Children at North Curry Primary School have finished a unique project with the Met Office, looking at why the Somerset Levels flood.
The pupils experience these conditions first-hand in a regular basis, particularly with the last few years of extremely wet weather.
The school won a grant to set up their own weather station, which the children monitor daily.
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