Who and where are you?

Welcome to Glebe Primary Year 3 blog. Please spare one minute to leave a comment for Year 3 pupils. If you leave a comment, it WILL BE shared with the Year 3 class and will help to give them a sense of audience. Just say who and where you are. Pupils always like to know a little about their audience.

Thank you!

25 thoughts on “Who and where are you?

  1. Andy holgate

    Good luck everyone with your blog.
    I’m a librarian at Lancaster University in the North West of England.
    I’m also a blogger and author.
    Have fun and enjoy blogging 🙂

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  2. simon jarvis

    Hello, I follow Mr Mitchell on Twitter & he asked if we would visit your blog to say Hi. I live in oxfordshire

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  3. Gary

    Hi, I’m a teacher in Telford, but I’m off school poorly today because I’ve got a nasty illness called tonsillitis

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  4. Mr G

    Currently teaching a year 4 class a bit of coding, up here in sunny Rugby……. ok, maybe it’s not so sunny!

    Welcome to the world of blogging. I look forward to seeing your work and getting my classes to visit your site.

    Good luck.

    bljsblogs.net

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  5. Elaine Carboni

    Good Morning, I’m Mrs. Carboni and I am an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher at St. Gabriel Independence Mission School in Philadelphia, PA in the USA. Enjoy blogging; my students do!

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  6. Joe Makepeace

    Good afternoon Year 3.

    My name is Joe Makepeace and I work in a small village called Treales in Lancashire. I have a great view of rural Lancashire from the office window and can see Blackpool Tower on the Horizon.

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  7. Jayme Johnson

    Hi Year 3, My name is Mrs. Johnson and I teach technology at a Pre-Kindergarten to 6th grade school in Pacific Palisades, California, USA. Our school is near Los Angeles. My 3rd graders are just learning about blogging and will be starting their own blogs soon!

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  8. Mrs. Johnson

    Good morning from Camas, Washington USA!
    I’m a former 4th grade teacher and now I teach teachers how to use technology. Best of luck Y3.

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  9. Mr van hecke

    Hi year 3, my name is Mr van hecke and I’m Deputy Head Teacher Sunny Bank Primary in Whitefield, Manchester…… My Year 5 class also Hi

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  10. Rosie Doughty

    Hi year 3. I am a teacher in Bermuda. My year 3 class have just started blogging and they love it. I hope you enjoy your blog too.

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  11. Laurina Rushworth

    My name is Laurina and I am the Marketing & Communications Manager at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College. Only students who are aged 16 to 19 years old can come to this college. Shrewsbury is in Shropshire which is the most geological diverse county in the the country and is the county that is the furthest away from any coastline. Famous places in Shropshire include Iron Bridge – where the first bridge made of iron was built; War of the Roses battlefield sites including a house that hid Charles I; Much Wenlock which is the where the man who came up with the idea of reinventing the Olympics came from and Shrewsbury which has the oldest skyscraper in the world AND the tallest column with a statue in the world (133ft 6ins tall).

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  12. Chris

    Good afternoon Yr3.

    I am Chris Wesley, Chair of Governors at Long Sutton Community Primary School in the Fens of South Lincolnshire.
    I hope you have enjoyed your time with Mr Mitchell getting to grips with blogging….

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  13. Rosalie Gore

    Hello, I am a teacher at Moor Hall school in Sutton Coldfield. It is a Primary School. I am computing coordinator. I teach Y6 and Reception. I also work with other classes. I think Blogging is brilliant!

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  14. June Bellingham

    Hello year3. My name is June Bellingham and I am the school business manager at Langold Dyscarr Community School in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Keep going with your blogs – it’s great to read about what other schools are doing!

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  15. June Bellingham

    Hello year3. My name is June Bellingham and I am the school business manager at Langold Dyscarr Community School in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Keep going with your blogs – it’s great to read about what other schools are doing!

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  16. Nicola Joyce

    Hi year 3, my name is Nicola and I actually help people write blogs as my job! So keep writing – you never know how it could be part of your life later on 😀 (I used to write a lot when I was your age, but this was aaaaages ago long before blogs were invented. In fact it was even before the whole internet was invented, can you even imagine that?)

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  17. Mrs Heggie

    Hello Year 3 !
    How amazing to have messages from people in America and Bermuda! I am one the governors at Glebe School and have enjoyed reading about what you have been doing in school. I am looking forward to coming to school at the end of the day and seeing everyone in their World Book Day costumes – were you able to work out who your teachers were dressed as?

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