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  1. Hi Annie
    I saw on Kathleen Morris’s blog that you are looking for a class to collaborate with this year.

    I am a Year 4 teacher at a school on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. This is my first class blog and we are only just up and running at We are also looking for a class to collaborate with. I’m not sure if you were looking for a someone that is a little further away but thought I would let you know we are there.

    If you would like to collaborate with us please feel free to e-mail me at so we can put some plans into action.
    Have a great week.

  2. Hi Skye,

    I have emailed you and that sounds great!

    Your class blog is great as well! Look forward to blogging with you this year!


  3. Hi Aine,
    I teach a group of second graders (7/8 year olds) in Monroe, North Carolina, USA if you are interesting in blogging some.
    If interested you can let me know. Brenda

    Check out our blog site at
    Our school mascot is the roadrunner. I’ve had a blog site almost a year now so I’m still learning about blogging.

    • Hi Brenda,

      Thanks for commenting! We would love to blog with you. I will also ask our grade 1/2 teachers if anyone is interested. Thanks for getting in touch.


  4. Hi Mrs Murphy/John?,

    Not sure which, I came across your site via and it suggested the site is run by John an Irishman, huh? Anyway, I found your site and what you do very interesting. We are also an education/self development/self esteem site for teenagers. You may find some of Nicole’s (author, teacher and blogger) posts quite relative to what you do:

    We are currently looking for educators and teachers to help with our latest project, MyQuest, a multi-platform, fully interactive online learning system for teenagers. We are looking to partner/cross promote blog posts with bloggers and/or advertise on high traffic websites. We are running a crowdfunding campaign which will hopefully allow us to donate our learning systems and tablet devices to needy schools in Australia. You can find more information on the campaign here:

    Either way, I believe Nicole would enjoy connecting with you to swap stories, ideas, methods and more. We look forward to hearing from you.


  5. Dear Danny and Nicole,

    Thank you for alerting me to that blog post. I had no idea I was in that list and honoured to be among some amazing bloggers. Interesting how my name changed to John somehow… I am indeed Áine not John and indeed a Mrs not a Mr.

    I had a look at your blog and the posts are interesting and do echo a lot of similarities in my feelings on education.

    I am somewhat unsure of what you are requiring in partner bloggers, but email me and we can start the conversation going.

    Thanks again for visiting my blog and passing on your details.

  6. Hi Aine,
    I found you online, and I see you are publishing some excellent material about schools and education in Australia.

    We would love to feature some of your work on if you are interested?

    Right now, we are looking for experts in this field to promote and work with to build a fantastic online community of writers and publishers.

    Do you have some recent articles or content you would like us to feature about you?

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Mike Leembruggen

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