STUDENTS at Bunbury Primary School learnt the intricacies of science as the school took part in National Science Week.
The Year 2 students displayed their knowledge of wind forces last Friday as they rotated between different stations which were set up.
Teacher Mary Malloy said the stations assisted students in learning about forces on the earth.
“We are reusing material and making things to help them learn about gravity, friction and air pressure,” she said.
Student Will Procter said making land sailboats was a highlight from the week.
“You can learn how air pressure works and moves,” he said.