Last week, Year 2 went on a thrilling trip to SeaCity in Southampton to explore the fascinating world of the Titanic. When we entered the museum, we were immediately captivated by the impressive exhibits.
The first thing that grabbed our attention was a huge model of the remarkable ship, intricately crafted with amazing detail. It felt like we had been transported back in time, standing there as the Titanic began its doomed journey.
As we moved through the exhibition, we were surrounded by informative displays and artefacts that brought the story of the Titanic to life. The descriptive captions next to each item gave us a glimpse into the past, allowing us to let our imaginations run wild and envision what life on board must have been like.
One of the most exciting moments of the day was when we took on the role of Captain Smith, steering the ship towards New York City. We also got to experience being a trimmer, responsible for keeping the ship powered.
In the end, our trip to SeaCity was not only enjoyable but also a fantastic learning opportunity. We delved deep into the history of the Titanic, understanding the impact of its tragic sinking and the stories of the people who were on board.