Thank you for the leads that made the Raspberry Pi's work!
We've all had loads of fun making the LED lights turn on and off on scratch, a programming website. Also on scratch I have tried out the buzzer. During this process we’ve realised that we don’t need a teacher to tell us what to do. We CAN do it for ourselves, which is what the teachers have been telling us and we have found out, so we don’t need our teachers when we are adults.
I especially loved our first session with the Raspberry Pi’s, when we were figuring out the plugs for each thing e.g. the mouse, keyboard and monitor. I kept thinking that the screen was the computer but soon learned that the Raspberry Pi was the computer and that the screen was the monitor.