Green Park School

We are really excited to be starting the “Pass the Blog” Project. Although it is our half term holiday we will do our best to tell all about our adventures in and out of school.

Our school is in Maghull, which is near Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Last week the Olympic Torch came close by and 32 lucky children were chosen to watch at Crosby Beach and take part in an official World Record by being part of the biggest human Olympic Rings!

The Olympic Torch and the World Record on PhotoPeach

Keep in touch with our blogging on “Pass the Blog” and we would love you to spend a little time looking through our class blogs.





6 thoughts on “Green Park School

  1. Hello Green Park Primary,

    I’m REALLY excited to see you guys kick off this global project! What you post on here will be seen by thousands and thousands of people all over the globe. I know your teacher well and I also know that you are absolutely sensational bloggers. I can’t think of a better group of people to start this project. Go for it and keep blogging!

    Mr. Mitchell

  2. Hi everyone. Looks as though you had a great time, and great weather, at crosby beach. I love that beach and Antony Gormley’s figures.

  3. Hi Green Park,

    Great start to this exciting project. I’m looking forward to seeing how things develop this week and over the coming weeks and months.

    Keep up the great work.


  4. Well Done!

    What a fabulous time you must have had seeing the Olympic torch.
    We will get to see it later in June but we won’t be on the beach!

    Perhaps you will visit our blog

    Keep on blogging.

  5. What an exciting time you all had, looks like the weather was good too. It must be great to be near to the seaside. We are so looking forward to the torch coming to our area. We love blogging, even though we have only just started. Good luck with your blog.

  6. Hello Green Park. I think I saw the rings on the news. I went to see the Olympic torch and thought it really got me in the mood for the games. Good luck for your time as the school ‘carrying the torch’ of Pass the Blog!

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