Senior students

@ St Elizabeth's Primary School

Blog Guidelines

Please follow our blog guidelines to keep this a friendly place.

    1. Correct grammar, punctuation and spelling is important.
    2. Use appropriate language for primary school students at all times.
    3. This is a blog, not a chatroom.
    4. Stay positive in all communication.
    5. All comments should be relevant, polite, respectful and courteous.
    6. Any links posted must be suitable for primary school students.
    7. This is not the place to share personal issues or details.
    8. Only students’ first names, photos, work, video and school name MAY be included on the blog.
    9. Students’ surnames, address, email address, phone number, specific plans, date of birth and other personal information WILL NOT be included on the blog.
    10. Posts written by students are checked by one of the teachers before they are published on the blog.
    11. All comments have to be approved by one of the teachers before they are included on the blog.
    12. Students will be encouraged to comment on other class/student blogs with teacher/parent supervision.
    13. To ensure the global community cannot identify children, parents who leave comments are asked to use their first name only so as not to identify their child. Eg. Please identify yourself in comments as “Jane – Sally’s mum” rather than “Jane Brown – Sally’s mum”.
    14. Others’ work, images, music or videos will not be used without permission and attribution.
    15. Parents are invited to proofread comments that students write on blogs at home.

Some guidelines sourced from: 4kmand4kj

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5 Comments to

“Blog Guidelines”

  1. March 8th, 2013 at 11:00 am      Reply daving Says:

    Hi senior students,

    I that these guidelines are really great.
    Do you have any other blog guidelines

    • March 15th, 2013 at 12:45 pm      Reply Shannan Says:

      Hi daving
      We only have one other page of guidelines and that is under commenting. What blog do you come from? Are your blog guidelines as strict, even stricter or are they lenient. Some of our guidelines are from 4kmand4kj. Have you imported your rules from another blog or created them from scratch?

  2. April 19th, 2013 at 2:43 pm      Reply Bryan Says:

    Hello everyone,
    These blog guidelines is perfect for safety and cyber safety. Hopefully everyone follows the rules. The rule that I find the most important is your identy. What do you think?

    • May 15th, 2013 at 5:32 pm      Reply hollpi Says:

      Dear Bryan,
      Your right thinking your identity is most important. I found that when I read these guidelines, most of them spoke about your identity. Your identity is really important and must be protected.
      From, Holly!

  3. June 12th, 2013 at 4:03 pm      Reply Kim Says:

    Dear everyone,

    I think that having these blog guidelines will help all of us. This will help everyone know that we care about what is posted on our blog. I hope everyone follows these rules. What do you think?

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