In the science lesson this week, we stood a mirror up on a piece of white paper and we made a narrow slit in a piece of card. We dimmed the lights and shone a torch through the slit towards the mirror. We then drew both the rays of incidence and reflection. After that, we drew a dashed line where the incident and reflected rays met, known as the 'normal line'. We then used a protractor to measure the angle formed between both rays and the normal line. Both angles should have been the same and everyone tried really hard in this lesson!