The ASISTM (Australian School Innovation in Science, Technology & Mathematics) project has involved the incorporation of Maths300 into the Mathematics curriculum of the schools in our cluster project. Three of these schools are rural secondary schools that are separated by travelling times of 30-50 minutes. There has been contact between these schools at the staff level through a Leading Schools initiative. We wanted to give students in these schools the opportunity to see themselves as part of a larger learning project and decided that the ASISTM initiative would be a good vehicle for this. The idea that developed was to bring together groups of students from each school at different venues and to expose them to a Maths300 lesson that they would then take back to their own school. These students would then be used as the leaders to introduce the lessons to groups of their peers.