WODONGA West Primary School students can now sail the high seas or walk the plank.
New pirate ship playground equipment, which was made by Indie School students, was installed at the school this month.
Indie School teacher Mark Crowhurst said Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning students in Years 11 and 12 did the project.
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Mr Crowhurst said the pirate ship project covered key learning areas.
"The students have gained personal development skills, learnt to plan their days and worked as a team," he said.
"They have worked as a group, being inclusive of all members."
Mr Crowhurst said Indie School students worked with Wodonga West Primary School students in March to make bird boxes for their Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden project.
Wodonga West Primary School principal Jocelyn Owen welcomed the Indie School involvement.
"I'm really proud of the effort they've gone to to make such as exciting project," she said.
"Our kids really love it; it's a really nice two-way thing."