On Monday 10th September, 2018, 3B were fortunate enough to have a special visit from 5 Engineering students from Engineers Without Borders, UNSW. Together, students worked with their engineering mentors to design a blade for a wind turbine which they tested out. It was a challenging task as students needed to consider the angle of the wind blade along with the design of the wind turbine. This collaboration has had a positive impact on students’ skills in group work, views towards Engineering and how important STEM is in the real world in terms of energy production, sustainability and helping others. We look forward to having Engineers Without Borders return to the school in future to work collaboratively with students on other modules.