Children from Shoreham Primary School attend a Harry Potter-themed science day at Goring High School.

During their tour to St Oscar Romero Catholic School, students from St Peter’s Catholic Primary School in Sullington Way utilized a Bunsen burner for the first time.

One of the experiments the youngsters observed was a methane bubble solution that, when exposed to a flame, produced a tremendous volume of fire, which required one of the students to ‘cast a spell’ to do work.

According to a St Peter’s spokeswoman, the goal of the lesson was for the kids to witness the different colors that different metal solutions burn to figure out a mystery word as part of the day’s challenge.

“It was the children’s first time using a Bunsen burner, and they were quite delighted to watch Oscar Romero’s teacher lead the lesson,” they continued.

“The year five students at St Peter’s had a fantastic day and won the Quidditch Cup.”

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