Edenderry pupils enjoy a W5 adventure

Mya Campbell and Marc Wylie from Edenderry Primary School, Banbridge have fun getting creative in START exhibition area during their visit to W5, the award-winning science and discovery centre in Belfast's Odyssey Complex this month.
Mya Campbell and Marc Wylie from Edenderry Primary School, Banbridge have fun getting creative in START exhibition area during their visit to W5, the award-winning science and discovery centre in Belfast's Odyssey Complex this month.

EDENDERRY Primary School left the past behind and leapt into the future this week at W5 with a fun day of exploration and discovery at the award-winning science centre in Belfast’s Odyssey Complex.

With over 250 hands on exhibits in four dynamic areas and not one “Do Not Touch” sign in sight the pupils were invited to touch, feel, smell and press everything in sight.

They also had the opportunity to attend workshops, enjoy daily demonstration shows and take part in a brand new Planet Quest Laser Tag mission sponsored by UTV.

All W5’s seasonal activities are free with admission which means a school trip to W5 offers an incredible variety of activities and great value-for-money, something that many cost-conscious schoolchildren and their parents will welcome.