Posting videos on the blog

At Heavers Farm and Selsdon schools we create our class blogs using If you have made a video, perhaps for homework, you can share it with us using by the steps below.

STEP ONE – set up a youtube account
• Create a free youtube account on

STEP TWO – make your video
• Make your video using a phone, tablet or camera.
• If you want the video to be used on the blog please do not include video of children either saying their own or on another’s full names or other personal details (e.g. a child coming out of their front door).

STEP THREE – upload your video to youtube
• Many devices allow uploads direct to youtube. If not, upload via your home computer.
• You can upload your video as: (i) private, (ii) unlisted; or (iii) public. To be viewable by the school it must be either “unlisted” or “public”. We make our videos “unlisted” as this allows them to be viewed through our blog but NOT come up in a youtube search.

STEP FOUR – post the video URL to the blog
• Log into youtube and select “Video Manager” from the top bar menu.
• Click on the button to “Edit” your video.
• Copy the “Video URL” (it will look something like this
• Paste this URL into a comment on either the school blog or your child’s class blog.

One thought on “Posting videos on the blog

  1. Sebastian Stevens Ipad February 5, 2021 / 12:03 pm

    World’s worst children.The author is David Williams and the illustrator is Tony ross(the people I have always liked and enjoyed).The plot is about a boy who always does pranks but never stops and should be rated 6+ because its is very childish but on the other side it is really funny. Even though I liked the book, I think it should have more dialogue. What I liked about the book is when hank pulled the most epic prank but it turned to be on him. what happened was that he locked himself in the bathroom and pretended to be in the bath all night and when everyone was asleep he crept into bed and slept. The next morning, he woke up early so that he could get in the bath to pretend that he was in the bath for the whole night so he drew wrinkles on his face to look like an old prune and filled the. bath up with cold water because if he put warm water it would not looked like he was in the bath all night so he sat in the cold water. Hours passed a seemed to been frozen every time pick up the book I could not put it down he does little pranks like putting a bucket over the door so when someone opens it the paint will spill all over them or a lot like

    by Sebastian Eagle class


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