Our school's year 6 choir sang a song called the stone and the kids from Jamaica did a dance to show the earthquake happening.
Doing the video conference meant we could do some of our performance live.
On the morning of the conference we had to wear light coloured T shirts that would show up well on the interactive whiteboard in Jamaica.
Heads and shoulders
In the IT room we dialled up Mona Heights on the video phone.
On our whiteboard we saw loads of kids, there were about 40 crammed into a classroom, we could just see their heads and shoulders.
They spoke first, said hello and welcomed us. Then it was time to do our play."
Yashwant, 11, London
"We moved our chairs closer to the screen and started the play.
We could see the faces of the children in Jamaica watching us, it was like they were in the audience.