Blogging Rules

Blogging rules
A blog can be very exciting, it allows people from all over the world to share our learning and make comments. We need to remember to follow a few simple rules to stay safe and to get the most out of our blog. It is very important that we understand how to use the blog and the internet in a secure way. This ties in with National Curriculum objectives and the Computing skills that the children are expected to learn and apply.

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

Please follow our blogging rules:

  • Only use your first name when commenting – no surnames.
  • Relatives who leave comments are also asked to use their first name only or to post comments as “Reena’s Mum” or “Gary’s Grandfather”.
  • Keep safe – don’t reveal any personal information.
  • No text talk – write in full sentences and read your comments back carefully before submitting.
  • Be polite – don’t post anything that could hurt anyone.
  • Always show respect  – be positive if you are giving comments and always remember that the blog is an extension of our school that the rest of the world is able to see.
  • All posts and comments are checked by school staff before they are approved.

If you have any more concerns about the security of the blog then please feel free to have a chat with Anthony, Lucy or Lily.

For more information on online safety check out these websites:

ks1 Blogging Rules

Key Stage One 5-7 years

ks2 Blogging Rules

Key Stage Two 7-11 years

2 Responses to Blogging Rules

  1. Lailie rays sister says:

    Hello lailie,
    It sounds like you are having an amazing time! Enjoy the fresh air and being out of the London bubble! I love you so much, enjoy the rest of your trip.
    Lots of love,
    Lauryn xxx

  2. Natania pryce says:

    Hey tiara hope ur having a fab time luv u xxx mummy xx

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