Yesterday all the Eday school children finished digging the School garden. Meanwhile some of the people were flattening the ground and some other people were planting the different kinds of tatties are pink fir apples,Duke of York, Swift and many more kinds of tatties and by that time it was about 7 pm.
On Thursday the sheets for the Polycrub were put on.
Barry, Adam, Mike, Lauren, Jonathan, Jeff, Mr Miller, Kate and Hamish came to help.
Adam and Hamish had to climb on the polycrub to put the sheets on, We had to put screws in the sheets to secure them then we put washers on the screws, two or three people had to carry one sheet.
We finished at half seven and stayed there until about eight but we put all the sheets on now we only have to put the ends and doors on and we can start to sort the inside.
The raspberry pi is a sort of programming computer which uses electricity. You connect it to the monitor using a special cable called the V.G.A cable.you can see what is in the raspberry pi’s brain if you turn the monitor on. We use a language called Scratch ( where you can make and play games on some code). You can control any device with the raspberry pi.
As well as selling loads of things, we had a stall for “Guess the teddy’s birthday” and for “Guess how many sweets are in the jar”. Ena won the teddy and Elsa won the sweets. Altogether we made over £250!
Thank you, Ann and Marcus (and Mrs Miller) for setting the whole thing up. All this money is going over to Africa to help stop people suffering.