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My Home Learning Page


Be sure to check out my home learning page .

If you don’t know how to get to my home learning page use the demo below.

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My Euro Country – Wales


In class, we are doing the Euro 2020 competition and my country is Wales.

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Schools Around the World


All schools around the world are handling COVID – 19 slightly differently but we are all part of the same problem.

In an attempt to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus, an increasing number of countries have made wearing face masks mandatory in public spaces, with citizens facing a possible fine if caught without one.                                                                            Other governments, such as the United Kingdom and Singapore, have urged the public not to wear masks to ensure enough supplies and personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.

Did You Know?                                                                                                                                                                                               In Denmark, at lunchtime instead of playing tag and touching each other, they step into each other’s shadow instead!

Most things are back to normal in Australia now, but we still need to be careful. In Adelaide, you don’t have to wear face masks to school, or anywhere! I am very grateful. to be living in Australia, and I hope that Covid doesn’t take any more visits. Once Covid dies down in England, I can’t wait to travel over there and take a visit to see my family!

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Dear Bloggers,

I’m getting a puppy on Saturday, tomorrow! I’m really excited! It’s a boy and we are going to call him Bruno! 

Happy Blogging!

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Tutorial-How to Change Your Theme on Your Blog


1. Go to your Dashboard.

2. Next click on the blue writing, which will take you to your theme. It will say “Default Theme”.

3. Then you will reach the “customize blog” page and you can scroll down to choose which blog theme you want.

Once you’ve reached this page, you must choose a theme that has widgets. Also make sure that if you want to have that theme click on it and then press publish. If you have clicked a theme you’ve decided you don’t like then make sure to click on the x button to discard it.

Happy Blogging!

I’m hoping to see your new fancy blogs!

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Sustainability-Plastic Pollution


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Passions and Interests-Athletics


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Fake Blog – Travel


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Emoji Quiz!


Dear Bloggers,

Please try the emoji quiz below!

1. 😀🎂                  2. 🍌🍞                    3. 💡🏠

4. 🖊👫🏼                 5. 👸🏻💕                    6. ⭐️ 🔭

7. 🎀⬆️                 8. 🥛 👩🏻                   9. 🎵🗒

10. ⚫️🐴              11.👸🏻❤️🌹 🐻        12. 🌌👾👾

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Travel Post – Interesting facts about England


Did you know that in England you can never be more than 115 km away from the ocean!

Thought London was the first capital of England? Guess again, in 1519 Winchester was chosen as the capital, and already in 827, King Egbert was crowned here.

It’s thanks to an English scientist named Tim Berners-Lee that we can use the internet like we do today. He invented the “WWW” also known as the World Wide Web.

In general, English football is highly regarded around the world thanks to its Premier League and various top football teams. But the national team isn’t always meeting the high expectations from its supporters.

But they can still pride themselves with a World Cup title back in 1966 when they won against West Germany with 4-2.

You probably wouldn’t believe it, but it’s true…there are more chickens in England than people! That’s Crazy!

French was the official language of England for about 300 years, from 1066 till 1362!

The highest temperature ever recorded in England was 38.5°C (101.3°F ) in Brogdale, Kent!


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