Look out Harry Potter!

Culmore PS pupils Jessica O'Hare, Daire Walker and Ryan Bradley scooped the top award for their winning Harry Potter tower model at the WELB Primary STEM Challenge organised in partnership with Sentinus at the Technology Education Centre, Omagh. Culmore PS now proceed to compete in the Seagate Young Innovators final in the Odyssey Arena, Belfast in June 2011. Pictured back row: Annette Wilson Culmore PS Teacher, Oonagh McNelis WELB CASS Asst Advisory Officer and Jim Murray Christian Brothers GS, Technology & Design Teacher.

Culmore PS pupils Jessica O'Hare, Daire Walker and Ryan Bradley scooped the top award for their winning Harry Potter tower model at the WELB Primary STEM Challenge organised in partnership with Sentinus at the Technology Education Centre, Omagh. Culmore PS now proceed to compete in the Seagate Young Innovators final in the Odyssey Arena, Belfast in June 2011. Pictured back row: Annette Wilson Culmore PS Teacher, Oonagh McNelis WELB CASS Asst Advisory Officer and Jim Murray Christian Brothers GS, Technology & Design Teacher.

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A Derry primary school has bagged top prize in a competition aimed at testing their STEM subject skills while also helping out boy wizard Harry Potter.

Culmore Primary School took first prize in the WELB/Sentinus STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Challenge Final.

As part of the decider, pupils had to design and construct a tower with a revolving turret that would allow Harry to look out for his nemesis Lord Voldemort as he approaches Hogwarts.

Culmore PS now go on to compete in the Seagate Young Innovators final in the Odyssey Arena, Belfast, on June 14. Local Harry Potter fans will wish them good luck!