RUPANYUP Primary School pupils are trying their hand at different activities as part of a three-week community program.
Community members are teaching the school's prep to grade six pupils cooking, cricket, woodwork, computer game programming, science experiments and zumba.
The program began on Friday, with students flipping pancakes and learning to bowl.
School principal Gavin Young said the community classes were a 'win-win'.
He said the students learnt new skills, while community groups could promote their activities.
"The program provides the opportunity for children to participate in activities that they wouldn't normally do and to establish links with the community," he said.
"With these activities, the kids can get a bit of a look at what they can do when they are older."
Five community members volunteered to teach the classes each Friday for three weeks.
"Community support is important to all schools, especially smaller schools that need support from the community to keep things happening," Mr Young said.
"In Rupanyup's case, it is a close-knit community and we see ourselves as being an important part of the community.
"We are lucky to have community members who can come in and share their expertise and teach the students."