Mount Pleasant Primary School was turned into a crazy laboratory fully of quirky experiments on Tuesday to celebrate National Science Week.
Each classroom ran a different activity as the whole school got involved, with mixed ages working together to come up with solutions.
Forces, magnetism, gas reactions, flotation and buoyancy were some of the studies conducted during the Science Fair.
“We've had volcanoes happening and using gases to blow up a balloon,” teacher Jane De Lorenzo said.
“They have had the best day.”
Ms De Lorenzo said because Literacy and Numeracy Week is so widely recognised, sometimes Science Week can be forgotten.
“It is a good chance for the kids to know that maths isn't the be all and end all and that science is also really important,” she said.
“It is fantastic for them to have a lot of fun with it too, because it can often be seen as such a boring subject.
“It might even spark a few ideas in the kids to do some experimenting of their own.”