More than 3,000 schools from around the world applied for this year’s GE Additive Education Program, with 600 schools from 30 countries accepted.

Over the next year, GE will deliver 3D printers—along with supplies, software and an education curriculum—to primary and secondary schools around the world.

Makers Empire is managing the education component of this pioneering program.

North Sydney Demonstration School was among the 103 successful schools from Australia.

GE and Makers Empire recently visited the school to celebrate the news with teachers and students, who had plenty of ideas of how they’d use the 3D printer. 

Check out the video from the day created by GE.