IT WAS all things science, technology, engineering and maths at Sturt Public School today as students showcased their future creations for the school community to see.
This marked the third special STEM day, with students across every year level having something on display.
Budding scientist Amelia Stanton was welcoming parents and visitors into the hall where year's 5 and 6 students were showing off their hard work.
Some kids are designing robots to help in the future.Charlotte Makeham, school captain
"My favorite part is that I get to welcome everybody into our amazing showcase and all the displays from this year," the 11-year-old said.
"We've also got a water fountain which shows how many plastic bottles we've saved from going into the ocean and polluting our school."
School captain Charlotte Makeham, 12, said her favourite part of the day has been visiting each stall and finding out what other students have been learning in their STEM classes.
"Year's 5 and 6 students were designing their own apps and also an outdoor learning area for grade three students," she said.
"Some kids are designing robots to help in the future and others created hats for the Melbourne Cup."