On Tuesday 12 July Year 10 Science students were provided the opportunity to participate in the University of Melbourne’s Endeavour Roadshow. This programme gives students an exciting introduction to engineering and information technology and the fundamental concepts underlying these fields through an engaging and stimulating hands-on workshop. Teams of engineering and IT students from The University of Melbourne facilitated the workshops and discussed their courses of study and passion for IT and engineering. Students were then set the task of designing and building either an electronic car or a bridge to allow for transportation of food from its source to a village. The task required students to draw on their prior knowledge and further develop their problem solving skills to make the bridge strong enough to carry the required load and the car, and to negotiate a series of twists and turns in the road. Students embraced this challenge and worked collaboratively to deliver the required technologies to succeed. We look forward to developing further links with staff and students at The University of Melbourne as part of our Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) programme at Ruyton.