About our Blog

Hello everyone! We are a fabulous school in Bolton and we believe that learning is a social activity. We love working together – ‘Neurons that work together, fire together!!’
We are very excited about our new blog and we would appreciate any feedback and comments on our amazing learning journey. Fasten your seatbelts and ENJOY THE RIDE…!
From the fantastsic year 6′s

18 Responses to “About our Blog”

  1.   De0bbie (Hollys Great Aunt Says:

    Hi i am Hollys Great Aunt .. I live in Son Caliu .. Mallorca which is one of the Balearic Isles .. I moved here from Los Angeles 12 years ago .. I love living abroad because there is a lot less rain than in the UK

    Auntie Debs


  2.   Mrs Darlings Says:

    What a fantastic blog you have 6D! I love looking here to find out how you’re doing as well as getting great ideas for my own blog and to share with my school!

    Keep up your great work and good luck in reaching 5000 hits before Christmas! Not far to go! 🙂


  3.   Justin Says:

    Your blog is the best it looks really cool. I like the game on the home page. It is a lot of fun.



  4.   Steve Smith Says:

    What an amazing blog! I’m a teacher in Sheffield who was on a training day in Manchester recently, where I met Mrs Duxbury. I thought I’d have a look at your blog to get some ideas to help with ours, which has been running since January – http://watercliffe.creativeblogs.net/
    Since we’re just beginners, can you give us your top tips for blogging success?


  5.   Mrs Leach Says:

    I just wanted to say thank you to Reece, Nathan M, Holly, Tegan, Julia and Sean S for commenting on Matthew’s story. In Redditch, we don’t have primary and secondary schools. We have first, middle and high schools. Year 6 go to middle school so he was particularly impressed by the fact that Year 6’s were giving him such support with his writing. He has now started planning and drafting his next story. So, once again, thank you.


  6.   Laurenb Says:

    Hi guy, I just wanted to say how great you are at your comments, also our whole class (6M Lyonshall) have really, really loved having you as a quadblogging buddy. The things you have written on our blog is incredible even though our class will never be as good as you a commenting we do try.
    Once again thanks, Laurenb, Lyonshall 🙂


  7.   Mrs Leach Says:

    I just wanted to say congratulations for reaching 18, 000 visitors to your blog so far this year. It’s always a pleasure to read.
    Thank you 🙂


  8.   CharlotteW Says:

    Thank You everyone for leaving a comment on our blog, please visit our blog again and leave some great, amazing comments!


  9.   Di Says:

    I was asked to visit your blog by friends (parents of one of your teachers). I live in Canberra, Australia, but will be visiting Great Britain in a couple of weeks and am hoping to get to York just for one day 🙂
    It sure looks like you have a progressive school and the teachers make your learning a lot of fun!
    I see you ave holidays coming up soon. Have fun, stay safe and don’t forget, when it’s time to go back to school, that you will looks back in years to come and think your school days were the best years of your life!
    Enjoy life! Di


    •   Mrs Duxbury Says:

      Hello there, we are thrilled when we get visitors from all over the world and feel privileged when lovely comments like yours are left for us. We hope you have a wonderful time visiting England. Have fun exploring this wonderful country.


  10.   Ms. Whiting Says:

    Hello 🙂 We are a class from Vancouver Island, BC Canada and are looking to expand our online community! If you have any suggestions on how to improve our blog, please let me know! We look forward to sharing our thoughts and opinions with you!


  11.   Mrs. Sinnott Says:

    Hi there,
    My name is Mrs. Sinnott and I am a grade 5/6 teacher from Victoria, Australia. I stumbled across your blog via 100WC and must say that I am very impressed! We are currently on school holidays for Summer and don’t go back to start the new year until the 31st January. I look forward to introducing my new students to your class blog and hope that if you get time you may visit our at http://www.thelearninglair.weebly.com
    Kind regards, Mrs. Sinnott and 5/6S



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