About Us

Welcome to our blog!

We are Grade 4A at New Gisborne Primary School in Australia. My name is Mrs Miller and while I take care of this blog, the students of 4A also contribute by commenting on posts and writing guest posts. The students also all have their own blogs which you can visit by clicking on their link in the blog roll on the right.

We love blogging! We love digital learning and are always looking to learn more and improve our skills.

We welcome your comments and look forward to blogging with you.

from Mrs Miller

PS: The photos below show some of our favourite places around our awesome school. You can visit the students’ blogs to find out why these places are our favourites.

One of our courtyards

Different views of our courtyard

Some of the murals around our school

Our big gym and oval area

7 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hello from Virginia, USA!
    We’re a class of sixth graders hoping to make connections with students bloggers from around the globe. We’d love to hear more about Quad Blogging–and about the books you’re reading now. We’re always looking for new recommendations. Recent popular books include: The School for Good and Evil, Hidden, and The Crossover, this year’s Newbery award winner.

    We’d love to have your students visit our blogs–and we’ll return the visits.

    Mrs. Rombach’s Sixth Graders

  2. Dear Mrs. Miller & 6A,

    Thank you for taking the time to post a comment on our class blog (http://technologythreaders.edublogs.org/) We’ve been exploring your blog and are very impressed with your Spring Haiku work. The illustrations are very impressive and everyone should be very proud of their work.

    Our school is located in Dublin, Ireland and it is Autumn here……the weather is cooler and the leaves have turned lovely Autumnal colours.

    We can see that you all work very hard…keep it up!

    Ms Fay & the Technology Threaders

  3. G’day 5C,

    Thanks for registering early for the September 2012 blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week starting 9th September, when the first challenge will be published. If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the blog. Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages.

    If you have any great ideas for activities in the challenge, please leave a comment at this link. Many of the challenges will relate specifically to certain subject areas.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

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