On Thursday 23rd November, the Year 6’s visited Headlands for a Super Science day. We first found out about how materials burnt (using the Bunsen burners – very exciting!) over time, using measuring and timing skills. Next we experimented with different materials to find out how acid or alkali were on the ph scale. We also experimented with lights and mirrors to complete given challenges – this fitted in really well with our current science topic on light. Finally we found out how much power we could get from lemons, oranges and potatoes. It is surprising how powerful they are. It was a very enjoyable morning and it was great to get an experience of science in a secondary school.