I am putting together a new C2 scheme of work and would like to demonstrate halogen reactivity to my students. We don't have a VI form and so don't have access to lots of special chemicals. We also don't have any fume cupboards. However I know that I could produce small amounts of Chlorine water quite easily by generating chlorine using hypochlorite and bubbling it through water before the lesson starts. I could then use that to generate bromine from a bromide solution and iodine from an iodide. We don't have any hexane or carbon tetrachloride to show the solubility. Would I be able to do this by using small quantities of lighter fluid (petrol)? Afterwards any solvents and dissolved halogens could be disposed of after school by taking them outside and burning them off.