Say hello to the six members of this year's Media Team (formerly known as the website team). These sixth class students will be responsible for bringing you news and updates here on the school blog throughout the year. We have three photographers (Eoghan, Ross and Stephen) and three writers (Daniel, Alex and Eoghan). The team will also share other duties around creating audio material and uploading reports to the school website.
A few words from our three writers:
I am looking forward to being on the school website team, as I will get to go to most of the school’s events. I am privileged to get the opportunity to be chosen to take part. The events I’m most looking forward to are football finals, hoping that our school will be taking part in them.
Well I always wanted to be a writer and when I heard that Mr. Lane was looking for three pupils to write for the school I jumped at the chance. I’m looking forward to writing on the school blog and being able to say “I wrote that”.
I am truly grateful to have been chosen to be on the St. Corban’s B.N.S. blog team. I would like to thank Mr. Lane for giving me such an opportunity and hopefully it will be a great experience through the school year!
Mr. Lane's class recently completed a writing project with a class in America. A connection was made on Twitter and this developed into a transatlantic writing project involving lots and lots of sweets (or candy)! Click here to read more about it.
We're big fans of blogging in room 11. We have our own blog at mrlanesclass.com, we do homework every week on Kidblog and for this week we're contributing posts to a great Christmas project.
David Mitchell, a teacher in the UK, is also a big fan of blogging. He has set up various blogging projects over the last few years. His latest project is all about getting students from all over the world to blog about Christmas. You can read our posts and those from others by visiting christmas.quadblogging.net. If you click on "corbans" here or in the sidebar of the blog you will see all of our posts together.
Our blog is maintained by members of staff as well as students (under staff supervision). We hope you enjoy our posts!