of your seat. It’s about a girl and a boy that get put in a arena and fight other people.
    I rate it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ out of ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.
    from Noah

  7. Dear Mrs Veal
    I think James and the Giant Peach because I like peaches and all the time there is action. It’s good for kids to read.
    I think ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️out of ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.
    From Leo

  8. Dear Mrs Veal
    The good deed that I did was cleaning the house.
    from Leo.
    Dear Mrs Veal
    I made my sister feel better when she was sick.
    from Jake

  9. Dear Mrs Veal my good deed I did was washing the
    Dishes.
    from Leo.
    Dear Mrs Veal
    I helped keep the place clean From Jake

  10. Dear Mrs Veal
    QA There is a Comet in Space and a spaceship from Earth had to land on the Comet and had to take pictures of the Comet and then come back to Earth and the Comet smells of horse pee.

    QB I think that it was worth spending money for so they can find out lots of things about space.

    QC A connection I can make between the landing is a movie called lost in space
    From Adrian

  11. Dear Mrs Veal
    QA There is a Comet in Space and a spaceship from Earth had to land on the Comet and had to take pictures of the Comet and then come back to Earth and the Comet smells of horse pee.

    QB I think that it was worth spending money for so they can find out lots of things about space.

    QC A connection I can make between the landing is a movie called lost in space
    From Adrian

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