Saturday 14 May 2011: Computer School
Early morning again, the computer school opened for business. Duncan from the factory arrived one hour early, with Casco our roving headmaster shortly behind. Victoria too, the Deputy Head of Zola Zola Secondary school was there in plenty of time.
The place looked like the centre of mission control in the movies, cables computers, more cables, extra ROM, RAM and other techie stuff on display.
When we arrived the place was in full swing, with a typing session and both teachers and students were amazing and lasted flat out until about 2.30, when we had to send them home!!
The pic shows Chad with Victoria, who was excited with every little bit of progress, and really showed it.
Next class 2pm Monday (yet another Public Holiday this time commemorating the founder of the Nation Kamuza Banda)
Did you notice this:
This Week in Blipfoto - Staff Picks
Paprika from Wells for Zoe is a joyful photograph which illustrates a heart warming piece about how the work they do changes lives for the better and the interconnectivity of it all. Try and take a few minutes to read the story, from some really good people.