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I have been collecting good quality comments, here are 5 good tips to write one.

1. Add description.

2. Make the author feel good.

3. Start a convosation.

4. No emojis.

5. Ask questions.



Well not rapping, more like a poem. This poem is going to be about the goldfields and what these guys are saying in this photo.

But first a thanks to S T Gills for this photo, copy and paste this text              to see his website!

I see something shine! Will it be gold?

Oh no! I was trolled!

Damn Bob! Let’s see if you like being stuffed with!

I’ll pretend to be a locksmith!

He walks into the shop and wants me to fix his watch.

It turns out to need a hard touch!



Hey guys 👋

Our class is adding avatars on our blogs, wanna know why? It’s the weekly class blogging challenge. Here’s a picture of mine:

I think it looks like me because I have a phone, my favourite colour is red and my hair is normally straight.

Rule of Thirds


Rule of thirds? This isn’t maths fractions we are learning photography!

The rule of thirds is a photo that uses 2 horizontal and 2 vertical lines that make the picture more lined up.

Grade 6

Heres one of mine, so we took pictures of our favorite place in prep or when we started to now.

Grade 4 ( when I started).

I challenge you to a dance off, hands off…!


Hey guys on Thursday we had a performance for P/A, we got to choose a song and yesterday we got to perform it in front of the whole school and parents. Our song was dance off and who you know. We performed it on a truck with ice cream and pizza vans around.

The learning intention was to improve confidence and drama, at the end once all the songs were done, the 6’s were performing a graduation song.


Then after that the teachers were dancing to Michale Jackson’s Thriller. The principal was Michale and the teachers were zombies. It was probably the best one there.