Frost covered the lifeless grass; the fluffy clouds hovered through the energetic sky. Sam strolled out his black, wooden door; in the frosty grass he saw a rusty key. He quickly picked it up and it glowed. Suddenly a gateway opened and slowly he walked through. In front of him was a bright magical world with trees made of all flavoured ice cream and path ways made of candy. Then he realised how he will get back? He tried saying all the words he could think of then he tried the key and he arrived back on earth.
If you are reading this, I am probably dead. Shells are falling into the sorrowful ruins of our trenches, but I am trapped under dark, cold rubble. My body is broken but my mind is at peace. There is no hope for me now. If you are reading this, don’t make the same mistake I did. Don’t go to war. There is still hope for you. Remember me.
I lift up my pen and seal the envelope. Suddenly, the impact of a shell rattles my bones. The I see a dazzling beam. The light was so bright. But now darkness.
Everybody is nervous and excited at the moment.We have already sorted out the bedrooms but we haven’t found out what day groups yet.
1. Get your suitcase and put your name on it.
2. Then get you clothes and pack them
3.then check the list to see if you have everything.
4. Double check you have evreything in your suitcase.
5. Choose a suitable bag and your toys NO ELECTRONICS!
I’m not sure who Sea Trout refers to, but which adult can you recognise?
Wray Common’s first raspberry pi try out
This is the first time we have tried out Wray Common’s raspberry pi!
In the box we have:
- Raspberry pi
- Micro usb power supply
- Clear plastic case
- Preloaded sd card
- Key board
- Hdmi to dvi cable
- Lots of cables that we don’t really need!
- User guide
- Scratch programing book
We are going to put the preloaded sd card in, and we have turned on the monitor. Done! We need to plug in the power supply. We need to plug in the key board and mouse. Done!
Now the moment of truth we need to plug in the raspberry pi! Oh dear we forgot to plug in the hdmi! Oh dear again, we plugged in the hdmi and nothing displayed! So we turned both of them off and on again at the same time (my Dad says this is good IT consultant practice), and it worked!
We typed the user name of Pi, and the password of raspberry. Then Startx to start the desktop, a kind of Linux.
We’re up and running with Raspberry Pi!
By Charlie Hawker, Year 5, Wray Common Primary School