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We are a class of 9, 10 and 11 year old children. This is a place where we can share our work with others. It lets our aunties, uncles, grandparents, parents and friends see some of the work we have done at school. If you would like to leave a comment just click on the “comment” link at the bottom of each post.

18 Responses

  1. I think this is beautiful! Keep up the good work!

  2. This is a lovely web site.I’ve been showing all your hard work to my daughter,Caitlin and she has learned alot from it.We’ll keep looking……
    PS I’m Mr Fawcett’s sister in the UK!

  3. This is amazing. We like the moa and the maui dolphin. Please make more with nails and maybe claws. 🙂 keep up the good work!!!!
    (You are bookmarked)

  4. Cool site! I used to know Mr. Fawcett in Wakefield. Amazingly I now teach at the school where he and I knew each other.

  5. Thank-you for reading my blog. In our class most of us are 7 and 8 years old and we have 2 9 year olds . We live in Auckland in a suburb called Pt England.

  6. This is very cool guys – well done. You’ve inspired me to set one up for my class over here in Queensland Australia – I’ll send you a link when it’s up and running.
    Keep up the good work
    Mr F

  7. Kia Ora Room 9 and Mr F,

    I wanted to say hi and thank you for all of the inspiring work that you have been doing on your blog. I am kicking myself that I didn’t find this blog sooner so that I could become the 40000 visitor!

    The reason I found your blog is that not too long ago, my class and I started up a blog of our own and we have been looking around for ideas….and there are plenty of ideas to be found here! GREAT WORK ROOM 9!

    Anyway, we will work hard to try and make our blog as good as yours is! You can check it out if you like:
    http://ourclassblog.globalstudent.org.au/

    We are class 4/5 at Stonnington Primary School in Melbourne, Australia, although I (Mathew, the teacher!) am originally from New Zealand (Paraparaumu!). You can check out our school website too:
    http://www.stonningtonps.vic.edu.au/

  8. What an awesome blog! I will definitely share this with my students and teachers.

  9. Hi there, Really like the layout and content of your blog. Keep up the great work. I might even switch over to Word Press!!!

  10. Hi Room 13,

    I was just looking though your absolutely awesome blog! Wow how great to have somewhere to put all of your exciting work! I have really enjoyed browsing 🙂

    Keep up the fanstastic work!!!

    Miss Pope

  11. hello mr fawcett i miss glenview school
    so much. my new school is vardon school
    and its really cool being a senior but i
    miss being a year 4!!!

  12. It feels like only yesterday I was in room 5 using an old PC running Windows 98. We didn’t have the internet back then. It’s so nice to see that Glenview’s pupils are connected today, and are using technology as a tool to proudly showcase their work.

    Kia ora!

  13. Hi Mr. F,

    I’m an Information Technology Teacher in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. I’m wondering if you can put me in touch with someone at your school or someone in Hamilton, New Zealand who would like to blog with a class of grade 4 students here in Canada? We would probably use kidblog and communicate once or twice a month about a common interest or text agreed upon by the teachers.
    Thanks heaps!
    Derek Walker
    Queen Victoria School

  14. Great blog, Mr.F’s crew! I enjoyed reading about everything going on in your classroom and look forward to sharing it with my students. You can check out our Grade Three blog from West Vancouver, Canada at the3clife.posterous.com. I have relatives in Invercargill and Queenstown, and look forward to visiting your beautiful country again!

  15. u have a good blog mr MY TEACHER

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